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Chakala (Marathi: चकाला) is a locality in the suburb of Andheri in Mumbai. It was a former station on the Salsette-Trombay Railway. It was dismantled after the rail line closed down in 1934. It is served by the Western Express Highway and Chakala stations on Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro.
Chakala is one of the most prominent industrial localities in Mumbai. Chakala also is home to many other small scale businesses and has proximal airport access.
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