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Chennai Central Railway Station, Chennai (Madras)
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
See almost century and a half old building, Chennai Central Railway Station, a railway station serving as the main hub of South India transportation and one of the most renowned landmarks of Chennai. Designed by George Harding and built in the Gothic Revival style, the station contains four platforms and a capacity for 12 coach trains. Explore the complex with its many bookshops, restaurants, and accommodation facilities with 350,000 passengers using the terminus daily. Enjoy the commodities of Wi-Fi, AC resting rooms, and parking areas, with police and first aid available. There are no staircases which eases movement through the complex. With our online itinerary creator, Chennai (Madras) attractions like Chennai Central Railway Station can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Its a beautiful building that appears to be like a historic monument and reminds me of independence and freedom struggles that I learnt in my History classes and films.. Anyways its a building that ca... read more »
First time when I saw the Chennai Central Station, the first thing that came to my mind was, its a miniature of Howrah Station, way too clean though.
The iconic landmark of Chennai in any Indian film if its depicting the city of Chennai. A heritage railway station built by the british for connecting the city to the other destinations in India. The ... read more »
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