|Current operator(s)||North Central Railway zone|
|Start||Howrah Junction (HWH)|
|End||Gwalior Junction (GWL)|
|Distance travelled||1,288 km (800 mi)|
|Average journey time||23 hours 10 minutes|
|Service frequency||Two days[a]|
|Class(es)||AC 2 tier, AC 3 tier, Sleeper Class, General Unreserved|
|Auto-rack arrangements||Bullet train|
|Observation facilities||Rake Sharing with 12177/78 Howrah - Mathura Chambal Express|
|Baggage facilities||Above the head|
|Rolling stock||LHB rakes|
|Track gauge||1,676 mm (5��ft 6 in)|
|Operating speed||55 km/h (34 mph)|
Chambal Express is a superfast train of the Indian Railways connecting Howrah Junction in West Bengal and Gwalior Junction of Madhya Pradesh. It is currently being operated with 12175/12176 train numbers three days a week.
The 12175/Chambal Express has an average speed of 55 km/hr and covers 1288 km in 23 hrs 30 mins. 12176/Chambal Express has an average speed of 55 km/hr and covers 1288 km in 23 hrs 30 mins.
Route and halts
The important halts of the train are:
- Howrah Junction
- Barddhaman Junction
- Asansol Junction
- Dhanbad Junction
- Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Gomoh
- Koderma Junction
- Gaya Junction
- Dehri On Sone
- Sasaram Junction
- Bhabua Road
- Mughalsarai Junction
- Chunar Junction
- Cheoki Junction
- Manikpur Junction
- Mahoba Junction
- Jhansi Junction
- Gwalior Junction
The train has got LHB rakes from 12 January 2019 with max speed of 120 kmph. The train consists of 20 coaches:
- 1 AC II Tier
- 2 AC III Tier
- 10 sleeper coaches
- 5 general
- 2 second-class luggage/parcel van
Both trains are hauled by a Howrah Loco Shed based WAP-4 electric locomotive from Howrah to Cheoki and from Cheoki it is hauled by a Jhansi Loco Shed based WDM3D diesel locomotive to Mathura and vice versa.
The train shares its rake with 12177/12178 Howrah - Mathura Chambal Express.
- Runs two days in a week for every direction.
- Onboard housekeeping service in trains to improve cleanliness
- "22 January 2015 Reschedule/Late running/Delayed Train list". Archived from the original on 16 February 2016. Retrieved 27 June 2017.
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