Gujarat Trip - Part 3
Continuing my first post on my recent Gujarat trip, this post shows the Jamnagar Railway Station. In the first post, I had shown wildlife photographs taken just before the Jamnagar Railway Station.
The below photograph can serve as the example of how Indian railway stations look like. They're very very basic; sometimes, just the platform and the name of the railway station, which the beginning of the Jamnagar Railway Station looks like. Actually, this photograph is of the extension of the main railway station, but it is serving a very common look of the railway stations of the small towns in India. The small towns in India have this typical yellow-painted stone-made (now-a-days cement made perhaps) station-name-walls put-up on 2 thin pillars standing straight on their large bases. The name-wall mentions the station name in 3 different languages — the local language (Gujarati in case of Jamnagar), Hindi (the national language of India) and English. Do you see something written in red just below the black-letter-names? It mentions in Hindi, how high the place is from the sea level. Jamnagar is just 8.39 meters above the sea level; it's actually a city by the sea. Here's the photo of the railway station…
Gujarat Trip - Part 2
Gujarat Trip - Part 1