Aurangabad: The South Central Railway (SCR) has partially restored the rail connectivity to the temple town of Tirupati from Nanded division by resuming one special train.
The Tirupati-Adilabad special train (07405) will run daily at 5.50 am from January 27. In the return direction, the train (07406) will leave every day at 9.05 pm from January 28, an official release said.
public relations officer (Nanded division) Rajesh Shinde said Umri, Mudkhed, Bhokar, Himayatnagar, Sahastrakund, Bodhadi Bujrug and Kinwat are among the railway stations from Nanded division of Marathwada that fall on the route to Tirupati. “Passengers are requested to note that all the special trains are fully reserved trains and no passenger should come to the railway station without a confirmed ticket. For the convenience of the passengers adequate reservation counters are being operated at all important railway stations,” he said.
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