Given below is details about Train Number 12908, MAHARASHTRA SAMPARK KRANTI EXPRESS running between Hazrat Nizamuddin and Bandra Terminus stations. Get the complete route map of the train along with the list of stations where it halts and days of arrival etc...

Train No.12908, Maharashtra Sampark Kranti Express
ScheduleMon & Thu
TypeMail/Express/Superfast
Distance856 miles / 1370 km
Run Time 19 Hour(s)
Stops3
Avg. Speed72 kmph

Time Table: Maharashtra Sampark Kranti Express

Station/Code Distance* Arr. Dep. Halt Day of Arrival
Hazrat Nizamuddin (NZM)
Delhi
Origin NA 21:35 NA Mo & Th Mo & Th
Kota Junction (KOTA)
Rajasthan
457 Km 03:00 03:10 10min Tu & Fr Tu & Fr
Vadodara Junction (BRC)
Gujarat
990 Km 11:00 11:10 10min Tu & Fr Tu & Fr
Borivali (BVI)
Maharashtra
1351 Km 15:47 15:51 4min Tu & Fr Tu & Fr
Bandra Terminus (BDTS)
Maharashtra
1370 Km 16:35 Destination Tu & Fr Tu & Fr

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Hazrat Nizamuddin to Bandra Terminus

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Train No. 12908, Maharashtra Sampark Kranti Express NZM to BDTS

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Departure Days From Hazrat Nizamuddin Railway Station - Monday & Thursday

This page shows the time schedule of Maharashtra Sampark Kranti Express, Train number 12908. Timing of Maharashtra Sampark Kranti Express train along with its arrival and departure time at each station is given. The distance column shows the distance traveled by the train from its starting point i.e.., Hazrat Nizamuddin