Unbelievable! These five pictures are of Indian Railways stations: Can you guess them?

Mar 19, 2019, 19:00 PM IST
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Indian Railways has modernised many of its stations. The new stations now not only are cleaner but also feature local art and culture. At some extent, it has managed to bring back the lost charm of the public transporter. While many works related to redevelopment and modernisation are under progress, here we bring you five pictures shared by Railways Minister Piyush Goyal on his official Quora page on Friday. Check out the images:

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Indian Railways: Dibrugarh Station

Indian Railways: Dibrugarh Station

Indian Railways: "Through various business models, redevelopment of stations are in full swing and stations are now being provided with airport-like amenities with WiFi, food centres, kiosks, restaurants, improved waiting rooms, and much more being introduced. With the introduction of lifts, escalators, travelators, and ramps we have also made stations Divyang Friendly," said Goyal. Dibrugarh Railway Station in Assam has been adorned with artwork that is truly symbolic of the picturesque North East Region. (Photo: Piyush Goyal Quora page)

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Indian Railways: Manduadih station

Indian Railways: Manduadih station

The redevelopment work of the Manduadih Station in Varanasi has revived the ancient glory of Kashi. (Photo: Piyush Goyal Quora page)

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Indian Railways: New Delhi Station

Indian Railways: New Delhi Station

New Delhi Railway Station has been revamped. Improved cleanliness now give passengers a truly world-class feel. (Photo: Piyush Goyal Quora page)

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Indian Railways: Old Delhi station

Indian Railways: Old Delhi station

Old Delhi Railway Station has been revamped keeping in mind its iconic status. It now has Permanent Facade Lighting with the ability to change colours. (Photo: Piyush Goyal Quora page)

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Indian Railways: Johdhpur station

Indian Railways: Johdhpur station

Jodhpur Station in Rajasthan is one of the cleanest Railway Stations in the country. (Photo: Piyush Goyal Quora page)

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