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Published on Aug 22, 2011
WAP4 Legend 24 coach 12616 New Delhi Chennai Grand Trunk express basked by morning Sun cruises the Mystic Narmada river bridge near Hoshangabad.
WAP4 ED 22527.
Connects Chennai and Delhi Sarai Rohilla, covers 2188 km. Belongs to Southern Railway.
The Legendary Grand Trunk Express or GT, is one of the oldest and most famous trains in India. When introduced in 1929, the train ran between Peshawar and Mangalore, almost the length of the country and beyond. The GT was one of the longest running trains in the country at that time. The Peshawar to Mangalore run took about 104 hrs in all. Later this service was changed to Lahore Mettupalayam.
From 1930 started running between Delhi and Madras. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the train used to run with a completely air-conditioned rake on two days of the week.