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Muzaffarpur–Anand Vihar Garib Rath Express

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Anand Vihar Terminal–Muzaffarpur Garib Rath Express
Anand Vihar Terminal–Muzaffarpur Garib Rath Express nameplate
Service typeSuperfast Express, Garib Rath Express
First service06 July 2011 [1]
Current operator(s)Northern Railways
TerminiAnand Vihar Terminal (ANVT)
Muzaffarpur Junction (MFP)
Distance travelled1,060 km (659 mi)
Average journey time21 hours
Service frequencyWeekly
Train number(s)12212 / 12211
On-board services
Class(es)AC 3 tier
Seating arrangementsNo
Sleeping arrangementsYes
Auto-rack arrangementsYes
Catering facilitiesOn-board catering
Baggage facilitiesStorage space under berth
Rolling stockICF Garib Rath coaches
Track gauge1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)
Operating speed49.88 km/h (31 mph)

The 12212 / 12211 Anand Vihar–Muzaffarpur Junction Garib Rath Express is a Superfast Express train of the Garib Rath series belonging to Indian RailwaysNorthern Railway zone that runs between Anand Vihar Terminal and Muzaffarpur Junction in India.

It operates as train number 12212 from Anand Vihar Terminal to Muzaffarpur Junction and as train number 12211 in the reverse direction, serving the states of Delhi, Uttar Pradesh & Bihar.

It is part of the Garib Rath Express series launched by the former railway minister of India, Mr. Laloo Prasad Yadav.[1]


The service runs, from Anand Vihar Terminal via Moradabad, Bareilly, Shahjehanpur, Lucknow NR, Gorakhpur Junction, Narkatiaganj junction, Bapudam Motihari to Muzaffarpur Junction.


Both trains are hauled by a Ghaziabad Electric Loco Shed-based WAP-5 locomotive on its entire journey.


  1. ^ "Welcome to Indian Railway Passenger Reservation Enquiry".

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