Allahabad Jn to Lokmanyatilak T Train Tickets
Indian Railways operate 17 trains between Allahabad and Mumbai. The trains encompass through the states of Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and more. Mumbai originally had 22 hills out of which only 13 see the light of the day today. Malabar Hills is the highest point amongst all the hills. Other notable hills in the city include Cumbala Hills, Antop hills, Gilbert Hill, Pali Hill and Mazagaon hill. A clear sky can be expected in Mumbai, where people experience a temperature of 26°C during the day which can drop to 22°C at night.
GCT Bdts EXP takes the most time to reach Mumbai, covering a distance of 1691 kms in 30 hours and 45 mins. ALD LTT Duronto is the fastest among all the trains that run along this route covering a distance of 1348 kms in 19 hours and 25 mins. It departs from Allahabad Jn at 19:30 and reaches Lokmanyatilak T at 14:55 on the next day.
There is a high likelihood of a train passing through Kalyan Jn, Satna and Itarsi Jn stations, as these are the most common stations along this route.Some trains like FD LTT SF EXP, AMH LTT EXP, RNC LTT Express, CPR LTT Express, Godan Express and more run directly between Allahabad Jn and Lokmanyatilak T. To avoid local travel hassle one may chose ALD LTT Duronto, as it is the only train that runs between Allahabad and Mumbai without taking any halts.
You can opt for the earliest train, GCT Bdts EXP that leaves Allahabad Jn at 01:05 or catch the last train, BSB LTT SUP EXP departing Allahabad Jn at 23:30. There are some trains like FD LTT SF EXP and CPR LTT Express that stop at 12:55 (Jabalpur) and 20:30 (Satna) respectively where you can avail food.
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