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Timetable of the Indian railways, timetable and timetable of the Indian railways
The " Rail Timetable " provides information on timetables, routes and inter-station services. This is how to find the timetable of the train: In order to find the timetable of the railway, click on the Date box to open the timetable and choose the date on which you wish to go. Specify the name of the trip origin.
If you are traveling from Delhi, for example, type Delhi. There you can see the train stops in this town and choose the one from which you want to start your trip. Specify the name of the trip to which you are going. When you finish your trip in Mumbai, for example, type Mumbai.
There you can see the lists of stops in this town and can choose the desired stop-off point where you want to end your trip. You' ll see a complete listing of all moves between the original railway and the final railway point for that particular date. It contains information about the number of the move, the name of the move, the timetable, the arrivals and the weekdays on which the move is made.
This is how you find the railway route: Either type the move number or the name in the box. The system displays a worklist of available items that correspond to your item. Choose your move name or move number and press'Go'. The system displays a checklist with information on the stop number, name, number, estimated times of arrivals, times of departures, stop times, distances and how many nights the trains run.
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Andheri Bridge Collapse, Indian Railways Train, canceled in heavy rain. You can find out more here
The West Gate of the Indian Railway (Western Railway) on Tuesday canceled or moved several Mumbai railcars following the crash of the Andheri River bridges that affected rail traffic in the state city. The following morning, when all routes between Andheri and Vile Parle were back to normal, the West Railway today announces in a short acknowledge.
Cancellations on Tuesday due to the ROB (Road Overbridge) crash at Andheri train terminal were made by Mumbai Central -Firozpur Janta Express, Mumbai Central-H. The Nizamuddin Kranti Express, Mumbai Central -Podbandar Suarastra Express, Bandra Terminus-Vapi Passenger and Vapi-Virar Passenger and Virar-Vaisad Memu between Mumbau Central and Palghar. After-effects are still evident today when the Western Railway on Wednesday reported that all commuter services between Churchgate and Virar were 10 to 15 minutes late.
The first AC locale drive from Mahalaxmi to Borivali at 6.58 a.m. remains canceled. Though, the train will run at 20 km/h near Andheri, the Western Railway said on Wednesday. Western Railways also made sure that the low-speed UP connections of Andheri (PF 4) are affected during the course of the working hours, as some of the various tracks are being worked today during the overnight work.
Rampurhat will cancel the 53034 from Wednesday in conjunction with the start of the court renovation and the duplication of the Azimgang cab of the Eastern Railway Azimgang Division, Eastern Railway heralded. In addition, the 53007, 73151 and 13017 will end in Azimganj, Lalbag Court Road and Gosaingram.
The 73035, 73038 and 53030 hoists will also be moved. The Central Railway called off several inter-city services on July 4 after severe rain and flooding were expected in Mumbai. Concerned Central Railway services are Rajya Rani Express, Manmad Godavari Expresss, Pune Sinhagad Express and Pune Pragati Express.
On Wednesday, one of the cancellations was the 22.101/22.101 Manmad-Mumbai-Mumbai-Rajya Rani Express number. The 12,126/12,115 Pune-Mumbai-Pune Pragati Express will not be in service today due to unfavourable meteorological events.