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AXK/Asokhar to SVPI/Shivpuri
2 Trains / 0 ΣChains

1 Mail/Express Trains 1 Passenger Trains
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Availability Calendar   ↩Return: SVPI⇒AXK   Filters   Dep: AXK   Arr: SVPI   
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2 Long-Distance Trains between AXK/Asokhar and SVPI/Shivpuri

No.NameTypeZoneFromPFDep ↑↑AvgToPFArrAvgDurationHaltsDep DaysClassesQtDistanceSpeed
21126Bhind - Indore Expre...ExpNCRBIX*017:10+0SVPI121:33+514h 23m5
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IISL
3A2A
GNWL207 km47 km/hr
59822Bhind - Kota Passeng...PassWCRAXK118:34-SVPI123:28+1:154h 54m16
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IISL
 189 km39 km/hr
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