October 14, 2014

Odisha Channel Bureau Bhubaneswar, Oct 14: Train services that were affected by cyclone Hudhud on Sunday are gradually getting normalised in East Coast Railway, sources in ECoR said this afternoon.A few trains have started their run towards Chennai, Bangalore, Yesvantpur and Secunderabad since this morning.“Passengers are requested to cooperate with railways regarding delay due to re-scheduling of trains.This is on account of adjustment and pairing of connecting trains,” ECoR authorities said in a press statement. However, ECoR has decided to run a passenger special train from Visakhapatnam to Howrah today evening for the convenience of the passengers.08512 Visakhapatnam-Howrah Special Train leaving Visakhapatnam today at 1750 hours (05.50p.m) and will reach Howrah at 09.10 hours on 15.10.2014 (Wednesday).In the return direction, 08511 Howrah-Visakhapatnam Special Train will leave Howrah at 1715 hours on 15.10.2014 (Wednesday) and will reach Visakhapatnam at 0845 hours on Thursday.This train has one AC-2 tier, one AC-3 tier, six sleeper class, six general second class and two guard-cum-luggage vans in its composition having stoppages at Simhachalam, Kottavalasa, Vizianagaram, Chipurupalli, Srikakulam, Nawapara, Palasa, Brahmapur, Balugaon, Khurda Road, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack, Bhadrak, Balasore and Kharagpur between Visakhapatnam and Howrah.

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