10 Cleanest Railway Stations In India That You Should Visit

Welcome to Humor Nation. A Rail Station is a railway facility or area where trains regularly stop to load or unload passengers or freight. More than three million people are employed here and in one day it carries approx 1.3 tons of freight and above 23 million people. There are approx 8,000 railway stations in India and around 14,300 trains that run every day.

Here are some of the cleanest Railway Station in the country!!

1. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus –  Mumbai

It is a Railway Station situated in Mumbai, Maharashtra and is formerly known as Victoria Terminus. And It is a historic railway station and a UNESCO World Heritage site in, India which serves as the headquarters of the Central Railway. It has 7 suburban and 11 additional out-station tracks and it covers more than 2.85-hectare area.

10 Cleanest Railway Stations In India That You Should Visit

2. Thiruvananthapuram Central Station – Thiruvananthapuram

Thiruvananthapuram Central is one of the main and busiest Railway Station in the city Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. It has five platforms and all are clean and well maintained and daily more than 300,00 commute here. Thiruvananthapuram is the first station in the state, where video surveillance is installed.

3.  New Delhi Railway Station – New Delhi

New Delhi railway station is situated between Ajmeri Gate and Paharganj and it is the main railway station of Delhi. It is the third busiest station and it has the world largest route interlocking system. Around three lakh people communicate daily and it has sixteen platforms which handle approx 350 trains.

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4. Char Bagh, Lucknow

Char Bagh is one of the cleanest Railway Station in India and its name ‘Char Bagh‘ signifies four gardens which earlier exits here. This Railway Station has 9 platforms and one of the most fascinating things about this Railway Station is that from a top view or ariel view it looks like a chess board and the architecture of this Railway Station is a combination of Rajput, Awadhi, and Mughal.

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