Gorakhpur Asansol Weekly Special 03508 train route

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Class - 3A SL 2S

Gorakhpur to Asansol Gorakhpur Asansol Weekly Special 03508 train schedule cloud_download

HaltAvg. Delay*DayDistancePlatform
1 Gorakhpur Jn
( GKP )
-N.A1 0 km -
2 Deoria Sadar
( DEOS )
N.A1 49 km 3
3 Bhatni Jn
( BTT )
N.A1 70 km 4
4 Siwan Jn
( SV )
N.A1 119 km 1
5 Chhapra
( CPR )
N.A2 180 km -
6 Hajipur Jn
( HJP )
N.A2 239 km 4
7 Muzaffarpur Jn
( MFP )
N.A2 293 km -
8 Samastipur Jn
( SPJ )
N.A2 345 km -
9 Barauni Jn
( BJU )
N.A2 396 km -
10 Kiul Jn
( KIUL )
N.A2 435 km -
11 Jhajha
( JAJ )
N.A2 489 km -
12 Jasidih Jn
( JSME )
N.A2 533 km -
13 Madhupur Jn
( MDP )
N.A2 562 km -
14 Chittaranjan
( CRJ )
N.A2 618 km -
15 Asansol Jn
( ASN )
-N.A2 643 km -
*Note: Average delay is average of delays calculated over previous 7 days.
Platform no. is indicative only. Please re-check platform info at the station before boarding train.

Gorakhpur to Asansol Gorakhpur Asansol Weekly Special 03508 timing

Gorakhpur Asansol Weekly Special (03508) runs from Gorakhpur to Asansol. It departs from Gorakhpur Jn station (GKP) at and arrives at Asansol Jn station (ASN) at . Gorakhpur Asansol Weekly Special takes 14 hrs 30 mints to cover the distance of 643 km between Gorakhpur and Asansol. It is a non-superfast train. The average speed of this train is 44 kmph. It has classes Third AC (3A), Sleeper (SL) and Second Seater (2S). This train runs on Saturday. Final chart for Gorakhpur Asansol Weekly Special is prepared at Gorakhpur usually 3-4 hours before train departure time.

About Gorakhpur

Gorakhpur City has a shape of bowl, surrounded by the river and other small streams from three sides. Gorakhpur has its own cultural and historical importance. It belongs to the Great Lord Buddha, founder of Buddhism, who renounced his princely costumes at the confluence of rivers Rapti & Rohini and proceeded further in the quest of truth in 600 BC. It is also associated with Lord Mahavir, 24th tirthankar, founder of Jainism. Gorakhpur is also identified with the Gita Press, the world famous publisher of the Hindu religious books, which is fore-front in dissemination of religious and spiritual consciousness across the country. The most famous publication is 'KALYAN' magazine. The Gorakhpur Railway Station is located in the heart of the city of Gorakhpur in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It serves as the headquarters of the North Eastern Railway. The station offers Class A railway station facilities. On October 6, 2013, Gorakhpur became the world's Longest Railway platform, after inauguration of the remodeled Gorakhpur Yard, with a stretch of around 1.35 km. An air force station in Gorakhpur was established in 1963 as Gorakhpur Airport, with a variety of planes and services, most notably Jaguar fighter planes and the second oldest helicopter unit of Indian Air Force. It is one of the biggest air force stations in Asia. Mahayogi Gorakhnath Airport or Gorakhpur Airport (GOP) operates as a civil enclave at the Gorakhpur Air Force Station of the Indian Air Force.

About Asansol

Asansol is in Paschim Bardhaman district of West Bengal. It is the second largest city in West Bengal after Kolkata. Asansol is a coal mining and industrial metropolis and one of the busiest commercial centers in India. Popular tourist attractions in and near Asansol are Ghagar Buri Chandi Temple, Kalyaneshwari Temple, Nehru Park, Spandan Recreation Park, Boating at Maithon Dam and Joychandi Pahar trek. Kazi Nazrul Islam Airport is a domestic airport located at Andal, West Bengal, India. The airport serves the industrial cities of Asansol and Durgapur. The airport is roughly 15 km from Durgapur's City Centre and 25 km from Asansol's City Bus Terminus in West Bengal, India. Railways was the first employer in Asansol and is a big contributor to its economy. Asansol is one of the four divisions of Eastern Railway Zone and among the major revenue generating divisions in Indian Railways. Also, Chittaranjan Locomotive Works at Chittaranjan is one of the largest locomotive manufacturing units in the world which is just 30 km away. Currently it produces the WAP-4, WAP-5, WAP-7, WAG 7 and WAG 9 locomotives. Asansol is the eight busiest railway station in India in terms of frequency of trains after Kanpur Central, Vijayawada Junction, Delhi Junction, New Delhi, Ambala Cant, Howrah and Patna Junction. Around 289 trains starts, ends, or passes through the station daily.