Railway Board Building in Shimla became constructed within the year 1896-1897 by a Bombay based firm, Richardson and Cruddas. The creation value that was achieved on Railway Board Building at that point became approximately Rs. 4,08,476 which changed into a totally massive sum of 105 years again.
Then it became rented by way of the authorities to run Public Works Department after which the Railway Board and Commerce Department. Finally these kinds of had been demolished and this lovely Railway Board Building become constructed here. The building has 4 storeys from the road, provided with very stunning, creative iron stairs. Climbing up the flooring through these stairs offers a royal contact of ‘Raj Mahal’.
In British technology the buildings were built maintaining security characteristic in precedence. Railway Board Building is hence a forged iron and metallic structure, with the intention to make the building hearth resistant. However, on February 10th , 2001 a fire blaze struck the top ground of the Railway Board Building, however due to its most hearth resistant structure its unique features were no longer lost in residence recuperation.