The journey by train from Nagpur to Kolkata is scheduled to take between 15 hours 35 minutes and 22 hours 55 minutes depending upon which train you take. The distance travelled by train to get from Nagpur to Kolkata via the shortest route is 1,123 km.
Train Times to Kolkata
There are 18 train services from Nagpur arriving into three different railway stations in Kolkata.
- There are 13 train services from Nagpur Junction Railway Station (NGP) to Kolkata Howrah Junction Railway Station (HWH).
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- There are 2 train services from Nagpur Junction Railway Station (NGP) to Kolkata Shalimar Railway Station (SHM).
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- There are 3 train services from Nagpur Junction Railway Station (NGP) to Kolkata Santragachi Junction Railway Station (SRC).
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- Fastest Train: The fastest train from Nagpur to Kolkata is the Mumbai CSMT – Howrah AC Duronto Express (Train #12261) departing at 04:15 on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
- Slowest Train: The slowest train from Nagpur to Kolkata is the Mumbai LTT – Shalimar Kurla Express (PT) (Train #18029) departing at 13:25 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
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Location of Nagpur Junction Station
Nagpur Junction Railway Station is 1.8 km by road from the Zero Mile Stone Nagpur.
Location of Kolkata Howrah Junction Station
Kolkata Howrah Junction Railway Station is 4.4 km by road from the Shree Shyam Mandir Ghusuridham.
Location of Kolkata Shalimar Station
Kolkata Shalimar Railway Station is 9.0 km by road from Shree Shyam Mandir Ghusuridham.
Location of Kolkata Santragachi Station
Kolkata Santragachi Junction Railway Station is 11.0 km by road from Shree Shyam Mandir Ghusuridham.
About Howrah Bridge
Howrah Bridge, also known as the Rabindra Setu, spans the Hooghly River connecting Howrah to Kolkata. The Howrath Bridge, opened for use in 1943, is one of Kolkata’s major landmarks and the 6th longest cantilever bridge in the world. The Howrath Bridge plays an important part in the life of residents as a major transport link. A 2007 study estimated that other 90,00 vehicles pass over the bridge each day, along with an even greater number of pedestrians. Despite being over 75 years old the Howrah Bridge still bears loads well in excess of the maximum calculated by the engineers who originally designed the structure.
The Howrath Bridge is 705 metres long, 82 metres high and 30.8 metres wide and made entirely of steel joined together by rivets. The bridge has a central span of 460 metres supported by towers on each river bank. The bridge is colossal and a structure that local people are very proud of, which is the principal reason why the bridge is still maintained today rather than simply replaced by a newer design.