Delhi’s oldest railway station to get a fresh look soon

Delhi Junction is popularly known as Old Delhi Railway Station.

Neighbourhood News Desk/Avi Arya: Shashanka Nanda, a train enthusiast, said that though “it cannot be compared” to the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus railway station in Mumbai, it was still an example of “the most elaborate architecture” in North India, with its high ceilings, and its distinctive red and cream colored facade.

General manager of Northern Railways, Vishwesh Chaube, said that they will spend around Rs 6 crore by March, 2018, on the redevelopment of the Delhi Junction is popularly known as Old Delhi Railway Station, and by December 2018 they would spend an additional R 15 crore.

 

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