| 994 km (618 mi)|
AC 3 Tier
West Central Railway zone
| Tri Weekly|
17 hours 0 minutes
Garib Rath Express
| Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh|
Jabalpur Junction railway station
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station
The Jabalpur–Mumbai Garibrath Express is a tri-weekly AC-Train Service offered by West Central Railway, Which is running between Jabalpur in eastern Madhya Pradesh and Mumbai CST in Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Jabalpur–Mumbai Garibrath Express Wikipedia
The number provided for JABALPUR GARIBRATH EXPRESS is: 12187 – From Jabalpur to Mumbai 12188 – From Mumbai to Jabalpur
These train numbers were earlier referred for Rewanchal Express which was used to go via Itarsi Junction (Madhya Pradesh). Later on the train via Itarsi was cancelled and the number was allotted for JABALPUR GARIBRATH EXPRESS.
The name itself signifies the meaning – The Poor Chariot. The service was introduced and extension was proposed by Lalu Prasad Yadav (former railway minister) in year,2008 without its inauguration. Later it was inaugurated in year 2009 and again its extension until Allahabad was announced in Rail Budget 2010 but it is not yet implemented due to violent protest against the extension at Jabalpur.
This train is hauled by Itarsi based WDM 3A diesel locomotive from Jabalpur to Itarsi. A Kalyan based dual current WCAM 3 electric locomotive takes over for remainder of its journey.
The train have the total number of 18 Coaches and most of them are of AC 3 TIER.
The train is running on the Itarsi Jn. – Khandwa – Bhusawal route. The train travels at a speed of 64Km/hr and makes 13 stoppages during the journey with Bhusaval Junction being the main stop where there is a halt of 15 minutes:Jabalpur
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