| Shatabdi Express|
| Delhi & Uttar Pradesh|
512 km (318 mi)
| New Delhi Railway Station|
Lucknow Junction (LJN), Lucknow
Lucknow Junction (LJN) Swarna Shatabdi Express (Hindi: लखनऊ जंक्शन स्वर्ण शताब्दी एक्सप्रेस) is a Shatabdi class Indian Railways train that connects the Indian capital Delhi to Lucknow, the capital of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. There are two shatabdis each from Delhi and Lucknow daily. This was the first train in India to get the new German LHB coaches.It is also now the longest running Shatabdi in accordance to number of coaches.
Lucknow Swarna Shatabdi Express Wikipedia
Earlier this train used to run between Kanpur Central and New Delhi non stop, a 435 km stretch. After the gauge conversion in 1993, it was extended to and also halted at Aligarh. Later on, it was also given halt at Ghaziabad and Etawah.
Lucknow Swarna Shatabdi has been awarded the ISO certification. Efforts are now on to increase the speed of the Lucknow Shatabdi and bring it on par with the Agra - Delhi stretch of the Bhopal Shatabdi.
12003 - Lucknow Junction railway station to New Delhi
12004 - New Delhi to Lucknow Junction (LJN)
Temporary coaches that may/may not be attached depending on demand. Coach Compositions are as follows-12003- LOCO-EOG-C16-C15-C14-C13-C12-C11-C10-C9-C8-C7-C6-C5-C4-C3-C2-C1-E2-E1-EOG.