|Sri Lankan Railway Station|
|Owned by||Sri Lanka Railways|
Vavuniya railway station (Tamil: வவுனியா தொடருந்து நிலையம் Vavuṉiyā toṭaruntu nilaiyam) is a railway station in the city of Vavuniya in northern Sri Lanka. Owned by Sri Lanka Railways, the state-owned railway operator, the station is part of the Northern Line which links the north with the capital Colombo. The popular Yarl Devi service calls at the station and the also popular service Rajarata Rejini terminates at the station, which starts at Matara in down south. No services operated north of Vavuniya after 1990 due to the civil war. Reconstruction of this section of the line commenced following the end of the civil war in 2009. Currently services operate up to Pallai.
- Edirisinghe, Dasun (10 March 2009). "Rebuilding of KKS – Vavuniya rail track: JVP unions offer free labour with demands; We can do it without them – Dallas". The Island (Sri Lanka).
- "Yal Devi off to Palai". The Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka). 4 March 2014.
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