Below is the thane station qr code image that you can scan it using the UTS app to conveniently book your ticket.
About Thane Railway Station
In Maharashtra, India, there is a significant A1 category railway station called Thane, originally known as Thana.
As of 2013, it handled about 260,000 people each day, making it one of India’s busiest railway stations. Over 330 long-distance trains are among the more than 1,000 trains that pass by the station each day.
The ten-platform Thane railway station serves as both the starting and finishing point for all trans-harbour suburban trains. Along with Boribunder Railway Station, it also has the distinction of being India’s first passenger railway station.
The first passenger train in Indian history arrived at Thane Railway Station on April 16, 1853, after departing from Mumbai’s Bori Bunder (now known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus).
Three locomotives with the names Sahib, Sindh, and Sultan pulled the 34 km-long train that carried about 400 people. Ten platforms are currently present at the station to allow for easy passenger flow.
Thane Railway Station Code
The station code for Thane Railway Station is “TNA”