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World Cup special trains: World Cup Final: Indian railways announces special trains from Delhi, Mumbai to Ahmedabad. Check details here


In an effort to meet the travel demand to Ahmedabad ahead of the epic ICC Men’s World Cup final, the Indian railways has announced special trains from Delhi and Mumbai.

A special train will be leaving from Delhi to Ahmedabad on Saturday evening. After the match, the train will depart from Ahmedabad at 2:30 am for Delhi.

Similarly, the railways is running three special trains from Mumbai to Ahmedabad.

“Train No. 09001 Bandra Terminus – Ahmedabad Special will depart from Bandra Terminus on Saturday at 11.45 pm and reach Ahmedabad at 7.20 am. arriving Bandra Terminus at 12.10 pm on the same day,” TOI quoted WR chief spokesperson Sumit Thakur as saying.

This train will stop along the way at stations in both directions at Borivali, Palghar, Vapi, Valsad, Navsari, Surat, and Vadodara.

Similarly, Train 09049 Mumbai Central – Ahmedabad Special is scheduled to depart at 11:55 pm on Saturday and arrive Ahmedabad at 8:45 am on Sunday. On Monday at 6.20 am, Train No. 09050 Ahmedabad – Mumbai Central Special Ahmedabad and will reach Mumbai Central at 2.10 pm. This train will stop at stations in Borivali, Vapi, Valsad, Surat, Bharuch, and Vadodara in both directions.

The ICC Men’s World Cup final between India and Australia will be played on Sunday at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad.

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