Kolkata Metro is set to have the deepest metro station in India on its network. The Howrah metro station, which is located on the Kolkata Metro’s grand ‘East-West corridor’, is set to be the deepest metro station in the country. As of now, Hauz Khas metro station on Delhi Metro’s Magenta Line and Chawri Bazar metro station on Delhi Metro’s Yellow station are among the deepest metro stations in India.
The first look of the Kolkata Metro’s Howrah station has been revealed by Indian Railways and it is an engineering landmark. The station has been structurally completed. This will be an underground station with a depth of 105 feet (32.004 metres) below the surface. Howrah metro station has five slabs. Along with this, the station has 4 levels, Ministry of Railways tweeted. Read More
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