Indore–Bandra Express

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The Indore–Bandra Express (pronc.:ind ore – bæñdrä express, Marathi: इंदूर – वांद्रे एक्सप्रेस, Hindi:इन्दौर – बांद्रा एक्सप्रेस), commonly Indur–Vandre Express, is a weekly express service offered by Western Railway. It runs between Indore Junction railway station of Indore, the largest city and commercial hub of Central Indian state, Madhya Pradesh and Bandra Terminus railway station in Mumbai, the commercial hub and capital of Maharashtra.

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The service is twice weekly and half-yearly. Mainly from March to August.

Indore Bandra Express coach A1

Coach composite[edit]

1 AC II TIER, 3 AC III TIER, 12 SLEEPER, 4 GENERAL are available along with 1 Luggage cum break van.

Route[edit]

Train goes via Ratlam and Surat

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