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Kalka Mail (12312)

Kalka Mail (12312) is a train which runs and connects the two long-distance Kalka and Howrah. The train leaves the Kalka at 23:55 on day one and terminates at Howrah Junction at 08:05 on third day. The distance between Kalka and Kolkata is 1,712. The train takes 32 hours to approach its journey. The train runs with the average speed of 53 km/ph. The train halts almost 39 stations and finally reaches at its destination Howrah Junction. This is the train which runs daily from Kalka to Kolkata everyday means train is scheduled on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The train (12312) runs with the pantry car facility which provides food in train. You can order food in train at Kalka Mail (12312) and enjoy your food at your berth. Now passengers can download Railrestro's food ordering app and  

  • Train Name: Kalka Mail (12312/12313)
  • Classes: 1A, 2A, 3A, SL
  • Service Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Stops: 40
  • Duration: 32 hrs 
  • Type: Mail/Express
  •  Pantry: Yes

About Kalka:
‘Kalka’
is a town in the Panchkula district of Haryana, India. The town is located in the foothill of Himalayas. The place is also famous for the gateway to the neighboring state of Himachal Pradesh. The Kalka Shimla Railways features on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list is the Mountain Railway of India.

Major routes of Kalka Mail (12312)
The train starts its journey by leaving the Kalka station at 23:55 and starts its day second journey and halt at Chandigarh for 45 minutes. Chandigarh is a single railway station where train halts for longest time in its journey from Kalka to Kolkata. After crossing 12 stations the train approaches at Ghaziabad at 07:48 which is high time for breakfast. So, you can have a cup of tea or coffee from the vender coming in the coach or on the platform. You can also order food in train at Ghaziabad Junction and get it delivered at your seat and enjoy your food at berth. 

The train crosses almost 30 stations in its second day journey. Panipat Junction, Ghaziabad, Kanpur Central, Prayagraj, Mughal Sarai Junction and Gaya Junction are some of the major stations where you can order online food in train via IRCTC e-catering service system and will get your packet of fresh and tasty food on your berth. Kalka Mail (12312) crosses by covering areas of Haryana, New Delhi, Utter Pradesh, and Bihar by completing 1,286 in second day only.

After a halt for 2 minutes at Koderma Junction the train moves toward Hazaribagh Road, Parasnath,  Gomoh Junction,  Dhanbad Junction,  Asansol Junction,  Durgapur, and Barddhaman Junction. The train touches some part of Jharkhand and by approaches at Asansol Junction it approaches to West Bengal. It is already a night hour so, its better to sleep-off at the comfort at your Berth.  Barddhaman Junction is the second last station where train halts for 5 minutes at 06:28 in the morning. Kalka Express finally terminates at its destination Kolkata at 07:55 on third day by covering the rail route distance of 1,743 KM.  

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