Mangalore-Puducherry weekly express to run via Salem
Coimbatore: The regular service of train no
6044/6043 Mangalore Puducherry-Mangalore Weekly Express will
commence from Puducherry on Tuesday and from Mangalore on Jan 18.
Train No 6044 Mangalore-Puducherry Weekly Express will
leave Mangalore at 16.00 hrs on Mondays and arrive Puducherry
at 08.00 hrs on Tuesdays, a railway release said today.
Train No 6043 Puducherry-Mangalore Weekly Express will
leave Puducherry at 16.35 hrs on Tuesdays and arrive Mangalore
at 09.05 hrs on Wednesdays.
Subsequently timings of Train no 2685 Chennai-Mangalore
Superfast Exp (6 days a week) is revised to following timings
with effect from Jan 14. Chennai Central (17.00 hrs), Katpadi
(18.45), Morappur (20.40), Salem (21.40), Erode (22.40),
Tiruppur (23.25), Podanur (00.15), Palakkad (01.15), Shoranur
(02.25), Tirur (03.10), Kozhikode (04.25), Vatakara (05.10),
Thalasseri (05.35), Kannur (06.35), Payyannur (06.50),
Kanhangad (07.25), Kasaragod (07.50) and Mangalore Central
arrival at 09.05 hrs.
There is no change in the timings of Train No 2686,
Mangalore-Chennai Superfast Express.
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