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BSR/Vasai Road (7 PFs)
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[Bassein Road]

Track: Quadruple Electric-Line

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Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 7
Number of Halting Trains: 130
Number of Originating Trains: 7
Number of Terminating Trains: 7
Next to ST Depot,Navghar, Vasai 401202
State: Maharashtra
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Zone: WR/Western
Division: Mumbai
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Jun 04 2020 (16:25)   BSR/Vasai Road (7 PFs)
ForeverRailfan
Karthik.iyer27^~   39212 blog posts
Entry# 4644314            Tags  
Alight here for Vajreshwari Temple
The Shree Vajreshwari Yogini Devi Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Vajreshwari, located in the town Vajreshwari, 75 km away from Mumbai. The town, earlier known as Vadvali, was renamed Vajreshwari in honour of the presiding deity of the temple.
The town of Vajreshwari, on banks of the river Tansa, lies in Bhiwandi city, Thane district, Maharashtra, India It is 31 km away from the nearest railway station of Virar. The temple is located near the post office of Vajreshwari town, on the Mandagiri hillock,
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which was formed out of a volcanic eruption and is surrounded by hills on all sides.

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Jun 24 2016 (11:58)   BSR/Vasai Road (7 PFs)
stanley.saji
stanley.saji   2 blog posts
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Outstation trains halt on platform 6 and 7
platform 1 is a terminal platform
platform 2,3 serves through-line
platform 4,5 serves main-line

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Feb 25 2019 (19:09)
adityaudaykamat
adityaudaykamat   13 blog posts
Re# 1905529-1               Past Edits
Generally true, sometimes exceptions may occur.
Travelled by Madgaon Hapa Weekly Express (22907) in November 2017, it was halted on Platform no.4

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Feb 08 2020 (13:35)
Ronnie Braganza
Roncine~   136 blog posts
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Any lift/Escalator on Pf 6/7

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May 11 2020 (06:18)
Kunal A~   13 blog posts
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No lift and Escalators available.
Apr 10 2014 (13:18)   BSR/Vasai Road (7 PFs)
PASCHIM RAILWAY
PASCHIMRAILWAY^~   6470 blog posts
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Vasai or Bassein Fort is a large fort in Vasai village, in the Vasai taluka (county) of the District of Thane, Konkan Division, Maharashtra State, Republic of India. The name "Bassein" is the English version of the Portuguese "Baçaim" (with the "ç" spoken as "s" and with the "m" silent), itself a version of an apparently native name that may have a connection to the Vasa Konkani tribals of the North Konkan region, extending from Mumbai into "South Gujarat." The Marathi name of the place is Vasai.
The complete form of the Portuguese name is "Fortaleza de São Sebastião de Baçaim" or the Fort of St. Sebastian of Vasai. The Vasai fort is a monument of national importance and is protected by
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the Archaeological Survey of India
The fort and the village are accessible most easily through the Vasai Road Railway Station, which itself is in Manikpur-Navghar, a part of the newly raised City of Vasai-Virar (See "Vasai-Virar Municipal Corporation"), and lies to the immediate north of the cities of Mumbai and Mira Road-Bhayander. The "Vasai Road" Railway Station is on the Western Railway line in the direction of Virar Railway Station
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