Indian Railways, as widely connected as it is, also has some very unique routes that are part of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. Check out these beautiful locations!
Indian Railways: These 4 stations are listed under UNESCO World Heritage sites, will leave you awestruck!; Zee News
Indian Railways not only offer breathtaking view but also tells a lot about the rich cultural heritage of the country through these 4 Railway stations listed under UNESCO’s World Heritage sites.
Tracing the journey of Central Railway as it completes 68 years of service; Rajendra B Aklekar; Mid-Day
Central Railway’s suburban railway network has played a pioneering role in the socio-economic growth of the city of Mumbai and also heralded the advent of mass rapid transit systems in India…
Mumbai railway station ranks in Best Swachh Iconic Places and World’s Most Amazing Railway Stations; India Times
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT), one of the busiest train stations in the country, has ranked second on the list of World’s Most Amazing Railway Stations in a report released by Wonderlist. The said list also has names of railway stations from across the world that are not just mere railway stations but are also ‘architectural triumphs as well as historical relics’.
Welcome to Mumbai. Please hit the ground running.
Witness the architectural grandeur of Mumbai’s most famous landmark at a photography exhibition titled Destination CST.
The Minton tiles, which were part and parcel of iconic 19th-century buildings across the world, will now be restored in all their former glory.
Did you know these 4 fascinating facts about Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji terminus?; Abhishek Mande Bhot; India.com
Why was Mumbai CST called Bori Bunder? Bet you didn’t know that! Read on!
The ‘heritage wing’ of Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is a railway enthusiast’s dream.