Many ‘Mumbaikars’ would be surprised to know that at one time, post
independence the South Mumbai locality of Colaba possessed a railway station.
It was way back in 1893 that train services were made public from this neighborhood.
Furthermore, this station was situated in an intimidating stone building located in close proximity to Sasson Docks. It was eventually to make way for expansion of ‘Maximum City’ that this railway station was destroyed.
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