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Ottappalam Station
India

Ottapalam railway station is located on the Palakkad -Shornur Railway line and is a halt for many express and passenger trains plying between Chennai and the west coast of India. The station serves Ottapalam - a small town witha population of about 50,000, situated on the banks of the Bharatappuzha river in Palaghat district.

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