IRCTC Northern Railway Zone
The Northern Railway zone has a route of 6807 km and is one of the oldest in the country. Its headquarters is in Delhi, where the world?s largest Route Relay Interlocking is operated. The zone is very broad and hence is also divided into five sections which are Delhi, Ferozpur, Moradabad, Ambala, Lucknow.
The Northern Railways is one of the busiest in the country owing to the large number of people dependent on the trains over there. With so many different trains plying to regions around the capital, New Delhi, the Indian railways portal is one of the busiest in this zone.
The other zones apart from this zone of the Indian Railways are:
Check train schedules
Any immediate changes like delay on arrival or change of date is written down and told to the passengers. Log onto indianrail.gov.in/train_Schedule.html, enter your railway number or name and click on the tab that says 'Get Schedule'.
It is important that one knows the Northern railway station codes to make their job of booking tickets much easy. The online site contains information regarding the Northern rail stations through which one will be able to book tickets with more convenience.
There are different trains that are present in the region such as the Duronto, Garib Rath etc. One will be able to book tickets on these trains with the help of the Northern Indian Railway schedule and booking tickets beforehand.
Check seat availability
Go to indianrail.gov.in/seat_Avail.html, enter either your rail number, date, source station code, destination station code, class of seating and tap on the tab 'Get Availability' to check if a seat of choice is accessible.
You can likewise write up an SMS and send to 57886 for data identified with Train Alert, PNR Status, Train Status, and any other information you will need for your travel.
If one is looking to book trains for example, from New Delhi to Manali or from New Delhi to Vaishnodevi, they can obtain them online. It is mandatory to have a confirmed ticket however before one embarks on a trip.