Special trains from Chennai to various places in TN

Southern Railway is operating special trains from Chennai to Madurai, Tiruchirappalli, Tiruchendur, Karaikal and Tirunelveli.

December 05, 2015 04:10 pm | Updated November 16, 2021 04:00 pm IST - Madurai

In order to clear the passengers stranded in Chennai due to heavy rains and flooding, Southern Railway is operating special trains from Chennai to Madurai, Tiruchirappalli, Tiruchendur, Karaikal and Tirunelveli on Saturday.

Chennai Egmore-Madurai special train left Chennai Egmore station at 15.45 hrs. The train will stop at Tambaram, Chengalpattu, Villupuram, Vriddachalam, Tiruchchirappalli and Dindigul.

Chennai Egmore-Tiruchchirappalli special train left Egmore station at 14.00 hrs. The train will stop at Tambaram, Chengalpattu, Melmaruvattur, Villupuram, Vriddachalam, Ariyalur, Lalgudi, Srirangam and Golden Rock.

Chennai Egmore-Tirunelveli special train will leave Egmore station at 20.15 hrs. The train will stop at Tambaram, Chengalpattu, Melmaruvattur, Tindivanam, Villupuram, Vriddachalam, Tiruchchirappalli, Dindigul, Kodaikanal Road, Madurai, Virudunagar, Sattur and Kovilpatti.

Chennai Egmore-Tiruchendur special train will leave Egmore at 16.30 hrs. It will stop at Tambaram, Chengalpattu, Melmaruvattur, Villupuram, Tirupadiripuliyur, Chidambaram, Sirkazhi, Mayiladuthurai Kumbakonam, Thanjavur, Solgampatti, Tiruchchirappalli, Dindigul, Kodaikanal Road, Madurai, Virudunagar, Sattur, Kovilpatti, Vanchi-Maniyachi, Tirunelveli, Seydunganallur, Srivaikuntam, Nazareth, Kurumbur, Arumuganeri and Kayalpattinam.

Another special train to Tiruchi at 22.30 hrs. The train will stop at Mabalam, Tambaram, Chengalpattu, Tindivanam, Villupuram, Vriddachalam, Ariyalur, Kallakudipalanganatham, Lalgudi, Srirangam Tiruchchirappali Town, and Golden Rock.

Chennai Egmore-Karaikal special train will leave Chennai Egmore at 23.15 hrs, according to a railway release.

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