Trains Cancelled, Diverted

Published: 14th February 2015 06:10 AM  |   Last Updated: 14th February 2015 06:10 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: The following four trains scheduled for Saturday have been cancelled in light of the derailment of the Bangalore City-Ernakulam Intercity Express on Friday morning. Bangalore City-Karaikal Passenger (Train no. 56514), Dharmapuri-Bangalore Passenger (76554), Yesvantpur-Hosur Passenger (06591) and Hosur-Yesvantpur Passenger (06592), will be cancelled said a release.

help line.JPGPartial Diversion: Bangalore City-Ernakulam Intercity Express (12677) will run via Tirupattur instead of Hosur and Dharmapuri. The Tirunelveli-Dadar Chalukya Express (11022) leaving Tirunelveli on Friday and slated to arrive at Yesvantpur on Saturday is now diverted to run via Tirupattur instead of Salem and Hosur.

Cancellations: Bangalore City-Nagercoil Passenger (17235) Yesvantpur-Hosur Passenger (76523) and Bangalore Dharmapuri Passenger (76553) were fully cancelled on Friday. Salem-Yesvantpur Passenger (56241) was partially cancelled between Hosur and Yesvantpur and the Yesvantpur-Salem Passenger (56242) was partially cancelled between Yesvantpur and Hosur.

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