Mangaluru Central Puducherry Weekly Express (Via Salem) 16856 train route

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Mangalore to Puducherry Mangaluru Central Puducherry Weekly Express (Via Salem) 16856 train schedule cloud_download

Station
Arrival
Departure
HaltAvg. Delay*DayDistancePlatform
1 Mangalore Cntl
( MAQ )
Starts
-N.A1 0 km 1,3
2 Kasaragod
( KGQ )
N.A1 46 km 1
3 Kanhangad
( KZE )
N.A1 69 km 3
4 Payyanur
( PAY )
N.A1 98 km 2
5 Kannur
( CAN )
N.A1 132 km 3
6 Thalassery
( TLY )
N.A1 153 km 2
7 Mahe
( MAHE )
N.A1 162 km 2
8 Vadakara
( BDJ )
N.A1 175 km 1
9 Kozhikode
( CLT )
N.A1 221 km 1
10 Tirur
( TIR )
N.A1 262 km 3
11 Shoranur Jn
( SRR )
N.A1 307 km 4
12 Palakkad
( PGT )
N.A1 352 km 3
13 Podanur Jn
( PTJ )
N.A2 401 km -
14 Coimbatore Jn
( CBE )
N.A2 407 km 3
15 Tiruppur
( TUP )
N.A2 458 km 2
16 Erode Jn
( ED )
N.A2 508 km 1
17 Salem Jn
( SA )
N.A2 568 km 1
18 Salem Town
( SXT )
N.A2 574 km 1
19 Attur
( ATU )
N.A2 624 km 1
20 Chinna Salem
( CHSM )
N.A2 655 km 1
21 Vridhachalam Jn
( VRI )
N.A2 707 km 2
22 Villupuram Jn
( VM )
N.A2 761 km 4
23 Puducherry
( PDY )
Ends
-N.A2 799 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.

Mangaluru Central Puducherry Weekly Express (Via Salem) 16856 route

Mangaluru Central Puducherry Weekly Express (Via Salem) starts from Mangalore Cntl (MAQ) at , reaches Kannur (CAN) at , Shoranur Jn (SRR) at , Palakkad (PGT) at , Coimbatore Jn (CBE) at , Erode Jn (ED) at , Salem Jn (SA) at and Villupuram Jn (VM) at . It arrives at Puducherry on second day at . It stops at 21 stations in its route between Mangalore Cntl and Puducherry. Passengers use 16856 Mangaluru Central Puducherry Weekly Express (Via Salem) to travel mostly from Kozhikode to Puducherry, Coimbatore to Puducherry, Shoranur Jn to Puducherry, Mangalore to Coimbatore and Kozhikode to Villupuram Jn.

About Mangalore

Mangalore is a chief port city on the Arabian Sea in the Indian state of Karnataka. Mangalore got its name from the local deity Mangala Devi. Manalore has many tourist spots, temples, churches water parts and beaches. This city is called by different names in different languages. This is the only city in the world to have 9 different names for the same city. Mangalore is well connected not just by railways and roads but also by airways both domestic and international and sea ports.