12909 / Bandra Terminal - Hazrat Nizamuddin Garib Rath Express
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The following table shows the schedule of 12909/Bandra Terminal - Hazrat Nizamuddin Garib Rath Express including timing along with its arrival and departure time at each station with Platform number. The distance column shows the distance traveled by the train from its starting point from Bandra Terminus.
Departs @ 16:35 (Bandra Terminus)
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Arrives @ 09:40 +1 night (Hazrat Nizamuddin)
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Bandra Terminal - Hazrat Nizamuddin Garib Rath Express (12909) Schedule

Last Updated: 27-Sep-18 14:19 IST
S# Code Station Arr. Dep. Halt PF Dist. Day Zone
1. BDTS Bandra Terminus 16:35 - 2 0.0 1 WR
2. BVI Borivali 17:05 17:09 4m 6 18.4 1 WR
3. ST Surat 20:05 20:10 5m 1 252.1 1 WR
4. BRC Vadodara Junction 21:36 21:46 10m 2 381.8 1 WR
5. DHD Dahod 23:32 23:33 1m 3 528.7 1 WR
6. RTM Ratlam Junction 01:05 01:10 5m 5 642.4 2 WR
7. KOTA Kota Junction 03:45 03:50 5m 1 909.1 2 WCR
8. MTJ Mathura Junction 07:25 07:27 2m 3 1233.4 2 NCR
9. NZM Hazrat Nizamuddin 09:40 - 4 1367.4 2 NR

Coach detail

Bandra Terminal - Hazrat Nizamuddin Garib Rath Express

The 12909 is Garib Rath Express Superfast express train of the Garib Rath category belonging to Indian Railways - Western Railway zone that runs between Bandra Terminus (Mumbai) and Hazrat Nizamuddin (Delhi) in India.

Train number 12910 in the reverse direction serving the states of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan & Delhi.

The 12909 Bandra Terminus - Hazrat Nizamuddin Garib Rath Express presently has 15 AC 3 tier & 4 AC Chair Car coaches. It does not have a Pantry Car Coach.

12909 Garib Rath Express covers the distance of 1366 kilometres in 17 hours 5 mins making it the 2nd fastest train on the Mumbai – Delhi sector.

This train runs via Surat, Vadodara Junction, Ratlam Junction, Kota Junction to Hazrat Nizamuddin.

Loco:
Prior to February 2012, Dual traction WCAM 2/2P locos would haul the train between Bandra Terminus & Vadodara Junction after which a Vadodara based WAP 5 locomotive would take over until Hazrat Nizamuddin.

Western Railway completed DC Electric Conversion to AC on 5 February 2012 & it is now regularly hauled by a Ghaziabad or Vadodara based WAP 5 or WAP 7 locomotive for its entire journey.