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12620/Matsyagandha Express
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MAQ/Mangalore Central --> LTT/Lokmanya Tilak Terminus

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Sep 21 2016 (13:28)   12835/Hatia - Yesvantpur SF Express (PT)
 

Tickets booked for Rajasthan trip in june 2017   390 blog posts   1603 correct pred (90% accurate)
Entry# 1997916            Tags   Past Edits
Pic- HTE-YPR entering godavari bridge after RJY.
Travelled in real Superfast train after 2 years. Last one being the journey in NZM - KOTA Janshatabdi in 2014. After that travelled in many SFs on paper but they were through Bermuda Triangle of IR, so didn't give feeling of SF during journey.
So, it all started in july, 2016. I along with my mother were supposed to go to Manipal to meet my brother who is studying there. So dates were decided and I went to book the tickets at hatia PRS. I
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asked the clerk to give SL&SU (Sleeper class). He said 71& 72 no. seats and asked should I book and I readily agreed. Booked the return ticket (BPT Udupi to Hatia via LTT) and came home. After these my part 2 exams started and finished well throughly. Now I started planning how to undertake the journey and which places to visit. Then one day on news saw the Kaveri river stir in Karnataka. I assumed something wrong might go with the trip if I go by bus from bengaluru to manipal ( my prediction was right). So without telling anyone, I booked another ticket in 16523 Bengaluru - Karwar express till Udupi from my saved pocket money. So everything was done and we were ready to depart on 11 september. At 1745 hrs we left home, and my father dropped us at Hatia RS. The train was still not shunted and PF 1 was fully crowded with passengers waiting to board. 5-8 TTEs were present at main entrance who were checking everyone's ticket before letting them go on PF. I also showed my ticket and went on the PF. The train was shunted at 1800 hrs. All gates were opened after 2-3 minutes and in another 2-3 minutes the whole PF was almost empty. Everyone got inside the train. At sharp 1825 the train departed with twin WDM from Bondamunda. Just after departure 2 enunchs came and asked for money. As usual I asked them to move away and they also went. Then we had home made dinner before arriving Rourkela and after halt at Rourkela we went to sleep. Second part to follow.

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Sep 21 2016 (16:44)
Tickets booked for Rajasthan trip in june 2017   390 blog posts   1603 correct pred (90% accurate)
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Pic- WDM hauling mangaluru kabkaputtur passenger.
We (I and my mother) had got down at YPR on 13 sept from HTE-YPR SF and moved to SBC by auto due to bus strike. Took a room in hotel for a day ad rest for the day. Had lunch from Neethu's kitchen. Average food. In the evening at 1930hrs checked out from hotel and proceeded to PF 5 of SBC. The train had already been shunted on PF. The train was thoroughly clean inside out. The general coaches had some empty seats ( maybe filled by time of dep). The coaches were fitted with bio toilets and were clean. After arranging luggage, went down to PF to get water. Saw a water vending machine
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and inserted 2 five rupee coins and filled my 2 ltr bottle. The train started at 2040 hrs, 10 min late. TTE came and put his luggage on seat 7 (my was 8). He checked the tickets and moved on to check others'. I went to my side upper to sleep. Finally woke up at 0430 hrs. Train was passing beautiful shiradi ghats. Though it was night, but the sound of train passing bridges and tunnels seemed nice to hear and slight moonlight helped in imagining beauty of western ghats. Gradually train arrived subramanya road. Here the extra engines were detachted. I got down and had tea and bun. After 15 min halt train continued its journey and after kabkaputtur stopped for crossing with mangaluru - kabkaputtur passenger. Reached MAJN and proceeded for long halt at MAQ for detatching of kannur portion. The WDP 4 left its companion and WDM 3 took charge of 16523. At 0900 hrs after long whistle, train started and again passed MAJN. was stopped at MAJN for crossing with matsyagandha exp. After departure entered beautiful Konkan railway. At SURATHKAL, we waited for LTT - KCVL SF to cross. Then again before Udupi a DEMU crossed us . After the long halt of 35 mins for crossing, departed and slowly curved on to make entry to PF 1 of Udupi and hence left us at our destination 40 min late at 1120 hrs.

  
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Sep 21 2016 (17:11)
Tickets booked for Rajasthan trip in june 2017   390 blog posts   1603 correct pred (90% accurate)
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After spending 2 days in Manipal, now it was time to leave for mumbai. I had a Blank paper ticket from Udupi to Hatia via LTT. So checked out of hotel at 1 pm and started for Udupi railway station. In about 20-25 mins we reached the station and after seeing coach position we moved to the platform. We were waiting, then ERS-PUNE SF came and departed after 2 min halt. After its departure On another PF came the CSTM-MAJN SF alias the rocket. It also departed after 2 min halt. Then announcement started for matsyagandha express to LTT and we moved to place where our coach was supposed to be positioned. Lots of people were waiting to board the train. Just a minute before the arrival of train, it started raining heavily. We went under the FOB ramp for protection from rain. Then came the view of WDP...
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4D approaching udupi with 12620 matsyagandha express at its tow. The train came to halt and we moved towards the gate of S8. After the train departed the rains also stopped and we opened the window shutters. The train was clean. The TTE came and checked the tickets. He demanded id-card from every ticket holder whether it was PRS or e-ticket. I showed my downloaded e-aadhar and he denied saying show original. I was not in a mood to quarrel given excitement for upcoming journey in Konkan stretch. Showed him mother's voter id and continued our journey. The train crossed the stations at good speed and continued its journey. After departing from Murdeshwar, my mother pointed out to something, at first I didn't recognize but on seeing properly remembered it is the statue of lord shiva. Had distant darshan of lord shiva. Then another exciting point was when train approached the Honnavar bridge. After crossing the bridge, rains again started and we had to close the window shutters. In evening, the train approached Madgaon. The Benjoe restaurant caterers were selling diff items like biryani, chhole rice, badaam-milk, etc. After departure came the zuari river which looked magnificient in the evening. Then we had dinner and I went to sleep. In the morning I woke up when the train arrived at PEN. I started to pack my belongings, as I decided to get down at PNVL to catch local to CSTM. Got down from train at PNVL admist heavy rains and got a local train ticket. Boarded the empty slow local to CSTM. As the stations approached, local became more crowded. Despite being saturday and early morning the local was crowded beyond my expectations.

  
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Sep 21 2016 (17:49)
Tickets booked for Rajasthan trip in june 2017   390 blog posts   1603 correct pred (90% accurate)
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After staying for the day at CSTM dormitory and visiting GoI, museum, marine drive, in the evening we moved out of dormitory and collected luggage from cloak room. After experiencing the crowd on mumbai local in morning (PNVL-CSTM) decided to take the local that goes upto Kalyan only. But to my dismay display board showed all destinations but not Kalyan. I waited as I knew there were some locals terminating at KYN and also my connecting train was at 1am, so I was not in a hurry. I tried to connect to MTS wifi at CSTM but password was not being sent, neither could I connect to my mobile data. So waited. Finally at 2020 hrs it showed semi local to Kalyan at 2042. Quickly bought tickets and moved to PF 7. The local arrived and everyone boarded. Within 5 minutes hardly, local started its return journey to KYN. It became...
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too much crowded. I thought the crowd would disperse at TNA, at Domvibli but no, number of people getting down was lesser than number of people boarding. So it remained crowded throughout the way till KYN. At KYN got down at PF 1 and moved to PF4 from which our train was scheduled to depart. I had 2 hours to kill so connected to RAILWIRE and enjoyed wifi access. I spent 2 hrs at KYN, and in that 2 hrs good no of trains psssed through Pf 4& 5. PF 4 handled CSTM -SUR SF, ltt rjpb exp, cstm snsi pass, kushinagar exp, ltt-ppta sf, ltt-sc drnt, cstm asr exp, etc. Pf 5 handled chennai mail, ltt cbe exp, hussain sagar, and others. PF 6 handled hwh-cstm, hw-ltt ac, ju-sbc exp. PF 5-6 handled local too. So lot of trains passed during that duration. After departure of 11057 CSTM-ASR exp, coach position of 12811 started to display. Within 10 minutes the train arrived with SRC P4 and old coaches. The gates of S12 were closed, so we didnt wait for gates to be opened and instead got in in S13 and came to our berth in S12 via vestibule. Saw the coach, and except cleanliness, nothing was good. Condition of seats, windows, lights everything was bad. Waht can you expect in coach made in 1992? No charging point, even at gates. The rains started again, and I tried to close the window. By the time I closed the window, my half sleeve of full sleeved shirt was wet along with part of my seat. Even after closing the window, water was leaking from corners of window. Fed up, I shifted my bag from under the seat to the seat. Waited sometime for TTE to check tickets. But by 2 am even tickets were not checked. I slept finally. In the morning woke up when the train reached BHUSAWAL. By the time train řeached AKOLA, train was 1 hr+ late. But after AKOLA, train was flying and as a result reached NGP at 1310 hrs i.e. 30 mins BT. We were placed on PF 6 and on PF 7 SHM-LTT waited for departure. Water was being filled in the train. On PF 4 came DNR-SC SF and after a considerable halt time departed with BSL P4. Finally we departed NGP at 1400 hrs ,dot on time. As we exited NGP, TN exp to chennai entered NGP. I was waiting for the diamond crossing but to my bad luck, just as we approached diamond crossing HWH -CSTM mail approached and finally we missed the proper view of diamond crossing. The train gained speed and ran like anything all the way till Hatia. Reached Bilaspur 10 mins BT . Again here water was filled and toilets were cleaned. The train maintained very good speed right all the way till HTE and arrived HTE at 0355 hrs, 10 min late. Excellent train and excellent speed. So with this the trip came to end.

  
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Sep 21 2016 (17:55)
Tickets booked for Rajasthan trip in june 2017   390 blog posts   1603 correct pred (90% accurate)
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This whole trip went very nicely and provided the trains and route associated with this trip, this trip became more special. Except the problem of enunchs and bad food in 12835 HTE-YPR SF, and old coaches in 12811 LTT-HTE SF (though 12835 had it too but condition was better than 12811) rest everything was good.

  
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Sep 23 2016 (22:12)
Tickets booked for Rajasthan trip in june 2017   390 blog posts   1603 correct pred (90% accurate)
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Positives and negatives of each train taken during the trip:
1. 12835 HTE- YPR SF
+ves-- super punctual at destination (expect some delay till nellore or renigunta), nice speed, hardly any unscheduled stop throughout the journey, cleanliness was good.
-ves --- beggars/transgenders bother whole route (expect them after every stop from as early as 3am till 8 pm), bad food, old
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coaches but are maintained properly.
2. 16523 SBC - KAWR express
+ves --- clean train inside out, biotoilets installed, punctual till MAQ
-ves -- slow speed (due to route constraints), gets late after departure from MAQ.
3. 12620 Matsyagandha express
+ves -- the route that it travels through i.e. konkan route, punctual, good speed
-ves--- none
4. 12811 - LTT -HTE SF
+ves -- good food, punctual after akola, cleanliness is good, safety is good, RPF present all night, super speed.
-ves -- old coaches without proper maintainance.
  
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Jan 01 2017 (14:33)   15647/Mumbai LTT - Guwahati Express (via Malda Town) | BND/Bhandup (4 PFs) | ET/WAP-4

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Entry# 2112439            Tags   Past Edits
[31 in 1] Mega Compilation of High Speed Trains in 2016

  
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Nice collections !!!

  
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anand94a   58 blog posts
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Thanks !!
  
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Jan 28 2017 (11:09)   12619/Matsyagandha Express (PT)

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12619/20 TB
  
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Jan 28 2017 (06:04)   12620/Matsyagandha Express | MAQ/Mangalore Central (4 PFs) | ED/WDP-4D/40199

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Entry# 2142926            Tags   Past Edits
Taking in charge of 12620
Departure: Fri Jan 27 2017 @ 14:35
12620/Matsyagandha Express
Trip# 102726    Traveller: Ankit~    Linked PNR Entry# 2142271
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From: MAQ/Mangalore Central
To: KT/Kumta
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HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ HJ Mr. H Ankit! HJ enjoy the journey HJ HJ HJ
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Jan 27 2017 (18:39)
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at MRDW/Murdeshwar: 59m late
Mao-Maq Arrived

  
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Jan 27 2017 (18:40)
Ankit~   7591 blog posts   45478 correct pred (91% accurate)
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at MRDW/Murdeshwar: 1h 0m late
Departed

  
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Jan 27 2017 (18:41)
Ankit~   7591 blog posts   45478 correct pred (91% accurate)
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It's link was WDP 4d with failed Alco

  
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Jan 27 2017 (18:51)
Ankit~   7591 blog posts   45478 correct pred (91% accurate)
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MANK/Manki 5 km<-->11 km HNA/Honnavar: 59m late
Another tunnel crossed

  
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Jan 28 2017 (07:18)
Ankit~   7591 blog posts   45478 correct pred (91% accurate)
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It's link was WDP 4d with failed Alco
  
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Jan 27 2017 (14:21)   12620/Matsyagandha Express | MAQ/Mangalore Central (4 PFs) | ED/WDP-4D/40199

©®™१२४३९ राँची राजधानी एक्सप्रेस १२४४० ™®©^~   2070 blog posts   19461 correct pred (75% accurate)
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Onboard Matsyagandha Exp till Kumta.

9 posts - Fri Jan 27, 2017

  
Departed from Moombika Road Byndoor

  
Arrived Honnavar. Saw the beautiful Shravathi River

  
Arr Kumta

  
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Jan 27 2017 (20:17)
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Thanks for the SB of a such a simple name of station

  
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Jan 27 2017 (20:18)
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Poora ka poora Bharat Darshan ka Mann Nana liyahai aapne
  
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Jan 23 2017 (20:38)   12620/Matsyagandha Express | MAJN/Mangaluru Junction (Mangalore) (3 PFs)

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Trainspotting at the airport!
New airport station can also be seen.
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Jan 17 2017 (22:43)   22660/Dehradun - Kochuveli SF Express | RAJP/Rajapur Road (1 PFs)

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HIGH SPEED CROSSING WITH NIGHT RIDERS OF KONKAN RAILWAY... ONBOARD 11004 RAJYARANI EXP..!!
Crossing with Dehradun - Kochuveli SF Exp and Matsyagandha Exp at Rajapur and Nivsar station respectively.. I was onboard Sawantwadi Dadar Rajyarani Exp
Dehradun Kochuveli Exp was lead by Ratlam Alco and Matsyagandha exp with WDP4D of Erode shed...
Enjoy loud honking by both trains :D
  
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Sep 09 2016 (21:52)   10104/Mandovi Express | MAO/Madgaon Junction (3 PFs) | GOC/WDP-4D/40106

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Continued from /blog/post/1986084
10. PULLING into VASCO& the RR FIASCO.
A scheduled halt at Kulem which lasted 10mins; saw us click a lot pics. A fully loaded Freighter was allowed to ascend the ghats as soon as we arrived. It was banked by EMD triplets from UBL. Post Kulem; barring a 2min halt at Kudchade, we barrelled ahead at MPS till Madgaon. ERS WDM2A led Mangalore passenger rushed southwards as we crawled to a halt at MAO home. A few minutes later; we were given the starter to enter pf3. Mangalore Madgaon Intercity
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Express was expected on pf2. Trivandrum Rajdhani led by its customary link GOC WDP3A; pulled into pf1 for a scheduled halt. We waited quite some time for it at MAO, and were given the green as soon as the Rajdhani arrived. Post Madgaon it was a rainy ride till Dabolim. KJM WDG4 led Goa express crossed at Suravali and the Janshatabdi from Dadar led by a GOC WDP4D; rushed past just as we veered away to the left immediately after Majorda Jn. The rains gave us a break as we crawled into Vasco; a good 70minutes late.
Being a port terminal; the station saw very less passenger activity. On most days the station wears a deserted look after the arrival of the last passenger from Kulem. The clerk in charge of verification and allotment of Retiring rooms was a bit surprised when I flashed my RR printout copy.
“Maine socha aap aaoge hi nahi” [I thought you will not come at all]
‘Train late thi sir; mein kya karta?” [The train was late sir, what can I do?]
I understood his shock; I had booked the RR from 8 in the morning; although my train arrived at 15:05 in the afternoon. But it was my turn to be shocked when he asked me to pay up an additional Rs. 150 for the ‘EXTRA’ Person.
I Protested, “Sir, humne Family room book kiya hua hai 3 logon ke liye. Yeh extra ka kya chakkar hai?” [Sir, we had booked a Family room for 3 people. What is this about the Extras?]
‘Sir, aapne double bed room book kiya hai, yahan family room nahi hain. Extra ek aadmi ke liye extra paise lagte hain’. [Sir, you have booked a double room. There are no Family rooms here, You have to pay up for the Extra person.]
I was too tired to argue and didn’t want to create a scene either; something which I regret even now. We got rooms at 1/3rd the cost of the cheapest hotel available in the vicinity. I paid up after a consultation with the buddies.
NOTE: IRCTC will allow you to book Family rooms in Vasco. But the Station doesn’t have any Family rooms. All are double Bed rooms. If you think you have paid already and there is no need to pay again; then you will not be allowed into the room.
After completion of formalities, all of us dumped our bags into the room; and took a well deserved rest. Chats, Chai and a walk in the beach made better of an evening which was preceded by a very hectic 24hours. A Bonus spotting was a surprise encounter with the reptile kind on our way back to the station. An all in one package, that’s what this trip was.
11. ‘Thanni la Gandam’; THE JINX RETURNS
The rains overnight did not deter our spirits to go Railfanning at the banks of the Zuari River, near the bridge. We hoped for a cloudy day; but it went bad to worse to hopeless. After spotting the passenger from Ratnagiri and the Mumbai bound Mandovi, we decided to abandon spotting the Mumbai – Mangalore ‘Rocket’ Superfast; as NTES showed it to be running late by more than hour. And with no proper shelter to give some cover; staying there any longer in the incessant rains was a waste. The 3 of us on 2 Activas; decided to head towards Dona Paula. Despite the rains, we somehow managed to ride. Just as we were descending the road bridge; a loud ALCo honk caught our attention, it was the Rocket. Our impatience got the better of us. Well; this was just the beginning, there was more to come.
While riding to Dona Paula; I figured something was wrong. Even at the breakfast stop en-route where we had some not-so South Indian Dosas from a so-called Malabar Restaurant; I didn’t realize that ‘I DID NOT CLOSE THE ZIP OF MY CAMERA BAG& HAD JUST DUMPED IT INTO MY SHOULDER BAG’.
DAMN!!!! My camera was drenched in the rain. This turned out to be the scariest moment of my life. After failed attempts to get the camera working in Dona Paula; I rode back to Vasco and hunted in Google Maps for any Canon Service centre in and around VSG.
NONE
Hell hath no fury like my mother if she had gotten to know that my carelessness destroyed my camera. The Locals mentioned that any sort of repair work; would be done only in Panji. Damn!
Blame my brains for planning a trip to Goa in the monsoon season. Of all the places that I could have gone to; Goa and Mumbai were the ones I chose.
‘It is Fate Adi; this could have happened in your own home; don’t curse yourself so much. Think of what can be done next.’
I lost my appetite out of fear; the two of them had to literally drag me to an Udupi restaurant for dinner.
12. JOURNEY ONBOARD THE FOOD KING – One more in the ‘First Time’ list
I rang up Akshay; who was on his way to Goa to join us in the rest of the trip. He gave assurance that there would definitely be a CANON Service centre in Mumbai; and asked me to relax a bit. How I wished I could.
The Station Manager at Vasco was kind enough to guide us on the taxi and bus fares in Vasco. We were to board the Mandovi Express the next morning from MAO at 08:30. He assured that Taxis won’t charge any less than 800 bucks for a drop to MAO. He did mention though that there was a bus at 05:30 starting right from in front of Vasco Station, and that would drop us at Madgaon KTC Bus Stand; from where we would get Autos to MAO. We found that to be a good alternative.
At a net expense of Rs. 65 per head; bus and auto combined; we couldn’t have asked for a better mode of transport to MAO. Akshay was already there waiting for us on pf1; having arrived by the Goa Express. We could also spot Mumbai LTT bound Netravati Express. It left within minutes after we reached. We freshened up and I guided Sriram and Sri to the Benjo Restaurant in pf1 for some hot Buns. Akshay and I decided to skip it; I was lost in trying to get my camera working well again and Akshay was not hungry.
Immediately after the Ernakulam bound Duronto arrived and departed; our ride to Mumbai; the Mandovi Express was shunted into pf1, by its own power; an offlink –GOC WDP4D 40106. The UBL EMD cycle was broken somewhere. We settled down in our seats in S4 and were on our way at exactly half past 8.
The primary reason for including this train in the itinerary was the food; and I must say; the ‘FOOD KING’ as the Mandovi is fondly addressed by Railfans; did not disappoint. I do admit for missing out on the Ksheera Upma; for which I got ample scoldings from @binnu; will try it out next time macha.
The run of Mandovi was a very relaxed and laidback one. With plenty of halts; food and trains were enough to keep me going on such a slow train. The rains gave us company all the way to Sawantwadi road; where we crossed the Madgaon bound Konkankanya Express.
The crossings kept coming; freight, express and all; but the one which we looked out for came after Ratnagiri; at Nandgaon road to be precise. The southbound Trivandrum Rajdhani led by GOC WDP3A crossed us here. With the crossing of the Rajdhani done; we kept wondering where ‘The Overtake’ will happen. On a Wednesday journey in the Mandovi; the TVC Raj can be spotted both ways; towards Mumbai there is an overtake; while towards Madgaon there is a crossing. What we didn’t realize at that moment was, that it was the monsoon schedule; which meant that Mandovi would reach Panvel well ahead of the northbound Trivandrum Rajdhani. A Candid pic clicked at the time I was verifying the same; led my Guruji to ridicule me.
‘What has the world come to? So – called railfans and what they do? The same old stare-at-your-phone while the attractive world outside a railway carriage passes these souls by... ’
Well, now I really didn’t how to counter that one.
As mentioned earlier; food was one of the main reasons for including Mandovi in this trip. The breakfast options were Bread Cutlet, Bread Omlette& Cheese Sandwich. Lunch was served somewhere near Sawantwadi road. Options included Egg Biryani with Egg Curry; Veg Biryani with Onion Raita and Chinese Hakka Noodles. All options were tried. And taste was quite good; while the price was not much of a pinch on the pocket. Samosa was served with two side dishes that day. In the morning; when I bought a plate near Pernem; we got the spicy green chutney along with the Samosa. The raw aroma of the green chillies mashed with coariander and possibly a dash of ginger to save the taste buds; was a great flavour to go along with the Aloo Samosa which itself was quite Tasty. In the afternoon; we bought a plate of Samosas with what we call ‘Milagai Podi’ down south. It was equally tasty. A Cup of chai washed down the throat after these flavours refreshed the mood. It is worth mentioning, that the chai along the entire route was quite tasty. Surprisingly we had chai at 4 different rates that day; Rs. 5; 7; 8& 10. And the quantity varied accordingly. Thankfully though; the taste was more or less the same.
The disappointment of not spotting a Ro-Ro rake that day was compensated by the plethora of crossings along the route. Mumbai Mangalore ‘Rocket’ Superfast at Thivim, Konkankanya at Sawantwadi road; Dadar Sawantwadi Rajyarani at Kudal, Trivandrum Rajdhani at Nandgaon road; Dadar Madgaon Janshatabdi at Vilavade, Mumbai LTT Madgaon Double Decker at Nivasar; MAO bound Mandovi at Sangameshwar road, Netravati Express at Karanjadi, Matsyagandha Express at Roha, Mumbai LTT – Hubballi express at Panvel, and Mumbai CST Firozpur Punjab Mail at Parsik Tunnel made up the list of notable crossings. An added bonus spotting was the overtake by the legendary Geetanjali express; led by an SRC WAP4 roaring through Thane as we pulled in for a scheduled halt. The array of departures from Mumbai, along with the fast and slow locals made up for the rest of the evening as we crawled into Dadar pf6 for a halt; from where we walked over to the Western lines and took an EMU to our retiring rooms in BCT.
13. MAYANAGARI MUMBAI
After completing the long verification process in BCT; we headed to our retiring rooms in the third floor. The rooms were quite spacious for a 2 bed room and were quite ancient too in terms of looks. The layout was quite interesting. There were 2 dorms; 4 air conditioned rooms& 4 non AC rooms. Rooms 7 to 10 were non AC. While 7& 8 were on the third floor, room 9& 10 were a floor down; the access of which was from the third floor only. In short if anyone was to get room 9/10; they would have to take the lift or stairs to the third floor, verify their details with the attendant, and walk through the entire corridor to the flight of stairs at the other end; from where they will have to descend towards their rooms.
The next day, my friends woke up to take the 06:55 CST KSRA Fast to Khardi; for some RF. Ironically, I decided the location and couldn’t go with them myself. After taking some more rest; I went down to the Janata Aahar canteen for some simple yet scrumptious breakfast, consisting of 2 slices of bread coated with butter; a piece of cutlet and some dip tea. After roaming around the platforms of BCT till the departure of the Saurashtra Express; I went back, changed, noted down the address of the CANON service centre and boarded a Virar fast towards Goregaon. The map attached in the justdial link misguided me to Goregaon whereas the Centre was located near the Western Express Highway Metro in ‘Andheri’. A long walk from Goregaon station to the Hub mall and, several enquiries later, I managed an auto which took me to the building where I was headed. A simple phone call to the service centre would have gotten me there even earlier; but no. Google maps zindabad. And common sense goes for a toss.
Thankfully the issue was not that serious; and was resolved in a few minutes. While coming back; I boarded a 332 double decker bus to Kurla after getting my camera checked. Initially; when I spotted the metro, the idea of taking a metro to Ghatkopar and local from thereon seemed good. But a couple of double decker buses that went by changed my mind. I was boarding a double decker bus after nearly 2 decades. Even when they were prevalent in Chennai about 15 years ago; didn’t travel in them, not even once. The fascination for the upper deck had not decreased even a bit; the child in me was still alive. I was glad.
332 dropped me in Kurla west after a bumpy ride of about 45minutes. When I went in, I got a call from my friends that they were on board a fast local headed back to CST. I boarded the local just after theirs and joined them in the FOB connecting DR and DDR. Everyone was tired& we decided to take some rest and visit the Gateway in the evening.
14. DOUBLE DECKER AGAIN, GATEWAY, RECOLLECTING HISTORY& VIRAR LOCAL
Yes, the fact that I had boarded a double decker bus got the interest of all of my friends. On our previous trip, we had spotted the Double Decker bus plying in route 124 which connected BCT& CST. This time, we waited patiently and our patience was rewarded. Within 15minutes of us reaching the bus stop, we boarded a 124 headed straight to the upper deck. En-route Akshay talked about the history of the famed Bombay Underworld, the book Dongri to Dubai; Haji Mastan, Varadajan Mudaliar; and the most famous of all – Dawood Ibrahim. A lot was talked about the history of Mumbai; its underworld, the development of the railways, the city and much more; as we meandered through the crowded streets. Time flew and before we knew it; we were in front of the Gateway. And so were hundreds of others.
Akshay and I were at it again; discussing the history of Gateway; the terror attack on the Taj Hotel, the movie ‘A Wednesday’ & eventually the discussion came back to Railways. Sriram and Sri spent their time clicking snaps and looking around. They had been here already. After spending about a couple of hours there; we headed out and boarded a Taxi to take us to Churchgate. We had to vacate our Retiring rooms and settle in the dorm of BCT for the next 12hours. Unfortunately we couldn’t manage a 48 hour booking; and hence this arrangement had to suffice. We boarded a Virar Fast from CCG but thankfully didn’t have to go to DDR. If you have visited Dadar during peak hours you know why I am being thankful.
Sriram and Sri had managed an AC room for the night; so we dumped our bags in their room and left for dinner. The BCT railwire WiFi was fast enough to attract the three of them into the platforms. After purchasing the platform tickets; we went towards the Dadar end of pf5 and stayed there till the Indore bound Duronto was shunted in; which was around 23:10. Even the RPF personnel was surprised when we said ‘We stay in the retiring rooms’; probably her perception of the next gen was different. Maybe she didn’t expect us to roam around the platforms of BCT when the last train was shunted in and we didn’t board, maybe she assumed something about us. Maybe......
15. ELEPHANTA VISIT, LUGGAGE AT DADAR& GETTING LOOTED.....
Akshay headed to Pune by Indrayani on some personal work and asked me to save his seat in 11013; as he would be boarding the same. He had forgotten to change the boarding point 24hours before the departure time; and hence both of us were dependant on the TTE. After he left, the rest of us checked out; went to the Janata Aahar Canteen again, had breakfast and headed to Dadar. The reason for depositing the luggage in Dadar’s Locker room was; Sriram and Sri were to board the 12163 Dadar – Chennai ‘Super’ Express from there later in the day. And after seeing them off; I was contemplating doing the local train ride to Tilaknagar; the station closest to LTT. We went to Dadar (W); and took a Taxi for a quick visit to Siddhivinayak Mandir; and later boarded a bus from there to Gateway. En-route we also had a darshan of Haji Ali Mosque; the visit to which is still pending. After purchasing tickets; the three of us headed to the jetty to board a boat to the Elephanta caves.
The boat made its way through all the bigger ships parked off-port; and after an hour or so we reached the Elephanta caves. Poor planning and sea ride during full moon day; got the better of us. The rains didn’t help either. After somewhat exploring the Elephanta caves; which included a Rs. 10 per head ride from the jetty to a certain distance onboard the Toy Train, we returned back. I was not at all surprised to see the boat owners trying to make a quick buck during the 1hr ride back.
Rs. 10 for a cup of chai; Chips sold at MRP; Extra 20 bucks for a ride in the boat’s upper deck; they left no stone unturned in making brisk business. Back at Gateway; the rains lashed out furiously; Umbrellas and raincoats were out; and people lunged on to the share taxis headed to various destinations. We boarded a CST bound Taxi and reached the station in about 15minutes. Avoiding the long Queues; I headed straight to a gentleman sitting near an ATVM machine.
‘Kahan jaana hai beta?’ [Where do you want to go Son?]
‘Uncle, 3 ticket Dadar ka de dijiye.’ [Uncle, please give me 3 tickets to Dadar]
Within minutes we were in the platforms. Here is where common sense was flushed and thrown away. In urgency to board the next Dadar bound local, we boarded a Karjat Fast and didn’t even realize it until we pulled out of CST.
WE HAD BOARDED A KARJAT FAST DURING PEAK HOURS AND WERE SUPPOSED TO GET DOWN AT DADAR.
Realization dawned on us quite late; due to the heavy rains; tracks were submerged near the ramp before Masjid; and locals followed a caution of 15kmph. Railway staff was busy in pumping out the water. It was at that time I paid some partial attention to the lady whose voice echoed amidst the chaos in the coach.
“.................................... karjat .................................... 15 dabba..........................; pudil station byculla”
I silenced the other two who were chitchatting away right next to me; and asked them to pay attention. By then; the Hindi Announcement also came to an end; and the aunty started speaking in angrezi.......
“This is a 15 car Fast Local bound for Karjat, Next station is Byculla”; this was enough to freeze all of us for a moment.
I yelled at them; ‘Ada paavigala; erum bodhu gavanikkave illaya da? Ellathayum vittutu Karjat vandi laya erradhu?’ [You Idiots; didn’t you notice while boarding? Of all the locals, you had to board a Karjat Fast ?]
All three of us started discussing the perils we would face while getting down; a gentleman interrupted our discussion.
‘Thambi, endha ooru neenga?’ [Brother, Where are you from?]
‘Chennai Sir’ [I responded.]
‘Dadar la dhaane eranganum? Naanum ange dhan eranga poren, naan solra maadhri seyyunga’ he said – [You want to get down at Dadar right? I am also going to get down there; do as I say]
‘Station platform ku ulla pona udane; konjam doorathula oru First Class board onnu varum, appo ready aayikonga. Konjam doorathula rendavadhu board varum, adhu thaandina udane running laye erangirunga. Vandi nikkara varaikkum porumaya irundha ungala eranga vida maatanga; ulla thalli vitturuvanga. Naan correct ah signal kudukkaren; adhe follow panni erangidunga’
[As soon as the train enters the station; in a little distance, a First Class Board will appear; get ready at that time. In some more distance; one more First Class board will come, at that time get down while the train is still in motion. If you wait for the train to stop, the crowd won’t allow you to get down. I will give you the signal at the exact place; get down immediately.]
It was just like how he described; as we approached Dadar, there was this sea of people waiting to board the train. And the gentleman got down as described; and the three of us followed suit. Thankfully, we didn’t get crushed underfoot. I swear, never am I going to board a Karjat Fast again, in my life. The gentleman was probably headed to the Western line; I gave him a wave to thank him; as he disappeared into the crowd on the FOB.
Then later; after some snacks from a stall on pf5; we settled on a bench towards the KYN end of pf6, watching all locals and Express trains go by. The Chennai bound ‘Super’ was already occupying pf7& the Tirunelveli bound Superfast Express was on pf8. It was then that I saw the crowd of all outgoing locals. It was enough to make me back down on my decision of taking an EMU ride to LTT. At around 18:45; just as the Vidarbha Express announcements got the crowd on pf5 buzzing about; I decided to take a Taxi to LTT. The lashing rains and Mumbai’s infamous traffic made me take this step. A Taxi was asked for; and I agreed for the price of Rs. 500; and reached LTT in just about 40minutes. Later, local RFs made me realize that the meter fare would have turned out much lesser; one more lesson – learned the hard way.....
16. THE PATIENT WAIT AT LTT; and a COMEDY TURNED TRAGEDY
After buying some dinner; I went to the Sleeper Class Waiting room on pf1, my cell and camera batteries required some charging. I was constantly in touch with Akshay, when another friend called up. This guy is my neighbour in Bangalore; and was travelling in my train with me upto Bangalore, albeit in a different coach. He left from his brother-in-law’s house in Bhayandar at around 19:00, which on a non-monsoon day should have been just right. But his bad luck was dancing on his head; his local was held up somewhere near Goregaon for about 45minutes, and thereon moved very slowly. He got down at Andheri at 21:30, and managed an Auto from there to LTT. Despite all the desperate attempts by the ‘bechara Auto Driver’, they couldn’t make it before 22:40, my memories of missing KSK got refreshed.
In his own words; he arrived at 22:40; paid the Auto Driver; and ran into the station. He saw the digital display board saying “11013 Coimbatore Express D 22:35 PF 4” and jumped into the train on pf1, and onto the tracks of pf2, only to find Kushinagar on pf3& his train missing from pf4. He requested me to pull the chain and hold the train for a bit; but I politely refused; not used to doing such activities.
There were a line of arrivals and departures at that time; LTT-Shalimar departed from pf2 at 22:00; followed by LTT-Rajendranagar (T) express at 22:15 from pf5. The next in line was my train which was led by a KJM WDP4 and departed on time. Saket Express arrived at around 21:00, and pulled into pf1.
Negotiating the turnouts, my train twisted and turned its way out of Mumbai; as I bade goodbye to the financial capital of India; swearing to come prepared next time. It was time to head home as of now.
17. THE JOURNEY BACK HOME; a PRAYER TO REPEAT HISTORY.
The LTT – CBE Express crawled through the waterlogged 5th and 6th line stretch upto Thane; invariably delaying the run. We took a good 65minutes to reach Thane; stopping and starting quite frequently. The Mumbai Solapur Siddeshwar Express overtook my train as we were struggling to pick up speed. With three back to back departures in a span of 35mins; water-logging doesn’t really help maintain the pace. Akshay gave me a call to verify that that my train had departed. I promised to stay awake till Kalyan to look out for TTE. But the TTE didn’t make his appearance at all; missed the train due to traffic jam maybe?
As we pulled into Pune, I woke up to realize that we were close to 1hour late. We came to a halt on pf3; I looked out for Akshay; and could see him banging the door. It was latched from the inside. I immediately went and opened it. And both of us woke the guy sleeping on Akshay’s berth; the guy’s seat was in S5; and he had fallen asleep in the same berth no. in S4. No energy left to chitchat anymore; the two of us wished each other Goodnight and went to sleep; only to wake up a couple of stations before Solapur. The delay of 1hour was maintained. I was nervous. This train has a horrible history of late arrivals at Bangalore City; with arrivals in the range of 22:15 to 01:30hrs; instead of the scheduled 21:50.
A few weeks prior to this trip, I had gone to receive Appa who was coming by 12027 Shatabdi Express from Chennai. Surprisingly that day; the 11013 CBE express arrived SBC on time at 21:50& and the Shatabdi ended up arriving 20mins late. I would have loved it if this episode were to repeat. The present scenario didn’t seem favourable though. As we pulled into Solapur; Akshay quickly bade me goodbye and ran towards the Ticket counter to buy a ticket for the further journey to his home. He boarded the Basava Express which arrived at the same time. The only respite he had was that there was a loco reversal for Basava Express at Solapur and he could come back in time to board it. We pulled out after a scheduled 10mins halt. New Delhi bound Karnataka Express crossed us at Hotgi Jn. led by twin GTL WDM3Ds.
Tilati is a totally different station now. It is not what it used to be about 18months ago. The station now has 2 loops apart from the mainline and the second platform is also ready. Doubling has eaten away a beautiful station with scissors crossing layout. I still remember seeing a board at the home signal of this station in the WADI end; ‘NO LOOP FOR KARNATAKA EXPRESS AND BTPN’. The use of that board had come to an end now.
YPR SUR Superfast was looped for us in Akalkot road& Wadi Solapur Passenger crossed us at Ganagapur road. As we barrelled ahead at MPS; the blue sky with cotton-like clouds gave a welcome relief from the constant rains over the previous few days. The run between Solapur and Wadi was spectacular. The special spotting in this stretch was the scissors crossing at Bablad with the Mumbai bound Udyan Express. We got the starter as soon as Udyan entered the loop and started reversing into the back end line. It was a nice parallel run with the reversing Udyan. Our delay had come down to 40minutes by the time we reached Gulbarga.
A Lot of unreserved Passengers boarded the train at Gulbarga and some of them went upto Krishna; the river had a fair amount of water. Most of the other passengers got down at Raichur. A Passenger train headed towards Gulbarga departed immediately after we entered Wadi Jn. On any other day, due to the delay with which we had reached Wadi, we would have been overtaken by the Pune Secunderabad Shatabdi Express. But that day, the Shatabdi itself was delayed by about 40minutes. This meant we could walk out of Wadi Jn. without any further increase in delay.
Turn right; Proceed to Bangalore City.
Bangalore Nanded Express headed by a GTL WDM3D; Chennai Mumbai mail led by a GY WDM3D; Kanniyakumari Mumbai Jayanthi Janata Express led by yet another GY WDM3D; were some of the key crossings in the otherwise damp run from Wadi to Guntakal. A nice siesta post Manthralayam rd, saw me wake up at Guntakal home. We were still lagging behind by about 30minutes; when we pulled into pf5. After an extended 20min halt, we departed towards Gooty Jn. As the KJM EMD was cooling its heels in pf5; the Dadar bound 12164 Super Express arrived pf4, led by AJJ WAP1 22007. A Pune WDG3A was ready to take charge of the same train till Pune.
It was a brisk run upto Gooty Jn., from where we took a right turn to move towards Bangalore. We were about to enter that stretch where 11013 usually gets delayed on most occasions, since it is the only train on most days which arrives Bangalore from this side in the evening. In most cases, this train is looped for all outgoing trains departing from Bangalore in the afternoon. Some smart controlling and the delay is usually maintained or reduced; if otherwise, 11013 bears the brunt. My anxiousness was getting the better of me. I was even considering going upto Hosur or Dharmapuri in case we were delayed a lot; since even an Express bus fare from Dharmapuri would be cheaper than the Auto fare I would have to pay from SBC to home; that I would be wasting more time is another story but hey, it was cheaper.
But fortunately; the delay didn’t increase. The weather became more pleasant as we moved towards Dharmavaram. Bangalore Cantt Vijayawada Passenger crossed led by a GTL ALCo. A couple of unscheduled halts later, we crawled into pf1 of Dharmavaram Jn.; where we crossed the Jaipur bound bi-weekly Superfast Express led by MLY WDM3A twins. The train pulled out of pf2 as soon as we came to a halt on pf1. Bhubaneshwar bound Prasanthi Express crossed us at Satya Sai Prasanthi Nilayam, a scheduled halt for both trains. Later on GY WDP4D led Kondaveedu Express was looped for us in some wayside station. Pretty soon, we reached Chakarlapalli and entered the loop for allowing the Yeshvantpur Kacheguda express to pass. At the very next station Malugur, we were looped again; this time for a crossing with our counterpart; the 11014 Coimbatore Mumbai LTT express, led by a KJM WDP4. It was twilight by this time, and as we crossed Hindupur, darkness had set in. Basava Express crossed us at Hindupur; followed by Bangalore City Hindupur passenger at Someshwara. Bangalore City Kacheguda Superfast led by KJM WDG3A twins crossed at Thondebhavi. Yeshvantpur Bidar Express led by a KJM WDM3A, was waiting in Makalidurga loop as we cruised past. At Oddarahalli, we were looped to make way for the New Delhi bound Karnataka Express, led by twin GTL WDM3Ds. Bad luck was when we were received into pf1 of Doddaballapur, pf2 was occupied by a freighter (blocking the view), and in a few minutes; the Nizamuddin bound Rajdhani express rushed through

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2 posts - Sun Oct 02, 2016

  
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Oct 02 2016 (18:45)
LHB for TN Express~   921 blog posts   181 correct pred (72% accurate)
Re# 1986405-10            Tags   Past Edits
Thanks!
None were unnecessary, all appear in this report

  
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Oct 03 2016 (15:04)
Lucknow Metro~   2360 blog posts   9 correct pred (47% accurate)
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This is easily the most detailed trip report I have read in a while.

  
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Dec 22 2016 (17:54)
Miss you ಚಾಲುಕ್ಯ~   349 blog posts   52 correct pred (69% accurate)
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Its just to increase the no. of Ratings as anyone opening a particular train forum will see the post even if the train has nothing to do with the above report. So yes it is a kind of "Spamming" in IRI

  
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Jan 02 2017 (17:02)
Yash Railographer~   351 blog posts   66 correct pred (75% accurate)
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Really nice write up. And I can feel the problems faced in Mumbai since i am mumbaikar but everything was amazing. It kept me engaged. I am thankful to god that my native place is in Konkan. Such a beautiful place, but monsoons highly affect KR. Keep writing and keep travelling!! I also subscribe to your channel and please subscribe mine too- Yash Railographer.

  
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Jan 02 2017 (22:29)
LHB for TN Express~   921 blog posts   181 correct pred (72% accurate)
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I'm sure you'd have read the report in full if such keen is your observation. Would request you to point me out one "SPECIFIC" example where one specific tag has NOT been mentioned in the report
  
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Journey: Sun Jan 01, 2017 @ 15:58
Class: AC 3-tier - 3A   |   Tot Seats: Avbl 97   |   Charting: < 12:45
Travel: UD/Udupi   to   LTT/Lokmanya Tilak Terminus   |   815 km / 883 km
12620/Matsyagandha Express
Entry# 2083616

PNR: 474-xxxxxxx (E-Ticket)   |   Similar PNRs
Posted Status as of: Dec 07 2016 (20:50)
Passenger 1: Waitlist# 35 (Booking Status: W/L 57,GNWL)
Passenger 2: Waitlist# 36 (Booking Status: W/L 58,GNWL)
Passenger 3: Waitlist# 37 (Booking Status: W/L 59,GNWL)
Passenger 4: Waitlist# 38 (Booking Status: W/L 60,GNWL)
Passenger 5: Waitlist# 39 (Booking Status: W/L 61,GNWL)
Passenger 6: Waitlist# 40 (Booking Status: W/L 62,GNWL)
Total Fare:  8190
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Latest Status as of: Jan 01 2017 (10:43)
Passenger 1: RB3 55 (Booking Status: W/L 57,GNWL)
Passenger 2: RB3 55 (Booking Status: W/L 58,GNWL)
Passenger 3: RB3 47 (Booking Status: W/L 59,GNWL)
Passenger 4: Waitlist# 1 (Booking Status: W/L 60,GNWL)
Passenger 5: Waitlist# 2 (Booking Status: W/L 61,GNWL)
Passenger 6: Waitlist# 3 (Booking Status: W/L 62,GNWL)
Total Fare:  8190
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Full PNR Status History (5 statuses)
Status as of: Jan 01 2017 (10:43)
Passenger 1: RB3 55 (Booking Status: W/L 57,GNWL)
Passenger 2: RB3 55 (Booking Status: W/L 58,GNWL)
Passenger 3: RB3 47 (Booking Status: W/L 59,GNWL)
Passenger 4: Waitlist# 1 (Booking Status: W/L 60,GNWL)
Passenger 5: Waitlist# 2 (Booking Status: W/L 61,GNWL)
Passenger 6: Waitlist# 3 (Booking Status: W/L 62,GNWL)
Total Fare:  8190
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Status as of: Jan 01 2017 (10:35)
Passenger 1:  (Booking Status: W/L 57,GNWL)
Passenger 2:  (Booking Status: W/L 58,GNWL)
Passenger 3:  (Booking Status: W/L 59,GNWL)
Passenger 4:  (Booking Status: W/L 60,GNWL)
Passenger 5:  (Booking Status: W/L 61,GNWL)
Passenger 6:  (Booking Status: W/L 62,GNWL)
Total Fare:  8190
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Status as of: Jan 01 2017 (10:33)
Passenger 1: Waitlist# 4 (Booking Status: W/L 57,GNWL)
Passenger 2: Waitlist# 5 (Booking Status: W/L 58,GNWL)
Passenger 3: Waitlist# 6 (Booking Status: W/L 59,GNWL)
Passenger 4: Waitlist# 7 (Booking Status: W/L 60,GNWL)
Passenger 5: Waitlist# 8 (Booking Status: W/L 61,GNWL)
Passenger 6: Waitlist# 9 (Booking Status: W/L 62,GNWL)
Total Fare:  8190
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Status as of: Dec 31 2016 (01:49)
Passenger 1: Waitlist# 11 (Booking Status: W/L 57,GNWL)
Passenger 2: Waitlist# 12 (Booking Status: W/L 58,GNWL)
Passenger 3: Waitlist# 13 (Booking Status: W/L 59,GNWL)
Passenger 4: Waitlist# 14 (Booking Status: W/L 60,GNWL)
Passenger 5: Waitlist# 15 (Booking Status: W/L 61,GNWL)
Passenger 6: Waitlist# 16 (Booking Status: W/L 62,GNWL)
Total Fare:  8190
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Status as of: Dec 07 2016 (20:49)
Passenger 1: Waitlist# 35 (Booking Status: W/L 57,GNWL)
Passenger 2: Waitlist# 36 (Booking Status: W/L 58,GNWL)
Passenger 3: Waitlist# 37 (Booking Status: W/L 59,GNWL)
Passenger 4: Waitlist# 38 (Booking Status: W/L 60,GNWL)
Passenger 5: Waitlist# 39 (Booking Status: W/L 61,GNWL)
Passenger 6: Waitlist# 40 (Booking Status: W/L 62,GNWL)
Total Fare:  8190
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Re# 2083616-1            Tags   Past Edits
Latest Status as of: Today (10:35AM) Status Refreshed.
Passenger 1: (Booking Status: W/L 57,GNWL)
Passenger 2: (Booking Status: W/L 58,GNWL)
Passenger 3: (Booking Status: W/L 59,GNWL)
Passenger 4: (Booking Status: W/L
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60,GNWL)
Passenger 5: (Booking Status: W/L 61,GNWL)
Passenger 6: (Booking Status: W/L 62,GNWL)
Total Fare: 8190
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