What is the condition of the railway stations built during the British era?

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What is the condition of the railway stations built during the British era?

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New Delhi Railway Station – This station was built in 1931.

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New Delhi station is one of the most used stations today.

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Lucknow Railway Station was built in 1923.

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More than 300 trains pass through this station every day.

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Railway Station was also built during the British era i.e. in 1887.

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The name of this railway station is included in the UNESCO heritage.

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Dehradun Railway Station was built in 1899 and became operational in 1900.

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Royapuram station in Chennai was built in 1956.

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South India’s first train was run from Royapuram station.

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Nandi Halt railway station in Bangalore is about 108 years old.

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