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Several SER trains cancelled for track development work

Many trains have also been rescheduled
The platform at the Tatanagar railway station
The platform at the Tatanagar railway station
Bhola Prasad

Pinaki Majumdar   |   Jamshedpur   |   Published 18.02.22, 04:43 PM

Check your travel plans by train before moving out for the next few days.

Due to a non- interlocking work for commissioning of fourth line connectivity at Brajrajnagar in Bilaspur division of South East Central Railway, several trains of South Eastern Railway were cancelled and have been rescheduled. 

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All the cancelled and rescheduled trains travel via Tatanagar and several other stations falling under South Eastern Railways Chakradharpur division.

The  Gondia – Jharsuguda Special train will remain cancelled from  Gondia between  February 18 to 26 while the return train  -Jharsuguda - Gondia Special will remain cancelled from  Jharsuguda between February 19 and 27.

The  Howrah-Mumbai CSMT Express will remain cancelled from  Howrah on Friday, February 18 while 12869 Mumbai CSMT - Howrah Express will remain cancelled from  Mumbai CSMT on February 20.

The 12767 Hazur Sahib Nanded- Santragachi Express will remain cancelled from  Hazur Sahib Nanded on February 26 while the 12768 Santragachi - Hazur Sahib Nanded Express will remain cancelled from  Santragachi  on February 23.

The  20822 Santragachi - Pune Express will remain cancelled from Santragachi on February 19 and 26 while the 20821 Pune - Santragachi- Express will remain cancelled from Pune  on February 21 and 28. 

The 12222 Howrah-Pune Duronto Express has been rescheduled to leave Howrah at 7.45  am instead of  05.45  am on  February 19, 24 and 26.

The 12262 Howrah-Mumbai CSMT Duronto Express has been rescheduled to leave Howrah at  7.45 am instead of 5.45 am on February 18, 21, 22, 23 and 25.

Tatanagar station director H K Balmuchu said they have received a circular in this regard from Garden Reach, the Calcutta based headquarters of South Eastern Railway.



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