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|Indian Railway Station|
Second platform of Mulangunnathukavu Railway Station
|Location||Mulangunnathukavu, Kerala, India|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Line(s)||Shoranur-Cochin Harbour section|
|Structure type||Standard on-ground station|
|Fare zone||Southern Railway|
|Opened||2 June 1902|
Mulangunnathukavu Railway Station (Station Code: MGK) is in Mulankunnathukavu (മുളങ്ങുന്നതുകാവ്), a panchayat in Puzhakkal block of Thrissur, which is situated between Wadakkanchery Railway Station and Poonkunnam Railway Station in the busy Shoranur-Cochin Harbour section. Mulangunnathukavu Railway Station is operated by the Chennai-headquartered Southern Railways of the Indian Railways. The station is used as shuttle station for Thrissur Railway Station that is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south. It is just 250 metres (820 ft) away from State Highway 22 (Kerala). Ticketing is computerized and there are also basic parking facilities on site. A Food Corporation of India storage facility is located close nearby.
Only passenger trains and MEMU trains stop here. The line presently connects only trains through the cities of Ernakulam, Kozhikode, Palakkad, Shornur, Tirur (Malappuram), Thalassery, Kannur and Coimbatore. Two Shornur-Ernakulam passenger services (Trains no 55607, 55609 arrive at 5:20 am, 5;30 pm and reach Ernakulam Junction at 7:50 am and 7:50 pm respectively. The Thrissur-Kannur passenger service (Train no 55603) arrives at approximately 6:00 am and reaches Kannur by 12:20 pm. The Palakkad-Ernakulam memu train (Train no 66611) arrives around 10:20 am and reaches by 12:50 pm to Ernakulam Junction. The Ernakulam-Palakkad MEMU train (Train no 66612) starts at 3.05 pm, reaching the station around 5:15 pm (railway time) and finally stops in Palakkad by 7:20 pm.The Coimbatore Thrissur passenger reaches the station at around 8:07 pm. 
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