Siddhaganga Intercity Express

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Siddhaganga Intercity Express
Service typeExpress
First service1 July 1997; 24 years ago (1997-07-01)
Current operator(s)South Western Railway zone
EndBangalore City
Distance travelled490 km (304 mi)
Service frequencyDaily
Train number(s)12725 / 12726
On-board services
Class(es)general unreserved
Seating arrangementsYes
Sleeping arrangementsNo
Catering facilitiesNo
Rolling stockStandard Indian Railways ICF Coaches
Track gauge1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)
Operating speed55 km/h (34 mph)
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Siddaganga Intercity Express is a daily express train that runs between Dharwad and Bengaluru in Karnataka, India.[1] Until 2009, this train ran from Hubballi to Bengaluru. It was extended to Dharwad on 8 December 2009. It takes 8 hours 50 minutes to cover 490 kilometres (300 mi). It has 17 stops and 65 intermediate Stations. It is numbered as 12725/12726. The train belongs to Mysuru Division of South Western Railway.

12725 Siddaganga express at SBC


This train originates from Dharwad and goes through Hubli, Yalivigi, Haveri, Byadgi, Ranibennur, Harihar, Davangere, Chikjajur, Hosadurga Road, Ajjampura, Birur, Kadur, Arsikere, Tiptur, Tumakuru, Yeshwantpur and terminates at Bangalore City railway station.


This train is hauled by a WDP4D Locomotive of Hubballi Diesel Loco shed from South Western Railway.


The train reaches 110 kilometres per hour (68 mph) between Yesvantpur and Tumakuru. Its average speed is 55 kilometres per hour (34 mph).

Rake and rake sharing[]

The train carries 21 coaches, including one air-conditioned coach. It shares its rake with Tippu Express and the Bangalore City– Talaguppa Intercity Express. It's maintenance happens at Mysuru.

Day 1 - 12613->20651 Day 2 - 20652->12725 Day 3 - 12726->12614


  1. ^ Indian Railways, Retrieved 12 August 2017

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