A sleeper class coach of Madurai Express derailed at Khandala railway station on Mumbai-Pune route in the early hours today, an official said.
Nobody was injured in the incident, although it led to cancellation of four trains and diversion of another.
"The incident occurred at 2:44 am when seating-cum-luggage rake (SLR) of 11043 LTT-Madurai Express derailed while entering platform no 1 of Khandala station. Since the train was moving at a very low speed, no passenger was injured," a senior official of the Central Railway said.
Khandala railway station is located 123 km from Mumbai.
"Soon after the derailment, an accident relief train was pressed into service. The express train resumed its journey around 6 am," he said.
"Owing to the derailment, four trains were cancelled today," Sunil Udasi, chief spokesperson of Central Railway said.
The cancelled trains are: 51317/51318 Karjat-Pune-Karjat Passenger, 12127/12128 CSMT-Pune-CSMT Intercity Express, 11010/11009 Pune-CSMT-Pune Sinhagad Express and 12126/12125 Pune-CSMT-Pune Pragati Express, while 11025 Bhusaval-Pune Express has been diverted via Manmad-Daund route, he said in a statement.
The cause of the derailment will be ascertained after an inquiry, the official said.