Porbandar by Rail

Porbandar by rail is easy to reach since the city is connected with the rest of India through a vast network of railway tracks. Porbandar is directly connected to Mumbai. The trains arrive via Ahmedabad to Porbandar.

Among the trains that reach Porbandar, the Saurashtra Express, train which leaves from Mumbai, is the best option. This train travels through the broad gauge line and arrives at Porbandar via Ahmedabad, Rajkot and Hapa.

Another train which carries passengers safely to the Porbandar station is the Kniti Express. This train leaves Rajkot and reaches Porbandar in around 6 hours. Every train that travels to Porbandar goes via Ahmedabad.

Last Updated on 19th January 2013



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