A slew of trains cancelled over SR and SWR

A slew of trains originationg from Southern Railway (SR) and South Western railway have been cancelled due to unrest in West Bengal and North Eastern States. The following are the changes in the pattern of train services:

Cancellation of trains

1.Train No. 12510 Guwahati – Bengaluru Cantt Express of 16.12.2019 is cancelled.

2.Partial cancellation of train service-   Train No. 12510 Guwahati – Bangalore Cantonment Tri-Weekly Express which left Guwahati on 15.12.2019 is partially cancelled between New Jalpaiguri and Bangalore Cantonment.

3. Train No.15629 Tambaram – Silghat Town Express of 16.12.2019 is cancelled for want of rake.

4. Train No. 22501 KSR Bengaluru – New Tinsukia Superfast Express of 17.12.19 is cancelled for want of rake.


Trains as detailed below are cancelled due to indefinite “ Rail Roko” by various organization in Tinsukia – Lumding divisions in North East Frontier Railway.

1. Train No. 22501 KSR Bengaluru – Tinsukia  Express commencing journey from KSR Bengaluru on 17.12.2019.

2. Train No. 12503 Bengaluru Cantonment  – Agartala Express commencing journey from Bengaluru Cantonment  on 17.12.2019.

3. Train No. 12504 Agartala – Bengaluru Cantonment Express commencing journey from Agartala on 21.12.2019.

4. Train No. 12863 Howrah – Yesvantpur Express of 16.12.2019.

5. Train No. 12254 Bhagalpur – Yesvantpur Express of 18.12.2019.                      

6.    Train No. 22818 Mysuru – Howrah Weekly Express journey commencing on 16.12.2019 is cancelled.

DIVERSION:

1. Train No. 15228 Muzaffarpur – Yesvantpur Express of 16.12.2019 is running with diverted route i.e. via Monghyr, Gumani and normal route. 

SHORT TERMINATION OF TRAIN

1. Train No. 16575 Yesvantpur – Mangaluru Junction Express commencing journey from Yesvantpur on 17.12.2019, 22.12.2019 & 24.12.2019 will be short terminated at Bantawala due to railway related works at Mangaluru Junction yard.

CHANGES IN PATTERN OF EXPRESS TRAIN SERVICES

In connection of earlier Bulletin issued, the following are the changes in the pattern of train services.  

EXPRESS TRAIN FULLY CANCELLED

1.    Train No. 12665 Howrah – Kanniyakumari  Weekly Express journey commencing on 16.12.2019 is cancelled.

2.    Train No. 06009 Santragachi – Pondicherry Special fare special train journey commencing on 16.12.2019 is cancelled.

3.    Train No. 12504 Agartala – Bangalore Cantonment Humsafar Bi-Weekly Express journey commencing on 17.12.2019 is cancelled.

4.    Train No. 12510  Guwahati – Bangalore Cantonment Tri-Weekly Express journey commencing on 17.12.2019 is cancelled.

5.    Train No. 12841 Howrah – Puratchi Thalaivar Dr. M.G. Ramachandran Central Coromandel Express journey commencing on 16.12.2019 is cancelled.

6.    Train No. 12507 Trivandrum – Silchar Aronai Weekly Express journey commencing on 17.12.2019 is cancelled.

7.    Train No. 12863 Howrah – Yesvantpur Express journey commencing on 16.12.2019 is cancelled.

8.    Train No. 12839 Howrah – Puratchi Thalaivar Dr. M.G. Ramachandran Central Mail journey commencing on 16.12.2019 is cancelled.

9.    Train No. 15930 Dibrugarh – Tambaram Weekly Express was  cancelled on 15.12.2019.

10. Train No. 15929 Tambram – Dibrugarh Weekly Express journey commencing on 19.12.2019 is cancelled.

11. Train No. 12246 Yesvantpur – Howrah Duronto Express journey commencing on 16.12.2019 is cancelled.

12.  Train No. 22501 New Tinsukia – KSR Bangalore Express journey commencing on 17.12.2019 is cancelled.

13.  Train No. 12510  Guwahatui  – KSR Bangalore Express journey commencing on 16.12.2019 is cancelled.

14. Train No. 15629 Tambram – Silghat Town Nagoan Weekly Express journey commencing on 16.12.2019 is cancelled

I RUNNING OF ONE WAY SUPERFAST EXPRESS SPECIAL TRAINS TO HOWRAH

It is decided to run the Train No. 02818 Mysuru – Howrah One Way Superfast Express Special and Train No. 02864 KSR Bengaluru – Howrah One Way Superfast Express Special to clear rush of stranded  passengers  as detailed below: –

1. Train No. 02818  Mysuru – Howrah One Way Superfast Express Special:-

Train No. 02818 Mysuru – Howrah One Way Superfast Express Special will depart from Mysuru on 18.12.2019 (Wednesday) at 00:30 hrs and arrive Howrah at 14:00 hrs on Thursday (One Trip Only).

Enroute the train will arrive / depart KSR Bengaluru – 02:50/03:10 hrs,  Krishnarajapuram–03:33/03:35 hrs, Bangarapet – 04:18/04:20 hrs, Jolarpettai – 05:53/05:55 hrs, Katpadi – 07:05/07:10 hrs, Renigunta – 09:55/10:05 hrs, Vijayawada – 16:30/16:40 hrs, Eluru – 17:24/17:25 hrs, Rajahmundry – 18:40/18:42 hrs, Duvvada – 22:20/22:22 hrs,  Vizianagaram – 00:18/00:20 hrs, Palasa – 02:35/02:37 hrs, Brahmapur – 03:35/03:37 hrs, Khurda Road – 05:35/05:37 hrs, Bhubaneswar – 06:05/06:10 hrs, Cuttack – 06:40/06:42 hrs, Bhadrak – 08:40/08:42 hrs, Balasore – 09:28/09:30 hrs and Kharagpur – 11:05/11:10 hrs.

The Train will have a composition of ONE AC 2-tier Coach, SIX AC 3-tier Coaches, ELEVEN Second Class Sleeper Coaches, THREE Second Class General Coaches and TWO Second Class with Luggage cum Brake-van.

2. Train No. 02864 KSR Bengaluru – Howrah One Way Superfast Express Special:-

Train No. 02864 KSR Bengaluru – Howrah One Way Superfast Express Special will depart from KSR Bengaluru on 17.12.2019 (Tuesday) at 10:00 hrs and arrive Howrah at 18:45 hrs on Wednesday (One Trip Only).

Enroute the train will arrive / depart Bengaluru Cantonment – 10:10/10:12 hrs,  Whitefield –10:43/10:44 hrs, Katpadi – 13:35/13:40 hrs, Perambur – 15:40/15:45 hrs, Vijayawada – 22:45/22:55 hrs, Duvvada – 04:30/04:32 hrs,  Visakhapatnam – 05:15/05:35, Vizianagaram – 06:32/06:34 hrs, SriKakulam Road – 07:28/07:30 hrs, Palasa – 08:23/08:25 hrs, Brahmapur – 09:21/09:23 hrs, Khurda Road – 11:20/11:35 hrs, Bhubaneswar – 12:00/12:05 hrs, Cuttack – 12:35/12:37 hrs, Bhadrak – 14:17/14:19 hrs, and Kharagpur – 16:33/16:38 hrs.

The Train will have a composition of ONE AC 2-tier Coach, FOUR AC 3-tier Coaches, TWELVE Second Class Sleeper Coaches, TWO Second Class General Coaches and TWO Luggage cum Brake-van with Generator, ONE Pantry Car.

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