Answer: India’s first Double Decker Train is Sinhagad Express.
It comes under the Central Railway zone and is operated by the Indian Railway. The train is named after the fort of Sinhgad in Pune which means a Lion's Fort. It departs at 06:05 IST from Pune Junction and arrives at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Mumbai at 09:55 IST. On the same day, it leaves Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Mumbai at 17:50 IST and reaches Pune Junction at 21:50 IST.
It covers 192km during its journey in one direction. While travelling from Pune to Mumbai, the train number is 11010 whereas, during the return journey from Mumbai to Pune, the train number is 11009.
Which is India’s first Double Decker Train?
India’s first Double Decker Train is Sinhagad Express. It runs daily and the average travel time is 3 hours 50 minutes for 11010 Sinhagad Express and 4 hours for 11009 Sinhagad Express.