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Golden Temple Mail




Introduced in 1st September 1928, Golden Temple Mail (also called Frontier Mail) is one of the classic trains in India. It is named after the Golden Temple in Amritsar. The train is known for its punctuality and is one of the first trains in India to get an air conditioned car. First A/C, second A/C, third A/C, sleeper class coaches and pantry car services are available. Air conditioned first class coaches are carried on certain days of the week.

At first Golden Temple Mail was run from Mumbai to Peshawar, (now in Pakistan). Today it runs between Mumbai Central Railway Station in Maharashtra and Amritsar Junction Railway Station in Punjab. This super fast train touches the towns of Vadodara, Ratlam, Mathura, Nizamuddin, New Delhi, Ambala, Ludhiana and Jalandhar on the way. It operates daily and covers a distance of 1,907 km.

Train number 2903: Mumbai to Amritsar, leaves Mumbai at 21:25 hrs.
Train number 2904: Amritsar to Mumbai, leaves Amritsar at 21:30 hrs.

Base fare:
Class IA Rs 4108.00
Class IIA Rs 2153.00
Class IIIA Rs 1376.00



Updated on 10th June, 2015

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