India's Most Impressive Railway Stations

Charbagh Railway Station, Lucknow
The Charbagh Railway Station got its name from the four gardens that surround the place where the railway station is setup. Completed in 1923, the station is a property of the Northern Railway. The construction of the railway station resembles the Mughal architecture. With over 230 train movements through the station, it is one of the busiest stations of the region.

Secunderabad railway station
Owned by the South Central Railway zone, the Secunderabad railway station is the zonal headquarters of the region. Built in 1874, by the Nizam of Hyderabad, the railway station is one among the biggest and busiest railway stations in the country. Everyday nearly 250 trains arrive and depart from Secunderabad station transporting close to 1.40 lakh passengers.

India\'s Most Impressive Railway Stations
Chennai Central railway station
Chennai Central railway station is the major hub in the southern zone and is the head of the southern railway. Trains connecting all the major state capitals are available from the station. The 138 year old building was designed by a British architect named George Harding. About 350,000 passengers use the terminus every day. The railway station is honored the title for the most cleanest stations in the country.
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1: How about Madaras(Chennai) Railway Station?
Dr.A.Jagadeesh Nellore(AP),India
Posted by: Anumakonda - 13 Apr, 2014