Jamshedpur : The bi-weekly Tatanagar-Mumbai Antyodaya Express resumed its journey from the Tatanagar railway station on Sunday. The train left Tatanagar railway station at 9.55 pm. It will take round 24 hours to reach Lokmanya Tilak Terminus in Mumbai.
Notably, the train which was introduced in March last year had to be
cancelled by South Eastern Railway in November as the maintenance hub
( or washing line ) at Tatanagar station is being renovated.
The train is scheduled to leave LTT on Tuesday and Saturday at 1.20pm.
From Tatanagar, the train will leave on every Thursday and Sunday at
9.55pm. In the Chakradharpur division, the train will stop at three
stations – Jharsuguda, Rourkela and Chakradharpur- after starting
journey from Tatanagar, said the spokesperson.
The coaches of the train are fully unreserved, LHB second class with
several modern amenities like water purifiers, fire extinguishers, anti-theft arrangement, cushioned luggage racks and LED lights. The toilets in the train have been made on lines of an AC-1st class Rajdhani Express.