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Gondwana Express

The Jabalpur - Hazrat Nizamuddin Gondwana Express (जबलपुर - हज़रत निज़ामूदिन गोंडवाना एक्सप्रेस) is a superfast express train of West Central Railway in India. It runs between Jabalpur Junction and Hazrat Nizamuddin daily.

THIS TRAIN HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED IN THE RAILWAY TIME TABLE 2013-14.

Following is a detailed Gondwana express train schedule
No. Station Arrives Departs Stop time Distance traveled
1 Jabalpur (JBP) Starts 15:55 0 0 km
2 Sihora Road (SHR) 16:26 16:28 2 min 39 km
3 Katni (KTE) 17:10 17:20 10 min 91 km
4 Bandakpur (BNU) 18:44 18:46 2 min 187 km
5 Damoh (DMO) 19:2 19:4 2 min 202 km
6 Patharia (PHA) 19:28 19:30 2 min 229 km
7 Saugor (SGO) 20:15 20:20 5 min 280 km
8 Khurai (KYE) 21:7 21:9 2 min 332 km
9 Bina Jn (BINA) 22:10 22:40 30 min 354 km
10 Lalitpur (LAR) 23:23 23:25 2 min 417 km
11 Jhansi Jn (JHS) 1:1 1:13 12 min 507 km
12 Gwalior (GWL) 2:40 2:43 3 min 604 km
13 Agra Cantt (AGC) 4:15 4:18 3 min 722 km
14 Mathura Jn (MTJ) 5:1 5:3 2 min 776 km
15 H Nizamuddin (NZM) 7:20 Ends 0 909 km
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