Available Trains

09408   Ljn Adi Spl

Lucknow (02:30)Ahmedabad Jn (07:00)
19270   Pbr Express

Lucknow (04:30)Ahmedabad Jn (07:15)
15045   Gkp Okha Expres

Badshahnagar (09:34)Ahmedabad Jn (18:00)
19410   Gkp Adi Exp

Lucknow (10:25)Ahmedabad Jn (13:20)
15636   Dwarka Express

Lucknow (17:25)Ahmedabad Jn (18:00)
15668   Kyq Gimb Expres

Lucknow (17:25)Ahmedabad Jn (19:10)
19604   Sln Aii Exp

Lucknow (21:15)Ahmedabad Jn (23:55)
19408   Bsb Adi Exp

Lucknow (21:30)Ahmedabad Jn (23:55)
19404   Sln Adi Exp

Lucknow (21:30)Ahmedabad Jn (23:55)
19168   Sabarmati Exp

Lucknow (23:20)Ahmedabad Jn (04:00)
19166   Sabarmati Exp

Lucknow (23:20)Ahmedabad Jn (04:00)

About Lucknow City

Often referred to as the ‘City of Nawabs', Lucknow is the capital city of Uttar Pradesh state. Historically known as the Awadh region, Lucknow has always been a multi-cultural city and centre of attraction for people across the world. Besides its rich culture, the city is famous for its Hindi and Urdu poetry, musical gharanas, exquisite chikan work and delectable cuisines. Despite being a bustling capital city, Lucknow presents a unique combination of its old charm and modernity.

About Ahmedabad City

One of the largest cities in India, Ahmedabad is one of Gujarat's most important towns. Founded in 1411 by Sultan Ahmed Shah, Ahmedabad became known for its strong and diverse textile industry during the British colonial period, and was also very important in the Independence Movement. Known best for the Gandhi Ashram that resides on the banks of the beautiful Sabarmati River, Ahmedabad is also an important centre of learning, culture, and heritage.