The Billimora Waghai Line is a 107 year old narrow gauge railway line in Gujarat. It is one of the 11 such lines to be scraped by the Western Railways due to viability issues. The line was started by the Gaekwad Dynasty which ruled the Princely State of Baroda in 1913. It was laid by the British and operated by Gaekwad Baroda State Railway owned by Sayajirao Gaekwad III. In 2018, it was among the 5 routes put forth by the Indian Railways for preservation as ‘industrial heritage’.