Bhavnagar railway station built by the British in the 19th century is all set to get a facelift. The railway ministry has sanctioned a budget of Rs 8 crore to transform the station completely.
The station will get a swanky facelift giving people the feeling that they have entered a mall. reported Times of India. It may be noted that the station was built on the request of Maharaja Takhatsinhji.
Divisional commercial manager (DCM), Bhavnagar, Mashuque Ahmad told the national daily that they are planning to change the look of the station completely. People will get a feel of walking into a swanky mall, once the renovation is complete.
He further added that more facilities will be added to the convenience of passengers. The target is to complete the renovation by end of December this year. Read More
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