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Kamrup 15960 Train

The Kamrup 15960 train is an express train that runs from the ‘Tea City of India’, Dibrugarh, to Howrah in West Bengal. Earlier, the train used to run between Howrah and Guwahati, which is the district headquarters of Kamrup district in Assam. It was therefore named as the Kamrup Express. Its maiden run was on May 1st in the year 1972. The route that Kamprup Express takes is a very scenic one. The first in the list is the spectacular Farakka Bridge over the Ganges. The bridge is built on top of the Farakka dam with an outstanding 109 gates. The train also passes by the wonderful tea gardens of Jalpaiguri. It halts at stations like Duliajan, Dimapur, Lumding Junction, Guwahati, Kamakhya Junction, New Jalpaiguri, Kishanganj, Katwa, and Bandel Junction. It is one of the oldest running trains in the North Frontier of the Indian Railways.

Why Kamrup 15960?

The Kamrup 15960 train was awarded the ISO certificate for offering proper amenities to the passengers. It is also renowned for its punctuality and the superior quality of food it provides.

The Perks Of Riding The Kamrup Express Train

• Kamrup 15960 train offers both on-board and e-catering services for its passengers. It has a pantry car attached.
•  Being an express train, the Kamrup Express is faster than local or passenger trains.
• There are both sleeping and seating compartments in the train.
• The train is known for its safety, maintenance of coaches, and timeliness.

Train Coach & Schedule

Kamrup Express runs on all days of the week. The trains has a total of 18 coaches in the Kamrup 15960 Train, with three A/C coaches, eleven sleeper coaches, and four general coaches. The train leaves Howrah Junction (HWH) at 17:35 and arrives at Dibrugarh (DBRG) at 5:55 on day 3.

Average Speed & The Time Traveled

Kamrup 15960 has an average speed of 43 kmph and takes 35 hours and 20 minutes to cover a total distance of 1526 km from Dibrugarh to Howrah.

About The Destination

There are many interesting places to explore in and around Howrah. The Howrah Bridge on the Hooghly River is a famous cantilever bridge that is a popular landmark of Howrah as well as Kolkata. The Eden Gardens is an iconic cricket stadium in India and is often referred to as ‘Mecca of Indian cricket’. You can pay a holy visit to the Dakshineshwar Kali Temple, a 19th-century Hindu temple that is situated on banks of River Hooghly. The Belur Math is the headquarters of the Ramakrishna Math and built in the 19th century. Millennium Park, Fort William, Writer’s Building, Vidyasagar Setu, Ramakrishna Museum, Saint John’s Church, Curzon Park, and Acharya Jagadish Chandra Bose Indian Botanic Garden are some of the other places that are worth a visit.