People tend to check in during these times:
An excellent example of Victorian Gothic Revival architecture in India, blended with themes deriving from Indian traditional architecture. The building became the symbol of Mumbai as the ‘Gothic City’
Look up, you might find some bullet bruises, cobwebs, confused pigeons and a giant clock.
Every day, a world-record-Breaking: 6.1 million passangers use Mumbai's trains. Wow!
Welcome to the busiest railway station in India! Enjoy the beautiful Victorian Gothic Revival architecture, especially the blue Indian stone and Italian marble in the Star Chamber.
Find a space to sit and just look at the number of people that walk past you. There, you have the definition of Mumbai right in front of you.
The station was built in 1887 in the Bori Bunder area of Bombay to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria
The frankie at the local station is good food for 25 bucks.. Also serves egg and chicken..
The dabbawalah’s century-old delivery system is recognized as world’s best managed supply chains. Forbes magazine awarded them their highest rating of Sigma Six, i.e 1 error/million transactions.
No matter wht tym of d day it is, you'll always find atleast 1 tourist wid a DSLR clicking the beautiful construction of d building and a confused Indian trying to figure out what's so interesting :p
Such intricate and beautiful craft work on the structure makes it a magnificent piece of architecture
Once called the Victoria Terminus, CST is a brilliant specimen of the Victorian Gothic style of architecture in India. A UNESCO ‘World Heritage Site’, it's the replica of St. Pancras Station, London.
Harbour line trains late as always...
Sip hot chocolate while waiting and observe beautiful architecture and people rushing to accomplish stuff ignoring beauty of this marvel.
Its one of the most Important Place in Bombay...And also One of the most Oldest Victorian Structure...Must Visit to Experience its Beauty & Kios...
Everyday I look at the building I discover a new sculpture or ornament or carving.. Its majestic and beautiful any time of the day or night!
Don't drink tea or coffee from the refresh at cst station
The Nescafe Stall has NesTea, Coffee, Almond Milk and Maggi Tomato Soup. On A Cold day, the soup feels great!
Take out appropriate travel insurance to cover hospital treatment, medical evacuation and any activities, including adventure sports, in which you plan to participate.
Big line of platform ticket.... (Chutiyapanti)
Eat Rs 5 popcorn.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is the busiest railway station in India, serving as both a terminal for long distance trains and commuter trains of the Mumbai Suburban Railway.
Designed by Frederick William Stevens with influences from Victorian Italianate Gothic Revival architecture and Indian (Mughal and Hindu) traditional buildings, the station was built in 1887.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, formerly Victoria Terminus, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and historic railway station which serves as the headquarters of the Central Railways in Mumbai, India.
Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Night Vision
It is also known as Victoria Terminus Station.The edifice, designed by F.W.Stevens turned out to be the icon of Bombay as the 'Gothic City'.
Classic Pop Corn at Rs. 5 - Platform 6/7 exist! #MustTry
Prepare for a long walk of you are entering from D N Road side and your train is from pf 18!
Coffee @ the stall is very good...
Once here, get onto any double decker bus, get pm top, and take a ride of town. Amaz
For lesscrowd get 1st class ticket. The 1st class cabin is NOT labeled in the station but on the train with strips. If a cabin have a lady head that's a lady only cabin.
If you want to experience how a fish market stinks, do visit this place ...
Consider urself lucky to read this tip/comment, this station was barged wit terrorists! Take a moment from ur busy lifes to remember them
Try sugarcane juice....
Huge station with all old build up.... Lots of eatry and a bigg line for tickets
Kasaab you Son of Bitch!!!26/11 We wont forget!lord bless mumbai
Kasaab you were such an ass!!
Samosa stalls inside!
roam around and inside the station for some excellent bombay-gothic style of architecture including the Municipality building and the Times of India building
All set for the camp.. Waiting for the train..
The apple juice vendor. Wow! Try it out @ platform # 1
Be careful during rush hours. Best to visit mid-day or in the evening.
Beware of the taxi drivers.If you look them in the eyes,hordes of them will surround you asking you where you want to go even if you are in your car at that moment.
Always hard to reach the station in morning, and difficult to leave from in evening.
The city is very pleasent... people here are crazy....they are on a run to achieve something or other......
Probably the best looking Railway Station
Bad food..otherwise ok to hang around wit friends
I just dont understand how they manage the trains here never seen man working faster than machine