North India Train routes Coming to Kerala Changed

Published on: 23 Jul, 2013
Published under: Kerala Travel News

23 July 2013

Several trains to Kerala from north India have been diverted due to incessant rain and track washout between Sindi and Tuljapur railway stations under the Nagpur railway division. Due to the diversions, trains passing through the western section have been running late.

Authorities said the New Delhi-Thiruvananthapuram Central Kerala Express (Train No. 12626) which left New Delhi on Sunday has been diverted via Itarsi Junction, Khandwa, Bhuasaval Junction, Badnera Junction and Balharshah stations of Western Railway. Due to diversion, train will arrive late at Thiruvananthapuram Central Station by a few hours.

At the same time, Thiruvananthapuram Railway Division authorities have informed that the Thiruvananthapuram – Korba Express (Train No. 16328) scheduled to leave Thiruvananthapurma Central at 5.45am on Monday has been rescheduled to leave Thiruvananthapuram Central at 11.30 am on the same day due to late running of the pairing train.


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