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Kalinga Utkal Express


Kalinga Utkal Express

Kalinga Utkal Express train board
Kalinga Utkal Express (Puri-Haridwar) Route map

Kalinga Utkal express is an important mail/express class train of Indian Railways connecting two pilgrimage centers of India, Haridwar and Puri. It covers a distance of 2378 Kilometers at an average speed of 53 Kmph.It has General,AC three tier,AC two tier,Sleeper class of coaches,all this coaches except General requires reservation. Pantry car and Tatkal scheme is available in it. Throughout its journey it is hauled alternatively by WDM3A LDH Between HW-NZM & WAP7 TKD Between NZM-PURI.

Important stoppages

  1. Haridwar Jn.
  2. Roorkee
  3. Tapri Jn.
  4. Deoband
  5. Muzaffarnagar
  6. Meerut Cantt. Jn.
  7. Meerut City Jn.
  8. Ghaziabad Jn.
  9. Delhi Hazrat Nizamuddin
  10. Faridabad
  11. Mathura Jn.
  12. Raja Ki Mandi
  13. Agra Canttonment
  14. Gwalior Jn.
  15. Jhansi Jn.
  16. Bina Malkhedi jn.
  17. Katni Murwara
  18. Shahdol
  19. Anuppur Jn.
  20. Bilaspur Jn.
  21. Raigarh
  22. Jharsuguda Jn.
  23. rourkela Jn.
  24. bisra
  25. Chakradharpur
  26. Tatanagar
  27. Kharagpur Jn.
  28. Balasore
  29. Cuttack
  30. Bhubaneswar
  31. Khurda Road Jn.
  32. Puri


  1. 18478 Utkal express leaves Haridwar at 7:00 daily and reaches Puri at 7:35 third day
  2. 18477 Utkal express leaves Puri at 20:55 and reaches Haridwar third day at 17:30


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