Top Railway Stations Of The World -
05. Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai-India :-
Once known as the Victoria Terminus, The Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai India, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is an excellent mix of Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival and conventional Mughal style. The psyche behind this excellent base is of Frederick William Stevens. It was named “Victoria Terminus” amid the Golden Jubilee honor of Queen Victoria in the year 1887. In the year 1996, the name of the station was changed in the honor of the colossal Maratha Emperor, Chhatrapati Shivaji and from that point forward it is known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus. It is the track station with a great deal of hurrying around.
04. Grand Central Terminal, New York-USA :-
commonly known as Grand Central Station, this railway station was named Grand Central Terminal. It is a standout amongst the most well known railway stations in the United States of America and is named as the most delightful station on the planet. It has 44 platforms isolated on two different levels. The station was general outlined by Reed and Stem and the Beaux- Arts style subtle elements were included by Warren and Wetmore. Henry Edward Bedford has planned its acclaimed notable clock.
03. Liege – Guillemins, Belgium :-
Opened in year 2009, the Liege-Guillemins Railway Station is without a doubt a standout amongst the most lovely railway stations on the planet. It was outlined by Santiago Calatrava, a standout amongst the most famous and gifted modeler. The stupendous curve is 105 feet tall. It is made of steel, white solid and glass. The ultra present day configuration makes it a standout amongst the most delightful railway stations around the world.
02. St. Pancras International, London :-
It is regularly called as the “Cathedral of the Railways”. It has appealing Victorian Architecture. The curved train shed of the station has the biggest single compass top in the entire world. The station has 15 stages and is the busiest station of London. The station likewise has a mall, a London Underground Stop and a bus stand.
01. Dunedin Station, New Zealand :-
Desined and Planned by George Troup, the railway station has a delightful revived Flemish renaissance style. The station was opened in year 1906. The station is utilized for more than the railway purpose. The upper floor has New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame and the Otago Art Society.