Prayagraj Express

Prayagraj Express

Prayag Raj Express is an Indian Railways' express train which runs between the cities of Allahabad and New Delhi, India. It is the longest train in Asia, with more than 24 coaches including 7 air-conditioned coaches consisting of three 3rd AC, three 2nd AC coaches & one full 1st AC coach. It runs on the North Central Railways (Allahabad to New Delhi)section which is part of the busy (Howrah to New Delhi) Grand Trunk section. It is, along with the Bhopal express, one of the first ISO-9002 certified trains of India because of its security features and high priority on the Indian Railways. But it takes 2 hours more than Rajdhani Express to cover the same distance. It is also slower than Lichchavi Express which covers the same distance in 9 hours compared to 9 hours and 5 minutes taken by Prayag Raj express.

External links

* [ Prayagraj Express] at India Rail Info

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