Vadodara Railway


Vadodara railway system is one of the most excellent railway systems in the country of India. Tourists from various parts of the country can reach Vadodara via railways. Vadodara railway station is the major railway stop in the city. The trains, which daily commute to and fro the main railway junction of Vadodara are Rajdhani Express and Shatabdi Express and other passenger trains. This cosmopolitan city is very well-linked to the rest of the country by means of long distance trains. It is one of the main stopovers on the western railway zone of Indian Railways. Vadodara falls on the main Bombay to Ahmadabad railway line.

The various trains which can be availed by the tourists in order to reach Vadodara are as follows:

  • Mumbai to Baroda ( Saurashtra Express - 9215) Daily Timing: 7.55
  • Mumbai to Baroda ( Karnavati Express - 2933) leaving Wednesdays, Daily Timing: 13.40
  • Mumbai to Baroda ( Shatabdi Express - 2009) leaving Friday, Daily Timing: 6.25
  • Bandra to Baroda ( Bandra Bikaner Express - 4708) Daily Timing: 15.00
  • Bandra to Baroda (Sayajinagari Express - 2963) Daily Timing: 14.40



    Last Updated on: 8/05/2013

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