Sapthagiri COVID 19 Special 06008 train route

Runs Daily
No Pantry Car
Class - CC 2S

Tirupati to Chennai Sapthagiri COVID 19 Special 06008 train schedule cloud_download

HaltAvg. Delay*DayDistancePlatform
1 Tirupati Main
( TPTY )
-N.A1 0 km 1
2 Renigunta Jn
( RU )
N.A1 10 km 1,3
3 Puttur
( PUT )
N.A1 33 km 3
4 Ekambarakuppam
( EKM )
N.A1 47 km 1
5 Tiruttani
( TRT )
N.A1 64 km 3
6 Arakkonam
( AJJ )
N.A1 78 km 4
7 Tiruvallur
( TRL )
N.A1 105 km 1
8 Perambur
( PER )
N.A1 141 km 1
9 Chennai Central
( MAS )
-N.A1 147 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.

Tirupati to Chennai Sapthagiri COVID 19 Special 06008 timing

Sapthagiri COVID 19 Special (06008) runs from Tirupati to Chennai. It departs from Tirupati Main station (TPTY) at from platform 1 and arrives at Chennai Central station (MAS) at . Sapthagiri COVID 19 Special takes 3 hrs 25 mints to cover the distance of 147 km between Tirupati and Chennai. It is a non-superfast train. The average speed of this train is 43 kmph. It has classes Chair Car (CC) and Second Seater (2S). This train runs daily. Final chart for Sapthagiri COVID 19 Special is prepared at Tirupati usually 3-4 hours before train departure time.

About Tirupati

Tirupati is a city in Andhra Pradesh. Tirupati Balaji also known as Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is one of the most renowned temples in India located at one of the hilltops of Tirumala Hills. This temple is the richest in terms of donations it receives and most visited temples in the world. The Prasad of the temple Tirupati Ladoos are patented and are available online. Tirupati is also home to Asia's second largest zoo. The city is well connected via road and railways and has an International airport located at Renigunta, a suburb of Tirupati 14 kms away from Tirupati and 40 Kms away from the temple.

About Chennai

The city of Chennai in Tamil Nadu, formely known as Madras, India and the headquarters of the Southern Railway Zone, is a major rail transport hub in the country. Chennai Central Railway Station designed in British colonial style by architect Henry Irwin and also known as the Gateway to the South. It is one of the most important railway hubs in South India and stands as one of the busiest in the nation. The next station to Chennai Central, Basin Bridge Junction, is the railway junction where three different lines meet. Chennai has an international airport Chennai International Airport. It is the fourth busiest airport in India and 47th busiest airport in Asia. Chennai is the land of beautiful temples, and reels in tourists from different corners of the world. There is of course Mahabalipuram (nicknamed Mahabs), which displays Dravidian architecture on monuments, right by the beach side. Kapaleeshwar Temple is a wondrous temple to take a peek into. This Shiva temple was also constructed in the 7th century. Chennai is known for its delicacies: dosas and idlis. A place to get some great tasting South Indian food is the 'Adyar Anand Bhavan,' known for serving pure, delicious vegetarian goodness. To capture the diverse cultures of South India, Chennai has an authentic heritage home called 'Dakshichitra.' There are many cool exhibitions showcasing dance, art, craft activities, and much more. Some of the places to visit in Chennai Vandalur Zoo, Known to be one of Asia's largest open-air zoos, the Besant Nagar Beach, or Elliots Beach, but referred to as 'Bessie' and a mysterious and potentially eerie spot known as the 'Broken Bridge' lies just a bit beyond the beach. Pondy Bazaar and T Nagar are popular bazaar for shopping.