Agra to Delhi by train

Via the shortest railway route, Agra is 195.02 km from Delhi. There are 128 different train services from Agra to Delhi, not all of which, however, run every day of the week. Trains to Delhi depart from 2 different train stations in Agra, and if you take the train from Agra then there are 4 different train stations in Delhi where the train might arrive depending upon which service you take.


Train Times to Delhi


Agra Cantonment Railway Station (AGC) is one of two train stations in Agra and is the station with the most departures to Delhi. There are 28 train services from Agra Railway Station to New Delhi Railway Station (NLDS).

Train Agra AGC Station Delhi NLDS Station
11057 00:16 04:10
12919 01:25 05:10
12615 02:50 06:20
02213 03:40 06:30
12621 03:53 07:00
02455 04:05 07:40
04011 04:30 08:15
12723 05:23 09:05
14211 06:00 10:20
12627 06:45 10:30
12192 07:35 11:40
12715 08:40 12:10
12485 09:15 13:10
04722 09:15 13:10
02421 09:15 13:10
12421 09:15 13:10
22457 09:15 13:10
12625 10:25 13:40
18507 11:30 14:45
11077 17:12 20:45
16687 17:30 21:40
16317 17:30 21:40
12137 17:55 21:15
16031 18:33 23:15
11449 18:33 23:15
12001 20:35 22:45
19307 21:20 01:15
22403 23:50 03:55

  • Fastest Train: The fastest train service from Agra (AGC) to New Delhi Railway station is Train #12001 departing at 20:35 which completes the journey in 2 hours 10 minutes.
  • Slowest Train: The slowest train services from Agra (AGC) to New Delhi Railway station are Trains #16031 and #11449 departing at 18:33 which complete the journey in 4 hours 42 minutes.

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Location of Agra Cantt Train Station


Agra Cantt Train Station is 9.5 km by road from the Taj Mahal.


Location of New Delhi Train Station


New Delhi Train Station is 2.1 km by road from Connaught Place in the centre of Delhi.


Red Fort in Delhi


Delhi’s Red Fort was constructed in 1639 by the fifth Mughul Emperor Shah Jahan and remain the residence of the Muhgul Emperors until 1856. The Red Fort covers an area of 1,03,0612.93 square metres surrounded by a defensive wall 2.41 km long with turrets up to 33 metres tall. This is a massive building and simply its size along makes the Red Fort worth visiting.

The walls of the Red Fort in New Delhi

The walls of the Red Fort in New Delhi

The Red Fort in Delhi is open from Sunrise to Sunset Tuesday to Sunday (closed on Monday). For foreign visitors the entrance fee is 500 rupees.

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