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Kolkata Mail 12322 Train

Kolkata Mail 12322 provides express transportation service from Mumbai to Kolkata. It began operations in March 1870 and comes under the Eastern Railway Zone (ER). Known for its superfast service, Kolkata Mail Express covers an overall distance of 2,160 km and halts at 47 different stations including Dadar, Igatpuri, Jalgaon Junction, Burhanpur, Khandwa, Jabalpur, Gaya Junction, Raniganj, and Panagarh. Kolkata Mail 12322 train is considered as one of the best trains for traveling from Mumbai to Kolkata.

Why Kolkata Mail Express 12322?

The Kolkata Mail 12322 train offers a pleasant travel experience, with very short halt durations and excellent catering services.

The Perks Of Riding The Kolkata Mail Express Train

• Kolkata Mail Express has a pantry car for serving food on-board. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food items are available on the menu.
• The train also offers e-catering service so that you can order meals as per your liking, much prior to your journey. Your meal will be delivered to you at your seat.
•  The compartments are clean, with well-maintained seating areas and washrooms.

Train Coach & Schedule

The Kolkata Mail 12322 runs on all days of the week offering a relaxed journey. The various coaches in the train includes First Class A/C (1A), Sleeper Class (SL), A/C 2 tier coach (2A), A/C 3 tier coach (3A), General Class (GN), and one pantry car. Usually departing from platform number 18 of Mumbai Terminus (CST/CSTM) at 9:30 PM, the train arrives at Howrah Junction (HWH) in platform number 14 at 11:45 PM (after 2 nights).

Average Speed & The Time Traveled

The Kolkata Mail 12322 train travels at a speed of 56 kmph and covers a distance in 38 hours and 15 minutes. It takes you from Mumbai to Kolkata in the least travel time halting for just about 2 to 5 minutes at every stop.

About The Destination

On reaching Howrah, make sure you take some time out for exploring some of the city’s top places of interest. If you are a lover of art and architecture, you must visit the Marble Palace, Victoria Memorial, The Writers’ Building, National Library, Jorasanko Thakur Bari, and Fort William. A visit to the popular temples of Kolkata, such as the Birla Mandir, Dakshineswar Kali Temple, and Belur Mutt, will give you an insight into Kolkata’s spiritual life as well as architectural marvels. Howrah Bridge or Rabindra Setu is the world’s sixth-longest cantilever bridge and a must-visit attraction in Kolkata. You can shop for jewelry, clothes, food items, etc. at the New Market and Bara Bazaar that sell these items at the bargained rate. Savor all kind of flavorful foods of Kolkata, right from Lassi and old Rabri to Kathi Rolls and Puchkas at the various street food stalls adorning the city.