India's Most Impressive Railway Stations

Old Delhi Railway Station
Old Delhi Railway Station, also known as Delhi junction, is one of the oldest railway stations in the country. Built in 1903 by the British Indian government, the building is made out of red stones and has witnessed many historic events. The station falls under the Northern Railways zone and handles a huge daily passenger volume that counts to 180,000 with 200 trains crossing.

India\'s Most Impressive Railway Stations
Trivandrum Central Railway Station
It is one of the oldest railway stations in south India and one of the major railway hubs in Kerala. Falls under the southern railway zone, Trivandrum Central Railway is one among the few stations that yield profits. The standout of the building is that it was completely finished in rock without the use of any bricks or stones. Inaugurated by Sethu Lakshmi Bayi, the Maharani of Travancore, the station was open to the public on November 1931.
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1: How about Madaras(Chennai) Railway Station?
Dr.A.Jagadeesh Nellore(AP),India
Posted by: Anumakonda - 13 Apr, 2014