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Bhusawal to Kolkata Trains

Bhusawal to Kolkata Trains

Bhusawal to Kolkata Train Schedule
Train Departure Arrival Duration

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Train Name & No
BSL 03:00 Bhusaval Junction
24h 35m
HWH 03:35 Kolkata Howrah Junction
BSL 03:30 Bhusaval Junction
24h 40m
HWH 04:10 Kolkata Howrah Junction
HOWRAH MAIL 12809
BSL 03:50 Bhusaval Junction
26h 00m
HWH 05:50 Kolkata Howrah Junction
KOLKATA MAIL 12322
BSL 04:40 Bhusaval Junction
31h 05m
HWH 11:45 Kolkata Howrah Junction
BSL 05:15 Bhusaval Junction
31h 05m
SHM 12:20 Kolkata Shalimar Railway Station
BSL 11:10 Bhusaval Junction
26h 20m
HWH 13:30 Kolkata Howrah Junction
BSL 12:50 Bhusaval Junction
23h 40m
HWH 12:30 Kolkata Howrah Junction
BSL 23:05 Bhusaval Junction
20h 35m
HWH 19:40 Kolkata Howrah Junction

Train Stats: Bhusawal to Kolkata Trains

How many trains are there between Bhusawal to Kolkata?
Total 16 trains are running between Bhusawal and Kolkata railway station. Some major trains that run from Bhusawal to Kolkata are LTT HWH Special, Azad HIND Express, Karmabhoomi Exp, Jnaneswari Express, Mumbai Cst Howrah Weekly SF Express
How many daily and weekly trains are there between Bhusawal to Kolkata?
Out of 16 trains there is 3 weekly running and 5 daily running trains. Some of daily running trains are Gitanjali Express, Azad HIND Express, Mumbai Cst Howrah Mail Via Nagpur, Ahmedabad Howrah SF Express, Mumbai Cst Howrah Mail Via Chheoki.
When does the first Bhusawal to Kolkata train leaves?
The first train from Bhusawal to Kolkata is Jnaneswari Express departure at 03:00 from Bhusaval Junction(BSL).
Which is the last train to Kolkata from Bhusawal?
Mumbai Cst Howrah Ac Duronto Express is the last train between Bhusawal to Kolkata departure at 23:05 from Bhusaval Junction(BSL).
Which train is the fastest train on Bhusawal to Kolkata route?
Fastest train between Bhusawal to Kolkata is Mumbai Cst Howrah Ac Duronto Express took 20h 0m to reach the destination.
From which station in Bhusawal we can pick trains to Kolkata?
Pickups point to catch the trains in Bhusawal is Bhusaval Junction(BSL).
What are the deboarding stations in Kolkata for Bhusawal Kolkata trains?
Stations where train deboard in Kolkata are the Kolkata Howrah Junction(HWH), Kolkata Chitpur Railway Station(KOAA), Kolkata Sealdah Railway Station(SDAH), Dum Dum Railway Station(DDJ), Dakhineswar Railway Station(DAKE), Kolkata Railway Station(CP)

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WED FEB 28 2018

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THU MAR 01 2018

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FRI MAR 02 2018

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