|Current operator(s)||Indian Railways|
|Stops||25 (including Indore and Amritsar)|
|Average journey time||30 hrs(19325) and 27 hrs 45 mins(19326)|
|Service frequency||Depart Tuesday From Indore and Depart Wednesday From Amritsar|
|Train number(s)||19325 / 19326|
|Class(es)||AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper Class, Unreserved|
|Catering facilities||No Pantry Car|
|Track gauge||Broad Gauge|
The Indore–Amritsar Express or Amritsar–Indore Express is a bi-weekly (2 days in a week) mail express train which runs between Indore railway station of Indore, the largest city and commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh and Amritsar, a city in Punjab, India. This train was vanished by the famous magician P. C. Sorcar, Jr. (a magical feat).
Arrival and departure
- Train number 19325, departs from Indore every Tuesdays at 15:00 hrs and reaches Amritsar, the next day(Wednesday) at 21:00 hrs.
- Train number 19326, departs from Amritsar every Wednesday at 23:15 hrs and reaches Indore, the next day(Thursday) at 03:00 hrs.
Routes and halts
The important stations on the way of the train are :
- INDORE JUNCTION
- Dewas Junction
- Maksi Junction
- Gwalior Junction
- Gwalior Birlanagar
- Agra Cantt.
- Mathura Junction
- Hazrat Nizamuddin
- Meerut City Jn
- Jallandhar City
- AMRITSAR JUNCTION
Average speed and frequency
The train runs only once per week from both the cites. It runs with an average speed of 64 km/h.
The train generally consist of 20 coaches including: 1 AC II TIER 3 AC III TIER 10 sleeper coaches 5 general coaches
- Indore–Amritsar Express is the only express train connection of Indore to Punjab as weekly basis
- The train uses RATLAM WDM3A LOCO
- This train is generally late on Gwalior–Nagda section, especially between Guna and Gwalior due to heavy flow of trains from Kota, Bina and Nagda lines
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- Indore-Dehradun Express
- Indore - Jammu Tawi Weekly Superfast Express
- Indore - Delhi Sarai Rohilla Intercity Express
- Malwa Express