|Express / Mail
|South Western Railway zone
| Tiruchirappalli Junction (TPJ)
Mayiladuthurai Junction (MV)
|120 km (75 mi)
|Average journey time
|2 hours, 30 minutes
| Chennai Egmore–Thanjavur line (MV – TJ)
Nagapattinam–Tiruchirappalli line (TJ – TPJ)
|2A, 3A, SL, GS and SLRD
| Corridor coach
|Windows in all carriages
|WAP-4 Locomotive from Arakkonam, Erode Electric Shed
|1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)
|25kV AC, 50 Hz (Overhead Traction)
|48 kilometres per hour (30 mph)
|Mysore-Mayiladuthurai Express, Mysore-Tuticorin Express
The Tiruchirappalli–Mayiladuthurai Express (via Kumbakonam) is a train which runs from Trichy to Mayiladuthurai in Tamil Nadu, India. This train is operated and the rakes are owned by South Western Railway. The Train has numbered as (16233/16234) in both directions.
This train was run between Tiruchchirappalli Jn to Mayiladuthurai Jn. When it completes its drive from Mysuru–Mayiladuthurai Express. The train starts from Mayiladuthurai Jn at 8.15 hrs and reaches Tiruchchirappalli Jn at 10.40 hrs. In return direction the train originates from Tiruchchirappalli Junction at 12.50 hrs and reaches Mayiladuthurai Junction at 15.15 hrs. This train is more useful for people those who are travelling from Tiruchchirappalli Jn, Thanjavur Jn, Papanasam, Kumbakonam, Aduthurai, Kutralam and Mayiladuthurai Jn. These train originates from both sides on Everyday.
|16233 ~ Mayiladuthurai Junction → Tiruchchirappalli Junction ★ Tiruchchirappalli Express★
|16234 - Tiruchchirappalli Junction → Mayiladuthurai Junction ★Tiruchchirappalli Express★
Mysore-Mayiladuthurai Express & Mysore-Tuticorin Express
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