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Train Tickets Jakarta to Pekalongan

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Train schedule Jakarta - Pekalongan

NameDepartingArrivingTravel TimeRoute
Argo Muria 07:00 11:02 4h 2m Gambir - Pekalongan
Argo Bromo Anggrek 08:20 12:05 3h 45m Gambir - Pekalongan
Sembrani 09:50 13:53 4h 3m Gambir - Pekalongan
Matarmaja 10:45 16:25 5h 40m Pasar Senen - Pekalongan
Brantas 13:30 18:27 4h 57m Pasar Senen - Pekalongan
Kertajaya 14:30 19:32 5h 2m Pasar Senen - Pekalongan
Argo Sindoro 16:40 20:42 4h 2m Gambir - Pekalongan
Menoreh 16:50 22:02 5h 12m Pasar Senen - Pekalongan
Jayabaya 17:25 22:25 5h 0m Pasar Senen - Pekalongan
Majapahit 19:20 00:37 5h 17m Pasar Senen - Pekalongan
Gumarang 20:45 01:40 4h 55m Pasar Senen - Pekalongan
Tawang Jaya 23:15 05:03 5h 48m Pasar Senen - Pekalongan

Route Information Jakarta to Pekalongan

About Station Gambir

Gambir Station is a train station in Jakarta, precisely at Jalan Medan Merdeka Timur No. 19-27, Central Jakarta. The station is the largest in Jakarta. Gambir Station is located in the city center and adjacent to the Monas or National Monument. The station was built in the 1930s under the name Koningsplein Station and started to run on October 4th, 1884. This station was the first station in Koningsplein and maintained by Weltevreden Railway Station Well Contented. This station used to be a station for departure for Bandung and Surabaya route. At first, the station was designed by SS (Staatsspoorwegen) and the building uses roof resting on iron bearing. But in 1917, the station was enlarged and continued to experience massive change to ten years ahead and use the concept of art deco buildings. The station was undergoing massive renovation in 1990.

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