Tirhut Express 13158 train route

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Muzaffarpur to Kolkata Tirhut Express 13158 train schedule cloud_download

HaltAvg. Delay*DayDistancePlatform
1 Muzaffarpur Jn
( MFP )
-N.A1 0 km 4
2 Samastipur Jn
( SPJ )
N.A1 52 km 4
3 Dalsingh Sarai
( DSS )
N.A1 75 km 2
4 Barauni Jn
( BJU )
N.A1 103 km 8
5 Luckeesarai Jn
( LKR )
N.A1 141 km 1
6 Jhajha
( JAJ )
N.A1 196 km 2
7 Jasidih Jn
( JSME )
N.A1 240 km 1
8 Madhupur Jn
( MDP )
N.A1 269 km 4
9 Chittaranjan
( CRJ )
N.A1 325 km 2
10 Asansol Jn
( ASN )
N.A1 350 km 5
11 Durgapur
( DGR )
N.A1 392 km 4
12 Barddhaman Jn
( BWN )
N.A2 456 km 3
13 Naihati Jn
( NH )
N.A2 532 km 5
14 Kolkata Chitpur
( KOAA )
-N.A2 567 km 3
*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.

Muzaffarpur to Kolkata Tirhut Express 13158 timing

Tirhut Express (13158) runs from Muzaffarpur to Kolkata. It departs from Muzaffarpur Jn station (MFP) at from platform 4 and arrives at Kolkata Chitpur station (KOAA) at on platform 3. Tirhut Express takes 13 hrs 20 mints to cover the distance of 567 km between Muzaffarpur and Kolkata. It is a non-superfast train. The average speed of this train is 42 kmph. It has classes Second AC (2A), Third AC (3A) and Sleeper (SL). This train runs on Wednesday. Final chart for Tirhut Express is prepared at Muzaffarpur usually 3-4 hours before train departure time.

Tirhut Express 13158 route

Tirhut Express starts from Muzaffarpur Jn (MFP) at , reaches Samastipur Jn (SPJ) at , Barauni Jn (BJU) at , Jhajha (JAJ) at , Jasidih Jn (JSME) at , Asansol Jn (ASN) at , Durgapur (DGR) at and Barddhaman Jn (BWN) at . It arrives at Kolkata Chitpur on second day at . It stops at 12 stations in its route between Muzaffarpur Jn and Kolkata Chitpur. Passengers use 13158 Tirhut Express to travel mostly from Muzaffarpur to Kolkata, Muzaffarpur to Naihati Jn, Dalsingh Sarai to Kolkata, Samastipur Jn to Barddhaman Jn and Muzaffarpur to Asansol.

About Muzaffarpur

Muzaffarpur is a city located in North Bihar. It is fourth largest city of Bihar after Patna, Gaya and Bhagalpur. This region has very fertile land and is famous for Shahi litchis. But the downside is that this area has been prone to floods. It also lies on highly active seismic zone of India. Most popular language of Muzaffarpur is Bajjika. Baba Garib Asthan Mandir is one of the oldest temple of lord Shiva situated in Muzaffarpur. It is well connected to the rest of India by rails and roads. Muzaffarpur railway junction has direct trains to almost all major cities of India.

About Kolkata

Kolkata, also know as Calcutta is the capital city of West Bengal and is located at the bank of Hoogly river. It (then Calcutta) served as the capital of British-held territories in India until 1911, after which Delhi was made capital of India. No trip to Kolkata is complete without a visit to the Victoria Memorial, an architectural marvel built in Queen Victoria's name. It has an incredible museum inside. When is Kolkata, never miss the iconic Howrah Bridge. You can also enjoy a sunset cruise on the Hooghly River which passes under the Howrah Bridge. Other places to visit are Mangal Pandey Park and the Dakshineswar Kali Temple, built on the banks of the Ganga. Kolkata is well-connected to all major Indian cities by air, rail and road. This city has three railway stations and an airport named Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport. The airport is 14 km away from the Sealdah railway station. Kolkata ranks the top among the six cities in terms of public transport system.The Kolkata Metro is the oldest underground mass transit system in India. Kolkata is the only Indian city with a tram network, but the tram services are limited to certain areas of the city only. When it comes to food Kolkata is known for its variety of street food like famous kathi rolls, but the key elements of Kolkata's cuisine include rice and a fish curry known as machher jhol. This can be accompanied by desserts such as roshogolla, sandesh, and a sweet yoghurt known as mishti dohi.