Many trains cancelled till February 15 due to bad weather

Many trains cancelled till February 15 due to bad weather

Railways has reduced the frequency of trains from Lucknow till February 15 due to operational difficulties because of bad weather. Passengers are advised to check the status of trains from rail enquiry system before booking tickets. Train 15205 Lucknow-Jabalpur Express will not run on Wednesday and on Thursday in the return direction. 15204 Lucknow-Barauni Express will not run on Friday and on Tuesday in the return direction. Meanwhile, cancellation period of the trains has been extended for a month.

Trains passing via Lucknow like 15107/08 Chhapra-Mathura, 15057/58 Gorakhpur-Anand Vihar terminal, 15909/10 Awadh Assam Express and 15025/26 Mau-Anand Vihar terminal express will now remain cancelled till February 15.

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