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B'lore-M'lore train timings

Last updated: 27 August, 2009
Bangalore, DHNS:

The inaugural run of the train between Mangalore and Yeswantpur will be flagged off by Union Minister of State for Railways K H Muniyappa, from Mangalore at 8.40 am on August 29.

 The regular train service will commence on August 31 from Yeswantpur and  on September 1 from Mangalore.

Yeswantpur-Mangalore Triweekly Express (train no 6515) will leave the City on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30 am and reach Mangalore at 5.55 pm. In the return direction, Train no 6516 will leave Mangalore at 8.40 am on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays and reach the City at 7 pm. The train will pass through Tumkur, Tiptur, Arsikere, Hassan, Sakaleshpur, Subramanya Road, Kabaka Puttur, Bantwal and reach Mangalore.


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