Kochuveli - Indore Weekly Express

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Kochuveli - Indore Weekly Express
Service type Express
Locale Kerala, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Goa, and Madhya Pradesh
First service July 1, 2016; 12 months ago (2016-07-01)
Current operator(s) Western Railway
Start Kochuveli (KCVL)
Stops 52
End Indore Junction (INDB)
Distance travelled 2,287 km (1,421 mi)
Average journey time 45 hours 15 minutes
Service frequency Weekly[a]
Train number(s) 19331UP / 19332DN
On-board services
Class(es) AC 1 Tier, AC 2 Tier, AC 3 Tier, Sleeper 3 Tier, Unreserved, Pantry
Seating arrangements No
Sleeping arrangements Yes
Catering facilities Pantry Car
Observation facilities LHB Coaches & Rake Sharing with 19301 / 19302 Indore–Yesvantpur Express
Entertainment facilities No
Baggage facilities Below the seats
Rolling stock 2
Track gauge 1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)
Operating speed 51 km/h (32 mph) average with halts

The Kochuveli - Indore Weekly Express is a weekly mail express train of the Indian Railways, running between Thiruvananthapuram Central railway station of Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city of Kerala and Indore Junction BG railway station of Indore, the largest city and commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh. It is currently being operated with 19331UP/19332DN train numbers on daily basis.[1][2][3]


The 19331/Kochuveli - Indore Weekly Express has averages speed of 51 km/hr and covers 2287 km in 45 hrs 15 mins. 19332/Indore - Kochuveli Weekly Express has averages speed of 50 km/hr and 2287 km in 45 hrs 25 mins.

Route and halts[edit]

The important halts of the train are:

Coach composition[edit]

The train has standard LHB rakes with max speed of 130 kmph. The train consist of 17 coaches :

  • 2 AC II Tier
  • 4 AC III Tier
  • 7 sleeper class
  • 4 General
  • 2 Generators cum Luggage/parcel van


Both trains are hauled by a Ratlam Diesel Loco Shed based twin WDM-3A or WDM-3D diesel locomotive from Thiruvananthapuram to Indore and vice versa.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Runs one day in a week for every direction.


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