- 1 August 1900 -
Opening section Kuala Kubu - Kalumpang
- 1 September 1900 -
Opening section Bukit Mertajam - Nibong Tebal
- 15 September 1900
- Opening section Enggor - Kuala Kangsar
- 1 November 1900 -
Opening section Perak boundary - Tanjong Malim
- 1 November 1900 -
Opening section Kalumpang - Tanjong Malik
- The main backbone of
railway tracks linked Penang (Prai) to Seremban.
of the Victoria Railway Bridge across Perak River in Perak.
February 1902 - Opening section Alor Pongsu - Pondok Tanjong
May 1902 - Opening section Taiping Bukit - Gantang
- 1 May 1902 -
Opening section Tapah Road - Bidor
- 1 May 1902 - Opening
section Nibong Tebal - Krian River
- 14 June 1902 - Opening
section Kajang - Bangi
Bukit Timah Station opened in 1903 by Pei Wah avenue and lasted until
1932 when the second station was opened on the new deviation line to
- 1 Jan 1903 - The Singapore-Kranji Railway line
was announced completed. The section from Tank Road to Bukit Timah was
- 1 February 1903 - Opening section Bangi - Batang Benar.
- 2 April 1903 - Opening section Batang Benar - Seremban.
Apr 1903 - The Woodlands extension was completed. The first passenger
trains began transporting travelers to Bukit Timah Station.
- The railway builders began in July, 1903, and took the rails from
Seremban Station towards the Malacca State boundary at Tampin, where a
junction was effected with the branch to the port of Malacca.
July 1903 - Opening section Bukit Bantang - Padang Rengas.
July 1903 - Opening section Bidor - Sungkai.
- 15 July 1903 -
Opening section Slim River - Tanjong Malim.
- 17 July 1903 - The first train on the line ran with Sultan of Perak and his entourage on board.
- 15 August 1903
- Opening section Sungkai Slim - River.
- Railway line between
Perai - Seremban complete.
- Line between Tank Road and Woodlands
in Singapore opened for service.
- Amalgamation of Perak and Selangor State Railways to form FMSR, owner-manager of Port Swettenham
- Edwin Spooner are the first FMSR General Manager.
- The 15 miles branch from Ipoh, in Perak, to Tronoh, which serves the Kinta Valley tin-mines, was built.
- 15 July 1905 - Opening
section Seremban - Tampin
- 1 December 1905 - Opening section
Tampin - Malacca Town
- 1 December 1905 - Opening section Batu
Road - Batu Caves
- 7 November 1905 - Station Kuang was remodeled at a cost $ 1707.40
October 1906 - Opening section Tampin - Gemas.
March 1909 - Opening section (junction) Teluk Anson - New Wharves.
July 1909 - Opening section Segamat - Johore Bahru.The whole of the railway through Johore was brought
into service, and through communication was thus established with
September 1909 - Opening section Tronoh - Tronoh mines.
West Coast Line between Prai in Penang state and Johor Bahru completed
- The Johore Railway was completed delivering most of
the surface mail from central and western Peninsular Malaya due for
April 1910 - Opening section Gemas - Bahau.
4 April 1910 - Opening section Bahau - Kuala Pilah.
October 1910 - Opening section Bahau - Triang.
- Construction of
Kuala Lumpur Railway Station begin.
- 1 October 1910 - A goods wagon ferry service commenced and operated until the construction of the Johor causeway in 1923.
August 1911 - Opening section Triang - Semantan
- 1 March 1912 - Opening section
Semantan - Kuala Krau
- 16 November 1912 - Opening section Kuala
Krau - Kuala Teh
line construction in Kedah between Bukit Mertajam and Alor Setar begin.
Johore locomotives were taken over by the FMSR in 1912 1913
February 1913 - Opening section Connaught Bridge - Junction Kapar.
May 1913 - Opening section Kuala Teh - Tembeling.
- 1 June 1913 -
Opening section Kapar - Jeram.
- 1 September 1913 - Opening
section Jeram - Assam Jawa.
- 1 September 1913 - Opening section
Port Swettenham Junction - Salak South Junction.
study in Perlis for railway construction to connect Perlis and Kedah
with other Malay State.
- The first 32 miles of the northern division out of Tumpat were
opened for traffic in 1914, while the southern section had been advanced
146 miles from Gemas well up into the State of Pahang.
- 15 February 1914 - Opening
section Assam Jawa - Kuala Selangor
- 1 May 1914 - Opening
section Ampang Junction - Ampang
- 4 May 1914 - Opening section
Tumpat - Tanah Merah
- 19 October 1914 - Opening section Bukit
Mertajam Pinang Tunggal
line construction from Alor Setar to Padang Besar begin.
- 1 March 1915 - Opening section
Pinang Tunggal - Gurun.
- 1 July 1915 - Opening section Tanah
- 1 September 1915 - Opening section Kuang
Junction - Batu Arang.
- 4 October 1915 - Opening section Gurun -
- FMSR no. 1 ended its day as shunting locomotive at the Sentul workshop.
- First International
Express from Thonburi to Malaya
- Building of the Guillemard Bridge was begun in 1920
September 1920 - Opening section Pasir Mas - Rantau Panjang
- 17 September 1923 - Opening section Johore
Bahru - Woodlands
- 15 November 1923 - Opening section Padang
Tungku - Chigar Perah
- First train carrying goods travels across
the Malaysia-Singapore Causeway on 17 September ; followed by the first
passenger train on 1 October the same year.
- Guillemard Bridge was opened in July.
- 21 July 1924 - Opening section Tanah Merah -
- 1 August 1924 - Opening section Kuala Kubu Road - Rasa
September 1925 - Opening section Salak South Junction - Sungei Besi (2nd
- Enggor railway bridge suffered damage by flooding and decided the train from the north to Kuala Kangsar
October 1927 - Opening section Krai - Manek Urai
- 5 December
1927 - Opening section Chigar Perah - Merapoh
- 14 July 1930 - Opening section
Merapoh - Gua Musang
- 14 July 1930 - Opening section Manek Urai -
September 1931 - Opening section Gua Musang - Kuala Gris
Coast Line between Gemas and Bahau, Mentakap, Kuala Lipis, Gua Musang,
Tumpat and Sungai Golok completed with the opening of the last stretch
between Gua Musang and Kuala Gris in Kelantan.
- Peel Bridge at Kemubu, 235-1/2 miles from Gemas, collapsed because of the abnormal rise of the river.
1936 - 1937
- The Tank Road to
Bukit Timah line is dismantled.
- Malayan Railway Administration were created under The Malayan
Railway Ordinance 1948 to manage railways previously managed by the
states under FMS Railway. Malayan Railway Administration was later
renamed as Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM).
- 1 February 1949 - Night mail train from Kuala Lumpur to Penang was derailed between Banir and Temoh soon after emergency was declare.