Mumbai To Agra Trains

Following is the list of all the trains running between Mumbai to Agra Railway Stations:
Train Train Name Origin Departure Destination Arrival M T W T F S S
02455 Mao Ndls Ac Spl Kalyan Jn 07:40 Agra Cantt 04:00 N N N N N Y N
12171 Ltt Hw Ac Sup Lokmanyatilak T 07:55 Agra Cantt 04:00 Y N N Y N N N
14313 Bareilly Exp Lokmanyatilak T 08:05 Raja Ki Mandi 07:52 Y N N N N N N
12617 Mangala Ldweep Kalyan Jn 13:50 Agra Cantt 10:10 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
12161 Lashkar Express Lokmanyatilak T 16:25 Agra Cantt 12:55 N N N N Y N N
12137 Punjab Mail Mumbai Cst 19:40 Raja Ki Mandi 18:02 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y
19037 Avadh Express Bandra Terminus 22:40 Agra Fort 21:45 N Y Y N Y N Y
19039 Avadh Express Bandra Terminus 22:40 Agra Fort 21:45 Y N N Y N Y N
11057 Amritsar Expres Lokmanyatilak T 23:45 Raja Ki Mandi 00:25 Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

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About Mumbai City

Mumbai, previously known as Bombay is the capital of the West Indian state of Maharashtra. A metropolitan city, Mumbai is also called the ‘commercial and entertainment capital of India'. Flanked by the Arabian Sea in the western side, Mumbai enjoys the moderate climate round the year. Mumbai is known world over for being the home of Bollywood one of biggest film industries in the world. In fact, Mumbai is a happening city, it never sleeps and offers lots of things to do and see. The glamorous city abounds with late night parties, eating joints and many other entertainment places open all night. Besides, the rich cultural heritage, visible in life style of common people, adding more charm to the city.


About Agra City

Popularly known as the City of Taj, Agra is situated in the north India state of Agra. The city was the capital of erstwhile Mughals during 16th - 17th century, who erected several architectural wonders. Even today Agra provides a glimpse of the bygone era through its forts and monuments and draws tourists from world over. Taj Mahal, a white marble built by Shah Jahan about 350 years ago is one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Agra Fort constructed by Akbar is another superb specimen of Mughal architecture. Sikandra and Fatehpur Sikri are interesting places related to Mughals, both located at a close distance from Agra. In addition to a vibrant centre of art and culture, Agra is also famous for handicrafts, leather work, brass water, carpets, jewelry, embroidery work, zari and marble work.