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Patna – Kota Express

Patna - Kota Express
पटना - कोटा एक्सप्रेस
Patna - Mathura Express
Overview
Service type Mail/Express
Locale Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan
First service Patna - Mathura Express
Current operator(s) East Central Railway
Route
Start Patna Junction
Stops 24 (Via Faizabad, 13237)
19 (Via Sultanpur, 13239)
End Kota Junction
Distance travelled 1,221 km (759 mi)
Average journey time 25.5 hours
Service frequency Daily
On-board services
Class(es) AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper 3 Tier, Unreserved
Seating arrangements Yes
Sleeping arrangements Yes
Catering facilities Yes
Technical
Operating speed 50 km/h (31 mph) average with halts

The Patna – Kota Express or PNBE - Kota Express (Hindi: पटना - कोटा एक्सप्रेस) is a Mail/Express Train of the Indian Railways, which runs between Patna Junction of Patna, the Second largest city of Eastern India & the capital of Bihar and Kota Junction, railway station of Kota, the coaching city of Rajasthan.[1]

Contents

  • History 1
  • Arrival and departure 2
  • Train Detail 3
    • Rake/Coach Composition 3.1
    • RSA 3.2
    • Loco 3.3
    • Loco/Rake Reversals 3.4
    • Schedule 3.5
  • References 4
  • External links 5

History

Previously, the train ran between Lucknow and Mathura, later extended up to Patna and Kota, Rajasthan.[2]

Arrival and departure

Train number 13237,13239 depart from Patna Junction at 11:50, reaching Kota Junction the next day at 12:55. Train number 13238,13240 departs from Kota at 15:25 and reach Patna the next day at 17:30.

Train Detail

Rake/Coach Composition

L

RSA

Rake Sharing:13239/13240

Loco

CNB WAP4 (LKO-MTJ) and WDM#3A PRABAL LKO (PNBE-LKO) gf

Loco/Rake Reversals

AGC/Agra Cantt. (6); MTJ/(Mathura Junction (10);

Schedule

Detail of PNBE- KOTA Express
Train No. Sector Departure Arrival Frequency Average Speed Stops Distance
13237 Patna – Kota (Via Faizabad) 11:50 12:55 Tue, Sat, Sun 50 km Patna Junction, Danapur Junction, Ara, Buxar, Zamania, Mughal Sarai Junction, Varanasi Junction, Jaunpur Junction, Shahganj Junction, Akbarpur Junction, Ayodhya Junction, Faizabad Junction, Lucknow NR, Kanpur Central, Tundla Junction, Raja Ki Mandi, Agra Cantonment, Mathura Junction, Bharatpur Junction, Bayana Junction, Hindaun City, Gangapur City, Narayanpur Tatwar, Sawai Madhopur, Indargarh, Kota Junction 1262 km
13238 Kota – Patna (Via Faizabad) 15:25 17:20 Thur, Fri, Sun 48 km Kota Junction, Indargarh, Sawai Madhopur, Narayanpur Tatwar, Gangapur City, Hindaun City, Bayana Junction, Bharatpur Junction, Mathura Junction, Agra Cantonment, Raja Ki Mandi, Tundla Junction, Kanpur Central, Unnao, Lucknow NR, Faizabad Junction, Ayodhya Junction, Akbarpur Junction, Shahganj Junction, Jaunpur Junction, Varanasi Junction, Mughal Sarai Junction, Zamania, Buxar, Ara, Danapur Junction, Patna Junction 1262 km
13239 Patna – Kota (Via Sultanpur) 11:50 12:55 Mon, Wed, Thur, Fri 48 km Patna Junction, Ara, Buxar, Zamania, Mughal Sarai Junction, Varanasi Junction, Sultanpur, Lucknow NR, Kanpur Central, Tundla Junction, Raja Ki Mandi, Agra Cantonment, Mathura Junction, Bharatpur Junction, Bayana Junction, Hindaun City, Gangapur City, Narayanpur Tatwar, Sawai Madhopur, Indargarh, Kota Junction 1064 km
13240 Kota – Patna (Via Sultanpur) 15:25 17:20 Mon, Tue, Wed, Sat 47 km Kota Junction, Indargarh, Sawai Madhopur, Narayanpur Tatwar, Gangapur City, Hindaun City, Bayana Junction, Bharatpur Junction, Mathura Junction, Agra Cantonment, Raja Ki Mandi, Tundla Junction, Kanpur Central, Lucknow NR, Sultanpur, Varanasi Junction, Mughal Sarai Junction, Zamania, Buxar, Ara, Patna Junction 1222 km

References

  1. ^ Just one train for Sangam city in Rail Budget The Times of India. Retrieved 15 March 2012
  2. ^ Extension of Patna-Mathura Express Trains upto Kota Northern Railways Press Release. Retrieved 6 July 2012

External links

  • Indian Railway Passenger reservation Enquiry
  • IRCTC Online Passenger Reservation System
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