|Service type||Inter-city rail|
|Current operator(s)||South Central Railway, Indian Railways|
|Distance travelled||790 km (490 mi)|
|Average journey time||13 hours 45 minutes|
|Class(es)||Sleeper, Air-conditioned and Unreserved|
|Seating arrangements||Indian Rail standard|
|Catering facilities||Pantry Car|
|Observation facilities||Large windows in all carriages|
|Baggage facilities||Below the seats|
|Operating speed||58.7 km/h|
Hussainsagar Express (also spelled as Hussain Sagar Express) is a very popular train operated by South Central Railway between Hyderabad and Mumbai. This Train then (7001/7002) was started around mid 1993 as a bi weekly train between Dadar and Hyderabad and was soon made a daily train in 1994 by shifting it to the time and slot of the 2101/2102 Minar Express which used to run between Bombay VT and Secunderabad. Currently, it operates as a daily superfast train with train No 12701/12702.
The train was introduced as a replacement to the former Minar Express which operated between Secunderabad and Mumbai.
The train travels a distance of 429 miles ( 790 km) in 13 hours 45 minutes at an average speed of 58.7 km/h.
12701 Hussainsagar Express ENG-SLR-GEN-S10-S9-S8-S7-S6-S5-S4-S3-S2-S1-B2-B1-A1-HA1-GEN-SLR
12702 Hussainsagar Express ENG-SLR-GEN-A1-B1-B2-B3-S1-S2-S3-S4-S5-S6-S7-S8-S9-S10-GEN-SLR
The train has a rake sharing arrangement (RSA) with the Hyderabad Mumbai Express.
The Hussainsagar Express used to be hauled by WCM locomotive and later by WCAM3/WCG2 locomotive between CSTM and Pune. After the start of DC to AC conversion of Pune to Kalyan Stretch it was hauled by a single WDM3A diesel locomotive from SCR's Kazipet(KZJ)Diesel loco shed. From mid 2013 onwards the loco links have been changed and it is now being hauled by Central Railway's Kalyan Shed WDM3A/D or WDG 3 Locomotive for its entire journey between Hyderabad and Mumbai CST.
|S.No||Station Name||Station Code|
|17||Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus||CSTM|