Tambaram Rameshwaram Express

Tambaram Rameshwaram Express is a train that runs between Chennai Egmore Station and Rameshwaram.

Tambaram Rameshwaram Express No. 6713 runs from Chennai Egmore station to Rameshwaram. This is a train that runs on all days of the week. This train leaves its source station at 5 PM and reaches its destination at 5.15 AM on the next day. This train takes 12 hours and 15 minutes to complete its journey. This train consists of 2nd AC, 3rd AC and Sleeper berths. This train travels 600 kms and stops at 16 stations during its journey.

Fare for 2nd AC is Rs. 910, for 3rd AC is Rs. 665 and for Sleeper berths is Rs. 246. Some important stations that this train stops at include Tambaram, Melmaruvattur, Srirangam, Tiruchchirapalli, Sivaganga and Ramanathapuram. This is a Mail Express Train. For those traveling at short notice, Tatkal facility is available where one can get confirmed tickets by paying Tatkal charges.

Tambaram Rameshwaram Express No. 6714 runs from Rameshwaram to Chennai Egmore station. This is a train that runs on all days of the week. This train leaves its source station at 8.15 PM and reaches its destination at 8.35 AM. The train takes 12 hours and 20 minutes to complete its run. This train makes one stop more- 17 stops. This train is called the Tambaram Rameshwaram Express but runs to and from Egmore station like many other trains.


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