Tracing paper to Mumbai in Paschim Express


The Indian Railway Catering And Tourism Corporation offers 2 trains between the Kalka train station in Haryana and the Mumbai Bandra Terminus station; Paschim Express and Kerala Sampark Kranti Express. Kerala Sampark Kranti Express runs only once a week on Wednesday, where Paschim Express operates every day. The journey by the Paschim express train No. 2926A takes about 29 hours, starting from Kalki, Haryan at 10:20 IST and covering a distance of almost 1676 kilometers and reaching Mumbai at 15:15 IST on day 2. The pantry serves both vegetarians and non-vegetarian food.

Paschim Express is a train with a length of 654 meters and travels at an average speed of 65 kilometers per hour and stops at 32 stations between Kalk and Mumbai. Covers some major locations in India, such as Ambala Cantt. Junction, Panipat Junction, New Delhi, Kota Junction, Vadodara Junction, Mumbai Andheri, and then finally arrives at platform number 14 at Mumbai Bandra Terminus station. This train has 3 different seat classes, i.e. General General, Sleeper Class and AC 3-tier. The general class fee is 243 rupees, the sleeping class is 465 rupees, and level 3 AC is 1252 rupees. Pillows, blankets and sheets are provided to passengers traveling on level 3, but passengers in the sleeping class should wear their own sheets and pillows. Level 3 AC also offers features such as charging a mobile phone and charging a laptop, which are not available at all and for sleepers.

Tickets for this train can be made online on the Indian Railway website 3 months in advance.