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Chennai Mumbai Express


The Chennai Mumbai Express is an Indian Railways train which travels between Chennai Central and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai, India. It travels at around 40–50 km/h. This train is numbered 11041 for the Mumbai-Chennai run and 11042 for the Chennai-Mumbai run. Previously, before being transferred to Central Railway, the train was with Southern Railway, with the numbers 6011 and 6012. Nowadays there is super fast train between Dadar (Mumbai) and Chennai which takes roughly 23 hours and 30 minutes for the journey of 1271 kilometres.

In the latest time table effective July 2010. By Mumbai Mail, one can reach Chennai from Mumbai in two nights and one day. The distance is 1250 Kilometers and time taken is 30 hours.

Stops

Locos

This train is commonly hauled by WDM-3A or WDG-3A. At some occasions, the train is hauled by twin wdm3a of kazipet/kalyan/pune. From Mumbai to Renigunta, the train is hauled by diesel loco and from renigunta to chennai central, it is hauled by ac loco wap4 or wam4.

External links

  • Route Map and Time-Table of Chennai-Mumbai Express


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