Diversion of trains due to non-interlocking works
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Diversion of trains due to non-interlocking works

March 28, 2019

Mysuru:  Due to non-interlocking works from 28.3.2019 to 5.4.2019 between Makalidurga and Devarpalli Stations for commissioning of doubling of track in Yelahanka to Dharmavaram section of Bengaluru division of South Western Railway, the following trains are diverted:

1. Train No.12975 Mysuru to Jaipur Superfast Express journey commencing on 28.3.2019, 30.3.2019 and 4.4.2019 is diverted to run via Hassan, Arsikere and Rayadurg. Skipping stoppages at Mandya, KSR Bengaluru, Bangalore Cant, Hindupur, Dharmavaram and Anantapur.

2. Train No.12976 Jaipur to Mysuru Superfast Express journey commencing on 1.4.2019 and 3.4.2019 is diverted to run via Guntakal, Rayadurg, Arsikere and Hassan skipping stoppages at Anantapur, Dharmavaram, Hindupur, Bangalore Cant, KSR Bengaluru and Mandya.

3. Train No.16217 Mysuru to Sainagar Shiradi Express journey commencing on 1.4.2019 is diverted to run via Hassan, Arsikere, Rayadurg and Bellary skipping stoppages at Mandya, Kengeri, KSR Bengaluru, Bangalore Cant, Yelahanka, Hindupur, Dharmavaram and Anantapur.

4. Train No.16218 Sainagar Shiradi to Mysuru Express journey commencing on 2.4.2019 is diverted to run via Bellary, Rayadurg, Arsikere and Hassan skipping stoppages at Anantapur, Dharmavaram, Hindupur, Yelahanka, Bangalore Cant, KSR Bengaluru, Kengeri and Mandya, according to a press release from Dr. S.G. Yatish, Sr.Divisional Commercial Manager and PRO, SWR, Mysuru Division.

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