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Hubli to Bijapur Trains

Hubli to Bijapur Trains

Hubli to Bijapur Train Schedule
Train Departure Arrival Duration

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Train Name & No
UBL 04:10 Hubli Junction
05h 15m
BJP 09:25 Bijapur Railway Station
UBL 18:30 Hubli Junction
06h 15m
BJP 00:45 Bijapur Railway Station
UBL 20:50 Hubli Junction
05h 15m
BJP 02:05 Bijapur Railway Station

Train Stats: Hubli to Bijapur Trains

How many trains are there between Hubli to Bijapur?
Total 14 trains are running between Hubli and Bijapur railway station. Some major trains that run from Hubli to Bijapur are Yesvantpur Barmer Ac Express, YPR JP Garib Rath, GOL Gumbaz Express, UBL BJP Passenger Special, YPR JP Express
How many daily and weekly trains are there between Hubli to Bijapur?
Out of 14 trains there is 2 weekly running and 4 daily running trains. Some of daily running trains are GOL Gumbaz Express, Hubballi Secunderabad Express Via Vijayapura, Hubballi Solapur Intercity Express, DWR SUR Passenger.
When does the first Hubli to Bijapur train leaves?
The first train from Hubli to Bijapur is GOL Gumbaz Express departure at 04:10 from Hubli Junction(UBL).
Which is the last train to Bijapur from Hubli?
Hubballi Mumbai LTT Weekly Express Via Vijaypura is the last train between Hubli to Bijapur departure at 22:30 from Hubli Junction(UBL).
Which train is the fastest train on Hubli to Bijapur route?
Fastest train between Hubli to Bijapur is UBL SC Special took 5h 0m to reach the destination.
From which stations in Hubli we can pick trains to Bijapur?
Pickups point to catch the trains in Hubli are Hubli Junction(UBL), Hebbal Railway Station(HEB).
What are the deboarding station in Bijapur for Hubli Bijapur trains?
Stations where train deboard in Bijapur is the Bijapur Railway Station(BJP)

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Weather in Bijapur

FRI FEB 16 2018

30.76ºC  21.73ºC

Overcast throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

SAT FEB 17 2018

31.58ºC  21.35ºC

Partly cloudy in the morning.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

SUN FEB 18 2018

32.07ºC  22.23ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

MON FEB 19 2018

31.76ºC  21.84ºC

Partly cloudy throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

TUE FEB 20 2018

31.1ºC  23.32ºC

Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.

0% chance of precipitation

WED FEB 21 2018

31.16ºC  22.01ºC

Partly cloudy throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

THU FEB 22 2018

31.95ºC  24.95ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

FRI FEB 23 2018

33.25ºC  24.38ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

SAT FEB 24 2018

32.75ºC  23.23ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

SUN FEB 25 2018

33.43ºC  22.66ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

MON FEB 26 2018

33.37ºC  21.84ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

TUE FEB 27 2018

34.44ºC  21.21ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0.0025% chance of precipitation

WED FEB 28 2018

34.58ºC  21.66ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

THU MAR 01 2018

34.49ºC  22.99ºC

Clear throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

FRI MAR 02 2018

33.58ºC  21.78ºC

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

0% chance of precipitation

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