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Howrah Railway Station

This is the oldest as well as largest railway station of India and is the second busiest of the country as well. It has 23 platforms andalso one of the largest traffic per day. It is one of the intercity railway stations of India, the others being the Sealdah Station, Shalimar Station and the Kolkata Station. The railway station looks awesome from outside with a typical Church style of design with a huge clock on top. This is on the West Bank of the Hooghly River and is connected by the famous air suspended bridge known as the Second Hooghly Setu or simply the Hooghly or Howrah Bridge. The station was started in the year 1824. All the railway authorities have their trains linked from here to other parts of the country and the local authority is no doubt the Eastern Railway.
Shubham Sharma
It's the new day and the end of that 28 hour's train routeOne thing that I learned about the train journey is their variety of passenger's and their different story. Well hoping that the Kolkata would accept me for my rest journey.
Paurav Joshi
Deya Das
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Digha-Mandarmani are very famous beach destination among people residing in eastern part of India located right on bay of bengal.This is one of the best weekend trip destination from kolkata.Though digha occassionally is crowded with people,mandarmani is a calm,scenatic beauty.We start early morning from Howrah Railway Station by Shatabdi Express.Reached digha in 4hrs.Booked a hotel in new digha.We have fun in sea in the afternoon with beach walk  in the evening.Lunch dinner at sea side restaurant with sea food.Nicely prepared and cheap in price.
Debadrita Basak
And this time it was not at all my Solo trip. This time, I went with my family. We took train from Howrah Station on 10th November and reached Varanasi on the very next day, morning.