Hazrat Nizamuddin–Gwalior Express
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|Locale||Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh|
|First service||Hazrat Nizamuddin to Gwalior via. Agra|
|Last service||Hazrat Nizamuddin to Jhansi|
|Current operator(s)||North Central Railway|
|Distance travelled||400 km (250 mi)|
|Average journey time||4.5 hours|
|Class(es)||AC 1 Tier, AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Chair Car 3 Tier, Unreserved|
|Catering facilities||available in all the coaches|
|Entertainment facilities||yes, lcd video windows in AC 1 and AC 2 Tier coaches.|
|Other facilities||mineral water supply, coffee vending machines|
|Operating speed||80 km/h (50 mph) average with halts|
The Hazrat Nizamuddin - Gwalior Express (Hindi: एक्सप्रेस, Urdu : ایکسپریس ) was a mail/express train of Indian Railways, which used to run between Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station of Delhi, the capital city of India and Gwalior Junction railway station of Gwalior, the princely city and educational hub of Central Indian state, Madhya Pradesh. The train was India's fifth ISO Certified train.
Arrival and departure
- Train no.12180 departed from Hazrat Nizamuddin, daily at 06:30 from platform no.5 reaching Gwalior the same day at 10:40.
Route and halts
The train consisted of 20 coaches:
- 1 AC I Tier
- 2 AC II Tier
- 3 AC III Tier
- 6 Sleeper cum chair car Coaches
- 4 Un Reserved chair car
- 2 Ladies/Handy Capped
- 2 Luggage/Brake Van
Average speed and frequency
The train was used to run with an average speed of 63 km/h. The train was used to run on daily basis from both the sites.
The train was hauled by Ghaziabad WAP 5 Electric engine.
The train is now extended to Jhansi as Taj Express with change in numbering too.