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Kalka Shatbdi 12011 Train

Kalka Shatbdi Express is a superfast express train that runs daily from New Delhi to the hill station of Kalka covering a total distance of 303 km. It has 4 intermediate halts at the stations of Panipat Junction, Kurukshetra Junction, Ambala Cantonment, and Chandigarh Junction before terminating in Kalka. The train attains a peak speed of 110 km per hour from Panipat Junction to Kurukshetra Junction. Kalka Shatbdi 12011 is operated by the Northern Railway Zone of the Indian Railways.

Why Kalka Shatbdi 12011?

The Kalka Shatbdi 12011 train provides quick connectivity with less number of intermediate halts. It returns to the originating station of New Delhi on the same day that it departs to Kalka.

The Perks Of Riding The Kalka Shatbdi Train

• There are facilities for passengers to make STD and ISD calls from the train.
• This train receives the second highest priority on the Indian Railway network after the Rajdhani express trains.
• The Kalka Shatbdi Express has fully air-conditioned coaches.
• It has both on-board and e-catering facilities for passengers.
• The train provides good quality food and the cost is included in the ticket.
•  Linke-Hoffman Busch (LHB) coaches are used to ensure passenger comfort and safety.

Train Coach & Schedule

The Kalka Shatbdi 12011 has an A/C chair car and first-class A/C chair car with a total of 17 coaches. The Kalka Shatbdi Express operates on all 7 days of the week. The train usually leaves the station in New Delhi (NDLS) at 7:40 hours from platform 2 and reaches Kalka station (KLK) at 11:45 hours on platform 3 on the same day.

Average Speed & The Time Traveled

The average speed of Kalka Shatbdi 12011 train is 66 km per hour and it takes 4 hours and 5 minutes for it to travel from New Delhi to Kalka.

About The Destination

Kalka is a quaint town in the foothills of the mighty Himalayas. It derives its name from Goddess Kalika. The Kalka-Shimla Railway offers the most beautiful views of the Himalayas, which was built in the year 1903. UNESCO has named it as a World Heritage Site. The Kali Mata Temple is an ancient temple in Kalka Town. You can pay a visit to the Pinjore Gardens, which was built in the 17th century in the Mughal style of architecture. Explore the Bir Shikargah Wildlife Sanctuary where you can spot animals like Asiatic elephants, Indian leopards, Spotted and Sambar deers, and the Indian Jackal among many others.