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Indore – Nagda Passenger

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Service type  passenger
Current operator(s)  Western Railway
Service frequency  Daily
End  Nagda
Stops  15
Locale  Madhya Pradesh
Distance travelled  142 km (88 mi)
Average journey time  4 hours 0 minutes
First service  1999
Class(es)  AC II Tier, AC III Tier, First Class, Sleeper 3 Tier, Unreserved Chair Cars
Start  Indore Junction railway station

The Indore – Nagda Passenger is a passenger train of Indian Railways, which runs between Indore Junction railway station of Indore, the largest city and commercial hub of Madhya Pradesh and Nagda Junction railway station of Nagda, the important industrial city of Central Indian state Madhya Pradesh

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Arrival and departure

Train no.59388 departs from Indore, daily at 08:45 hrs., reaching Nagda the same day at 13.05 hrs. Train no.59387 departs from Nagda daily at 15:25 hrs. from platform no.2 reaching Indore the same day at 19:30 hrs.

Route and halts

The train goes via Dewas and Ujjain. The important halts of the train are:

  • INDORE JUNCTION
  • Indore Lakshmibai Nagar
  • Indore Sanwer
  • Dewas Junction
  • Barlai
  • Danpura
  • Ujjain Vikram Nagar
  • Ujjain Junction
  • Pahu
  • NAGDA JUNCTION
  • Coach composite

    The train consist of 9 Coaches :

  • 7 Un Reserved
  • 2 Luggage/Brake Van
  • Average speed and frequency

    The train runs with an average speed of 35 km/h. The train runs on daily basis.

    Loco link

    The train is hauled by BRC WAP4/WAM4 engine.

    Rake maintenance & sharing

    The train is maintained by the Indore Coaching Depot. The same rake is used for Nagda - Ujjain Passenger for one way which is altered by the second rake on the other way.

    References

    Indore – Nagda Passenger Wikipedia


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