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Line work hits trains

Tatanagar-Bilaspur Passenger cancelled till February 26 and Bilaspur-Tatanagar Passenger cancelled till February 27
The Gondia-Jharsuguda Passenger leaving Gondia will be short-terminated at Bilaspur

Our Special Correspondent   |   Jamshedpur   |   Published 16.02.20, 06:46 PM

Several trains of South Eastern Railway (SER) originating and passing through Tatanagar railway station under Chakradharpur railway division will remain cancelled till February 27 due to signalling work for the new third line in Bilaspur division of South East Central Railway (SER).

A public circular issued by Garden Reach, the Calcutta-based SER headquarters, announced the cancellation of the Tatanagar-Bilaspur Passenger till February 26 and that of the Bilaspur-Tatanagar Passenger till February 27.

The Tatanagar-LTT Antyodaya Express remained cancelled on Sunday and will not run on February 20 and 23. The LTT-Tatanagar Antyodaya Express will remain cancelled on February 18, 22 and 25.

The Hazur Sahib Nanded-Santragachi Express will remain cancelled on Monday, February 17, and February 24. The Santragachi-Hazur Sahib-Nanded Express will remain cancelled on February 19 and 26.

The Gondia-Jharsuguda Passenger leaving Gondia will be short-terminated at Bilaspur. Hence, the services of the trains will remain cancelled between Bilspur and Jharsuguda from February 16 to 27.

The Tatanagar-Itwari Passenger leaving Tatanagar will be short-terminated at Jharsuguda . Hence, the services of the trains will remain cancelled between Jharsuguda and Itwari from February 16 to 27.

The Howrah-Ahmedabad Express leaving Howrah from today till February 26 will run as passenger train between Jharsuguda and Raigarh from Sunday to February 27.

The Durg-Rajendra Nagar South Bihar Express leaving Durg between Sunday and February 27 will run as passenger train between Bilaspur and Jharsuguda till February 27.

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