Patalkot Express

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Patalkot Express
Patalkot express.jpg
Service type Express
Locale Madhya Pradesh
Uttar Pradesh
Current operator(s) Northern Railway zone
Start Chhindwara Junction
Stops 19
End Sarai Rohilla
Distance travelled 1,051 km (653 mi)
Average journey time 21 hours 30 min
Service frequency Daily
On-board services
Class(es) AC Two Tier, AC Three Tier ,Second Setting, Unreserved
Seating arrangements Yes
Sleeping arrangements Yes
Catering facilities Yes
Operating speed 52 km/h (32 mph) average with halts

The Patalkot Express or Chhindwara - New Delhi Express is a Mail/Express train which runs between Chhindwara Junction railway station in the city of Chhindwara in Madhya Pradesh and New Delhi, the capital of India. The name "Patalkot" signifies the nearest tourist spot of Patalkot.

Arrival and departure[edit]

Patalkot express (11103/11104)/ Kanahan Valley express 11101/11102 used to run between Chhindwara and Jhansi/Gwalior are planned to be extended to Sarai Rohilla (Delhi) with new train numbers (14009, 14010, 14019, 14020) and new timetable. Present train bookings have been suspended from the end of August.[when?] The new trains have started as of 1 January 2013, with numbers 14009 and 14010.

Patalkot Express Arriving at Ghoradongri Railway Station.

Routes and halts[edit]

The train goes via Parasia Junction, Amla Junction, Itarsi Junction, Bhopal Junction and Agra Cantt. The important halts of the train are:

Old 11102 Gwalior Junction - Chhindwara Kanahan Velly Express near Ghoradongri Railway Station.

Coach composite[edit]

The train consists of a total number of 14 coaches of which:

  • 1 AC II tier
  • 2 AC III tier
  • 5 sleeper
  • 4 general
  • 2 brake cum luggage van

Average speed and frequency[edit]

The train runs daily with an average speed of 49 km/hour.