One of the largest railway networks of the world, India Railways cover a route of 65,000 km and 7,500 stations carrying over 30 million passengers and 2.8 million tonnes of freight daily. Indian Railway network has over one million employees. Assuming each person supports a family of four that is a total four million people supported by the network, making it the 4th largest employer in the world.
Earlier known as Victoria Terminus Station. Spread across a 2.85 hectare area. It is an architectural wonder and is an UNESCO heritage site. It is an outstanding example of the fusion of two cultures - Victorian and Indian. It houses both long distance as well as local trains and is located in Mumbai. More than 3 million rail commuters use it everyday. In addition to the initial 4 railway tracks, the terminus now facilitates 7 suburban and 11 separate out-station tracks.
Oldest station and Largest Railway Complex in India. Has 23 platforms with highest train-handling capacity amongst any railway station in India. One of the busiest railway stations in terms of passenger volume per day.
3rd busiest and one of the largest in India. Has a record for the largest route interlocking system in the world. It handles over 300 trains and 500,000 passengers daily with 16 platforms.
One of the most important railway hubs in South India. 138-year-old building of the railway station is one of the most prominent landmarks of Chennai. About 350,000 passengers use the terminus every day. There are 15 platforms to handle long-distance trains with 3 platforms exclusively for suburban trains. The total length of the station is about 950 m.
This is a beautiful railway station and has inspired many architects around the world. It's design has been inspired from the Barabati fort, a renowned monument that was built in the 14th century along the Kalinga region. This railway station stands tall in both design and architecture.
This railway station lies to the left of the famous Dudhsagar falls. Surrounded by greenery, this place treats your eyes to the wonderful falls that is both attractive and natural wonder of the world. This station should be definitely visited by one and all.
This station located in Lucknow is an architectural wonder, but also one of the beautifully designed buildings. The words 'Char Bagh' refer to the four gardens which existed here earlier. It appears like a palace surrounded by towers and clusters. This most beautiful and splendid building was built in 1923 at a cost of Rs. 70 Lakhs.
Opened on 4 November 1931. It is the main railway station of Trivandrum now known as Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. It is differently designed and houses book shops, cafes and a shopping mall along with internet browsing centers. It is an experiential station. Has 5 platforms to handle long and short distance trains.
Ghum railway station of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is the highest railway station in India. 14th Highest Railway Station in the World. It is situated at an altitude of 2,258 metres (7,407 ft). The place is the home of the Ghum Monastery and the Batasia Loop, a bend of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.