Azamgarh to Lokmanyatilak T Train Tickets
4 trains run between Azamgarh and the capital of Maharashtra, Mumbai. The trains pass through the states of Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, and Uttar Pradesh. Temperature in Mumbai can drop from 26°C during the day to 22°C at night. 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.
The fastest of all the trains on this route is CPR LTT Express, taking 29 hours and 40 mins to cover 1551 kms. It is available on Mon, Thu and Sat. It departs from Azamgarh at 10:15 and reaches Lokmanyatilak T at 16:15 on the next day. AMH LTT EXP takes the most time to reach Mumbai, covering a distance of 1551 kms in 30 hours and 55 mins. Passengers can get on and off the train at 17 stations along this route.
The earliest train leaving Azamgarh at 05:20 is AMH LTT EXP while CPR LTT Express, the last train leaves at 10:15. Few trains like AMH LTT EXP and CPR LTT Express halt at Allahabad Jn (20 mins) and Shahganj Jn (11 mins) respectively where food can be bought from the station canteens.
There is a high likelihood of a train passing through Jabalpur, Itarsi Jn and Bhusaval Jn stations, as these are the most common stations along this route.Of all the trains, 3 trains run directly between Azamgarh and Lokmanyatilak T - AMH LTT EXP, CPR LTT Express and Godan Express.
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