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Chambal Express

 

Chambal Express

Chambal Express is a superfast class express train of Indian railways connecting Kolkata with Gwalior city of Madhya Pradesh.It covers a distance of 1303 Kilometers at an average speed of 61 km/h. WAP 4 class electric locos are the regular link to this train.General,Sleeper,AC three tier,AC two tier classes are available in it,all of them except general requires prior reservation.Pantry car is not there in this train.Tatkal scheme is available.

Important Stoppages

Chambal Express (Mathura - Howrah) and (Gwalior - Howrah) Route map
  • Mathura jn.- emerging terminal for 12178Dn Chambal Express
  • Agra Cantt.
  • Morena
  • Gwalior Junction - emerging terminal for 12176Dn Chambal Express
  • Dabra
  • Datia
  • Jhansi Junction
  • Niwari
  • Mau Ranipur
  • Harpalpur
  • Kulpahar
  • Mahoba Jn
  • Banda Jn
  • Manikpur Junction
  • Naini junction
  • Allahabad Junction
  • Mirzapur
  • Mughalsarai
  • Gaya Junction
  • Gomoh
  • Dhanbad
  • Asansol
  • Durgapur
  • Bardhamann
  • Howrah Junction - emerging point for 12175Up and 12177Up Chambal Express

Timings

  • 12175/12177 leaves Howrah Jn. at 17:45 on Sunday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Friday and reaches Gwalior at 17:20 next day(on Fridays it goes up to Mathura Jn. and reaches there at 20:30).
  • 12176/12178 leaves Gwalior Jn. at 7:05 on Monday,Tuesday,Thursday,Saturday and reaches Howrah jn. next day at 6:45(On Mondays it leaves Mathura Jn. at 4:20)

References

http://www.indianrail.gov.in/

12177 chambal express it reaches mathura on Saturday.at 20.30pm


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