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New train Nizamabad - Mumbai LTT Weekly Express from 3rd Nov 2013



Hyderabad, Oct 28/2013 : (INN): As announced in Railway Budget 2013-14 a new weekly express train has been introduced between Nizamabad and Mumbai Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT).

As per the schedule, the new Train No. 11206 Nizamabad - Mumbai LTT Weekly Express will depart Nizamabad at 23 15 hrs every Sunday and arrive Mumbai LTT at 13 55 hrs on the next day from November 3 onwards. In the opposite direction, with effect from 2nd November, the Train No. 11205 Mumbai LTT - Nizamabad Weekly Express will depart Mumbai LTT at 16 15 hrs every Saturday and arrive Nizamabad at 09 15 hrs on the next day.

Enroute, this train will stop at Basar, Dharmabad, Umri, Mudkhed, Huzur Saheb Nanded, Purna, Parbhani, Selu, Partur, Jalna, Aurangabad, Lasur, Rotegaon and Manmad stations in both the directions. This train will consist of 18 Coaches viz., one AC II tier, three AC III tier, six Sleeper Class, six General Second Class and two Second Class Luggage cum Brake Van coaches with accommodation for disabled persons.


2013-10-28




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