Train times & tickets – Surat to Pune

The journey by train from Surat to Pune is scheduled to take between 7 hours 05 minutes and 9 hours 20 minutes depending upon which train you take. The distance travelled is 396 km. The train services listed below all depart from Surat City Railway Station and arrive at Pune Junction Railway Station.


Train Times to Pune


There are 29 train services from Surat City Railway Station to Pune Junction Railway Station.

Train Surat Pune
Operating Days
22497 00:06 07:40 W
22944 00:20 08:05 M,Tu,Th,F,Sa
12940 00:20 08:05 W,Su
19312 03:10 12:25 W,Su
19667 09:40 16:55 Tu
11102 10:45 20:05 Su
12494 13:17 21:25 Sa
19420 13:50 21:05 W,Sa
82654 13:58 21:05 Su
17203 14:35 22:25 Sa
16613 14:35 22:25 Su
17017 14:35 22:25 M,W,Th
19202 14:35 22:25 Tu
19568 14:35 22:25 F
14806 18:35 01:40 F
16588 18:35 02:30 M,W
22920 19:00 02:45 M
19316 19:00 02:50 Sa
16505 19:15 04:15 Tu
16507 19:15 04:15 Th,Sa
16531 19:15 04:15 M
16209 19:15 04:15 F,Su
16533 19:15 04:10 W
11095 20:10 04:40 Th
11089 20:10 04:40 Tu
11091 20:10 04:40 W
11087 20:43 04:40 Sa
09729 23:45 07:40 Sa
11049 23:50 07:40 Su

  • Fastest Train: The fastest train from Surat to Pune is the Barmer – Yesvantpur AC Express (Train #14806) departing at 18:35 on Fridays.
  • Slowest Train: The slowest train from Surat to Pune is the Gwalior – Pune Weekly Express (PT) (Train #11102) departing at 10:45 on Sundays.

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Location of Surat Railway Station


Surat Railway Station is 3 km by road from the Tomb of Khudawand Khan.


Location of Pune Junction Railway Station


Pune Junction Railway Station is 3.4 km by road from the Shaniwar Wada Fort.


About Shaniwar Wada Fort in Pune


The Shaniwar Wada Fort is one of the most visited attractions in Pune. The fort was constructed between 1730 and 1745 by King Chattrapati Shahu of the Maratha Empire as his main residence and the place from where the Empire was ruled until its demise in 1818 when the British took power in Pune. The fort originally had seven storeys and in its heyday was home to over a 1,000 people. The top six storeys were destroyed by British artillery and only the base of the fort remained intact. Following the fall of the Maratha Empire British armed forces took up residence in the fort until when in 1828 much of what remained was destroyed by a fire.

Shaniwar Wada Fort in Pune

Shaniwar Wada Fort in Pune

The ruins of Shaniwar Wada Fort and its restored gardens are open to visitors from 08:00 to 18:30 everyday and entry costs 5 INR for Indians and 125 INR for foreigners.

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