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|Locale||Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab , Haryana, Delhi, Uttarpradesh,
Madhyapradesh, Rajasthan, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu & Kerala
|Current operator(s)||Indian Railways|
|End||Mangalore Central (MAQ)|
|Distance travelled||3,607 km (2,241 mi)|
|Average journey time||68hr 20min 4sec|
|Class(es)||Second AC, Third AC, Sleeper|
|Rolling stock||Loco: WAP-4|
|Track gauge||1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)|
|Operating speed||50.4 km/h (31.3 mph)|
The Navyug express or the "New-Era" Express is a weekly train running between Jammu Tawi and Mangalore Central. This train takes about 68 hrs for the distance of 3607 km. This is the third longest distance travelled by any train on the Indian Railways .
The train travels via Kannur, Calicut, Shornur Junction, Palakkad Junction, Coimbatore Junction, Katpadi, Gudur, Vijayawada, Nagpur, Itarsi Junction, Bhopal Junction, Jhansi Junction, Gwalior, Agra and New Delhi to reach Jammu Tawi. Coaches from Tirunelveli are attached to this train at Erode. It travels through the most of the states in India. It passes through 13 states as Jammu & Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Madhyapradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka.
16688 Navayug Express leaves its source station,Jammu Tawi (JAT) at 11:45 PM and reach its destination Mangalore Cntl (MAQ) at 10:45 PM on third day.
16687 Navayug Express leaves Mangalore Cntl (MAQ) at 04:50 PM and reach Jammu Tawi (JAT) on third day of journey at 01:10 PM.
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