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Golden Temple Malhour Express 12904 Train

Inaugurated on September 5, 1928, the Golden Temple Malhour Express or Golden Temple Mail Express served the Indian Railways as Frontier Mail from 1928 to 1966. It is a superfast train operating under the Western Railway zone and connects the Amritsar Junction (ASR) railway station to Mumbai Central (BCT). It usually departs and arrives at platform number 1 of the source and destination stations. The Golden Temple Malhour Express 12904 train halts at 33 stations, including Jalandhar City Junction, Ludhiana Junction, Hazrat Nizamuddin, Kota Junction, Ratlam Junction, and Surat. The train covers a total distance of 1893 km and passes through 302 intermediate stations.

Why Golden Temple Malhour Express 12904?

The Golden Temple Malhour Express 12904 has made a name for itself by offering excellent services to the passengers. It is renowned for its punctuality, cleanliness, and food facilities.

The Perks Of Riding The Golden Temple Malhour Express Train

• A pantry car, on-board catering, and e-catering facilities are available on the train for the convenience of the passengers.
• The train is usually punctual with a delay of only a few minutes.
• The train staff puts a lot of effort towards maintaining cleanliness in the train.

Train Coach & Schedule

The train has a total of 24 coaches, including two Seating-cum-Luggage Rake (SLR) coaches, three general coaches, two A/C 2 tier, four A/C 3 tier, and 9 sleeper coaches. Also, there are one Railway Mail Service (RMS) coach, one HA (half of the coach is A/C first class and the other half is A/C 2 tier) coach, and a pantry car. The Golden Temple Malhour Express operates on all days of the week. It departs from Amritsar Junction at 21:25 hours and arrives at Mumbai Central at 5:20 hours.

Average Speed & The Time Traveled

The Golden Temple Malhour Express 12904 train operates at an average speed of 59 kmph, taking approximately 32 hours to reach Mumbai Central.

About The Destination

Earlier known as Bombay, Mumbai is India’s center of the entertainment industry and is a multi-cultural city. Mumbai attracts many tourists by its attractive places like Marine Drive, Elephanta Caves, and Gateway of India. Famous water parks like Essel World and the Water Kingdom are located here. The city is also famous for religious places like Siddhivinayak Temple and Haji Ali Dargah. The Haji Ali Dargah houses the tomb of Saint Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari and has become a place of religious importance to people of all religions. If you love shopping, Linking Road, Colaba Causeway, Zaveri Bazar, Chor Bazar, and Hindmata Market are some among the major shopping destinations to visit. Girguam Chowpatty, Bandra Worli Sea Link, and Kanheri Caves are some other places worth visiting.