Close on the heels of a goods train derailing near Subramanya Road station under Mysore Railway Division of South Western Railway, train services were re-routed via Shornur junction on Sunday.
A press release from Southern Railways stated that Karwar-Mangalore Express (train no 16524 ) arriving at Mangalore Central (8.40 pm) proceeded to Kannur (11 pm), stopping at Kasaragod, Kanhangad and Payyannur.
The coaches of Kannur-Yeswantpur Express were attached to Karwar- Mangalore Express at Kannur and it proceeded via Palakkad, and Omallur to Yeshwantpur. Similarly, Yeshwantpur-Kannur/Karwar Express (train nos 16517/16523) leaving Yeshwantpur on Sunday went via Omallur, Salem and Palakkad. Coaches of Yeshwantpur -Kannur Express (train no 16517 ) were detached at Kannur. Mangalore-Karwar Express (train no 16523) proceeded to Karwar with the remaining coaches stopping at Payyanur, Kanhangad and Kasaragode.
Five Trains Diverted
Services of five trains were regulated following the derailment of Diva-Sawantadi passenger train (number 50105) between Nagotalhane and Roha stations under Central railway. Nizamuddin-Ernakulam Mangala Express which left Nizamuddin on May 3 was diverted via Panvel, Lonavala, Pune, Miraj and Madgaon.
Lokmanya Tilak-Thiruvananthapuram Central Netravathi Express (train no 16345) departing from Lokmanya Tilak on Sunday was diverted via Panvel, Pune, Miraj and Madgaon.
Lokmanya Tilak-Mangalore Central Matsyagandha Express departing from Lokmanya Tilak on Sunday was diverted via Panvel, Pune, Miraj and Madgaon.
Hapa-Tirunelveli Express (train no 19578) which left Hapa on Saturday was diverted via Panvel, Lonavala, Pune, Miraj, Londa and Madgao.
Nizamuddin-Ernakulam Jn Duronto Express (train no 12284) which left Nizamuddin on Saturday was diverted via Panvel, Lonavala, Pune, Miraj, Londa and Madgaon.