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Yasir Mohammad   1 blog posts
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How to parcel a bike via train from New Delhi Railway Station ?
If you are thinking of sending you bike via train than you have reached the right place coz first timers could face a lot of problem at New Delhi Station(Complete Chaos at the parcel Office) & frequent run offs from platform 1 & platform 16 will completely exhaust you.
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Here
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is how you can sending your items without facing much of a problem.
Documents Required
1-Copy of ID proof( PAN CARD, DRIVING LICENSE, PASSPORT Xerox Copy)
2-Copy of RC ( ID proof & RC should be in same name)
3-Reservation Ticket Required ( No e-ticket, Counter ticket required, sleeper or above). They will not accept your documents until you have a reservation ticket.
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4-Pack the bike yourself or any help at station(charges Rs-200/). Lot of guys will come and ask you for packing the bike.(Remove petrol first)
5-Fill the requisition form from Counter No-07.
6-Take the bike to the shed(where all the packed bikes are stationed) and get it signed by the shed incharge on the filled form, Leave the bike in the shed.
7-Submit the documents with filled form at the counter.
8-They give you two slips blue and red, (charges would be around Rs-1100/- for a bike)
9-Goto the shed again get ur bike marked up with a marker by the shed incharge and hand him the blue slip that you received from the counter. Blue slip will be tied around the bike handle(He will ask Rs-50 tip).
10-Keep the Red slip, it has to be shown at the destination station to get the bike.
11-Job Done
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Instructions if you are in New Delhi
1- Parcel Office is located on Ajmeri Gate side- Platform-16,Right End of the platform.Don't do the mistake of parking the bike at Paharganj Side.
2-But if you don't have the Reservation ticket, you will have to buy one from Paharganj Side(e-tickets are not considered valid).
2-Outside of the Railway Station Paharganj side, move towards Cannaught Place half kilometers.There is a separate IRCTC reservation building on the left hand side of the road.
I hope this post will help most of the first timers..Good Luck
Sent from BlackBerry® on Airtel

  
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Jan 05 2014 (15:18)
AKGarg*   22845 blog posts   2011 correct pred (78% accurate)
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Very useful info. Added to FAQ.
/faq/post/1747

  
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Jan 24 2014 (13:50)
Ajay Bunty   1 blog posts
Re# 955566-2            Tags   Past Edits
Hi,
Can you help me as to how am i supposed to proceed further if i have to send a parcel of about 70 kilos in sheshadri express from Bangalore uptill Rajahmundry?
What bothers me is the train stops at the station only for about 2 to 3 min. so, will they accept it?
kindly revert
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