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Farakka Express

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Farakka Express

Farakka Express
Service type Mail/Express
Status Operating
Current operator(s) Eastern Railways
Start Malda Town (MLDT)
End Delhi Junction (DLI)
Service frequency Tri-weekly
Train number(s) 13413 / 13414
On-board services
Class(es) AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper Class, Unreserved
Seating arrangements Available
Sleeping arrangements Available
Catering facilities Available (Paid)
Baggage facilities Available
Track gauge Broad Gauge
Operating speed Average - 42 km/hr
Route map

Farakka Express is a normal mail/express type train of Indian Railways connecting Murshidabad and Malda districts of West Bengal with the national capital Delhi. This train is in much demand from the peoples of the district of Malda and Murshidabad. It covers a distance of 1422 km at an average speed of 42kmph. This train halts at:-

Coach Composition of this train is as follows: HCPV-1, SLR-2, SL-9, GEN-6, 3AC-1, 2AC-1, PC-1; Total 21 coaches.

  • 13413 Farakka express leaves Malda Town station at 19:10 on Monday, Thursday, Saturday and reaches Delhi Junction at 4:30 on second day.
  • 13414 Farakka express departs Delhi Junction at 21:50 on Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and reaches [[
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