Indian Railway Route
Introduced in 1853, The Indian Railways or Bhartiya Rail has remained the mainstream travel medium for Indian people for a long time now. Excellent connectivity, even to the remotest of locations across India, and pretty cheap fares makes it the ideal choice for many.
It transports over 20 million passengers and 2 million tonnes of fright daily on over 9000 trains, easily making it one of the busiest rail networks in the world. There are 6,909 railway stations across India and the total route length is about 63,327 Kms.
Indian Railways is run by Ministry of Railways, which is under West Bengal's Mamta Banerjee. There are 16 zones under Indian Railways and each zone is made up of divisions.
Lucknow Mail Train No - 12344
NDLS RNC RAJDHANI Train No - 2454