Central Railway Station Madras 1911
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Charcoal Painting: Central Railway Station Madras 1911
Size (WxH) : 19 x 14 Inches
Finish : Pen & Charcoal
This is The 1911 Chennai Central Pen & charcoal painting. It is the main railway terminus in the City of Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. It is the busiest railway station in South India and one of the most important hubs in the country with the distinction of having the longest name among all stations on the Indian Railways. It is now an iconic landmark of Chennai city, and maybe the whole of South India. It initially started with 4 platforms, today they spread it into an astounding 17 platforms. The terminus was Designed by George Hardinge, a British architect in both Gothic and Romanesque style architecture. Another British architect Robert Chisholm added the famous clock tower to the building that solemnly watches the world go by. Chisholm had pioneered the Indo-Saracenic style architecture.