AMAZING! New Delhi Railway Station undergoes unbelievable transformation - Check pics

Mar 16, 2019, 12:17 PM IST
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Indian Railway stations are undergoing a major modification. The public transporter is not only redeveloping its stations but also working on the beautification by painting local art on its walls. Now, the latest in the list is New Delhi Railway station. The station has an average footfall of 50,000 passengers daily while the count increases during the festive seasons. If you have not been to the station recently, we bet you cannot identify it from these new pictures:

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Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station

Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station

Indian Railways: It's notable that the Northern Railway is also working to clear the Illegal parking, unauthorised roadside shops and vendors who encroach the area, making it difficult to reach the station. (Image: Twitter)

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Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station access

Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station access

Indian Railways officials are working with the Delhi government, North Delhi Municipal Corporation and Delhi Police to remove the encroachment. (Image: Twitter)

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Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station Paharganj side

Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station Paharganj side

Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station has entry access from two sides - one from Paharganj side and other from Ajmeri Gate side. The new changes have been made on the Paharganj side. (Image: Twitter)

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Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station Skywalk

Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station Skywalk

Indian Railways: Also, the railways is building a skywalk on the Ajmeri Gate side that will connect the station with two metro lines. The work is expected to get completed by December this year. (Image: Twitter)

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Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station Escalators

Indian Railways: New Delhi Railway Station Escalators

Indian Railways: An adequate number of escalators beside stairs will also be built for easier access to the skywalk. (Image: Twitter)

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