Jun 16 2017 (10:48) Train Tag: Kalinga Utkal Express/18477 added by Shivam/1243378
Jun 16 2017 (10:48) Train Tag: Mahakaushal Express/12190 added by Shivam/1243378
Jun 16 2017 (10:48) Train Tag: Firozpur - Mumbai Central Janta Express/19024 added by Shivam/1243378
Jun 16 2017 (10:48) Train Tag: Sachkhand Express/12716 added by Shivam/1243378
Jun 16 2017 (10:48) Train Tag: Patalkot Express/14624 added by Shivam/1243378
Jun 16 2017 (10:48) Train Tag: Millennium SF Express/12645 added by Shivam/1243378
Jun 16 2017 (10:46) Loco Tag: TKD/WAP-7/30373 added by Shivam/1243378
Video here ::-->> click here On a Railfanning session in high speed Asaoti we captured following trains rushing towards their respective destination. 14624/Patalkot Express /train/15345 12716/Sachkhand Express /train/1421 12625/Kerala Express /train/935 18477/Kalinga... more...
Utkal Express /train/1698 19024/Firozpur - Mumbai Central Janta Express /train/854 12780/Goa Express /train/523 12645/Millennium SF Express /train/1090 12190/Mahakaushal Express /train/1031 About Superfast/Mail/Express trains of Indian Railways. Superfast Mail/Express trains are express rail services of the Indian Railways. They make few stops, unlike other Mail/Express trains, achieving somewhat shorter journey times. Tickets cost more than Mail/Express rates. As of 2015, 450 pairs of Superfast trains ran on the Indian Railways. The 12908/Maharashtra Sampark Kranti Express (NZM/Hazrat Nizamuddin - BDTS/Bandra Terminus) is the fastest non-Shatabdi, non-Rajdhani Mail/Express train in India. In some cases, trains run Superfast where there is an overlapping Mail/Express service available, and run regular Mail/Express trains where there is no supplementary Mail/Express service. Trains with an average speed, excluding halts, equalling or exceeding 55 kilometres per hour (34 mph) (60 kilometres per hour (37 mph) until the early 1990s) on both up and down journeys fall into the Superfast category and are numbered with a prefix of 12 (previously 2). Including halts (both revenue and scheduled technical halts) the average speed often is below 55 km/h. As of now there is no criteria for number of halts of superfast trains.
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