Bandra Terminus railway station
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|Regional rail and Light rail station|
|Location||Bandra (East), Mumbai, Maharashtra
|Elevation||4.00 metres (13.12 ft)|
|Connections||Bus Stand, Auto rickshaw Stand, Prepaid Taxi Stand|
|Zone(s)||Western Railway zone|
|Division(s)||Mumbai WR railway division|
Bandra Terminus is a railway terminus in Bandra (E) from where trains bound for northern and western India are scheduled regularly. It is one of the six railway terminus within Mumbai City. The other five terminus are – Mumbai CST, Mumbai Central, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (Kurla Terminus) and Dadar(Central Railway) & Dadar (Western Railway). It was built in the 1990s to decongest the main Mumbai Central station.
Bandra Terminus is close to 'Bandra-Kurla Complex', a commercially important part of Mumbai as well as Mumbai Airport.
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