Airoli is a suburb in the city of Navi Mumbai. Around 20 min from Thane and 10 min from Bhandup, or Mulund it is also accessible by the newly completed railway line from Thane or Vashi. ...more on Wikipedia about "Airoli"
Ambernath is a small town on the outskirts of Mumbai. It is famous for an 11th century Shiva temple where a fair is held every year on Mahashivratri. It has a Central Railway Suburban link to Mumbai and lies on the route to Pune. Most people rely on the railway link to commute to Mumbai for work. It became a town when companies like WIMCO and DMC came to the town. Many people also live in an area Ordnance estate which is meant for the Ordnance factory nearby. It has given India an Olympian in the form of Hockey player Mervyn Fernandes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ambernath"
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Badlapur is one of the fastest growing towns in Mumbai Conurbation, India. Badlapur was recognised as a town for the first time in 1971 as a non-municipal town in the Ulhasnagar tehsil (district). It is a railway station on the Mumbai-Pune route of the Central Railway and is located about 68 kilometres from Mumbai, 34 kilometres from Thane and 10 kilometres from Ulhasnagar. The town is well connected to the Mumbai-Pune highway and to Vashi through the MIDC road. This region consists of mountains -- some of which are tunnelled for local trains going from Mumbai CST to Badlapur, Karjat or Khopoli. There is a small industrial area (MIDC Badlapur) out of the town located such that no foul smell reaches the town. ...more on Wikipedia about "Badlapur"
Bandra is a suburb of Mumbai (formerly known as Bombay), popularly nick-named "Queen Of The Suburbs". It is home to a railway station on the Mumbai Suburban Railway, Western line. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bandra"
CBD Belapur is a node of Navi Mumbai, with a fairly vibrant Central Business District that is moving some of the economy out of congested central Mumbai into the hinterland. Belapur is also one of the largest assembly constituencies from this region. CBD Belapur has been growing since the 1990s, and is now home to colleges as well as a number of technology businesses. ...more on Wikipedia about "CBD Belapur"
Chembur is a suburb of Mumbai, India, as well as a railway station on the Harbour Line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chembur" The Ultimate www.shortopedia.com Machine. Mumbai_railway_stations
Chunabhatti is a suburb of Mumbai. It is also the name of a railway station on the Mumbai suburban railway on the Harbour line. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chunabhatti"
Cotton Green is the name of a suburb of Mumbai. It is also the name of a railway station on the Mumbai suburban railway. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cotton Green"
Currey Road is a railway station on the Central line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway serving the areas of Lalbaug and Parel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Currey Road"
Govandi is a rail station on Mumbai, India's Central Railway - Harbour Line. ...more on Wikipedia about "Govandi"
Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar, Mumbai (G.T.B. Nagar) is named after the ninth Sikh Guru Sri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji ( Gurmukhi: ਸ੍ਰੀ ਗੁਰੂ ਤੇਗ ਬਹਾਦਰ ਜੀ, Devanagari: स्री गुरु तेग बहादर जी) ( April 1 1621 - November 11 1675) was the ninth of the Ten Gurus of Sikhism and became Guru on March 20 1665 following in the footsteps of his grand-nephew, Guru Har Krishan. Before he died, he nominated his son, Gobind Rai – who later was renamed - Guru Gobind Singh, as the next, and as it turned out, the last Guru of the Sikhs – in human form. ...more on Wikipedia about "Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar"
Kalyan is a central line suburb of Mumbai, India. It is a part of Greater Mumbai agglomeration. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kalyan"
Karjat is a small town in Maharashtra, India. Agriculture is the main occupation. Karjat comes under the green zone and so there aren't any factories or industries around, and Karjat is known for its clean air. It has an engineering college affiliated to the University of Mumbai and also a few other graduation colleges. ...more on Wikipedia about "Karjat, India" The www.shortopedia.com spirit Mumbai_railway_stations
Khandeshwar is one of the recently developed nodes of Navi Mumbai, and is also a railway station on the Central (Harbour) line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khandeshwar"
For the neighbourhood, see Khar. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khar Road"
(Khargar) Kharghar is one of the recently developed nodes of Navi Mumbai, and is known among locals for the various educational institutes based here. It is also a railway station on the Central (Harbour) line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Khargar"
King's Circle is a railway station on Mumbai's Harbour Line. It is also the name of a circular park in Matunga, Mumbai, which has since been renamed Maheshwari Udyan. Like most other renamed places, locals still prefer calling it by its old name. Located very close to King's Circle station is S.I.E.S High School which is one of Mumbai's oldest and premier schools. King's Circle is also central to various other places like Koliwada, Wadala or Vadala, Sion, Dadar and C.G.S. Colony ( Antop Hill); and is a prime location for real estate and business due to which real estate costs are rather high. Most newcomers find it difficult to afford owning a house in King's Circle and those that are already owned belong to people living here since atleast a couple of generations. ...more on Wikipedia about "King's Circle"
Koliwada railway station or Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar (G.T.B.N.) station is a stop on the harbour line of Mumbai's suburban railway network. It follows the Wadala station and is followed by the Chunabhatti station. The area around this station is also known as Guru Tegh Bahadur Nagar, has a majority Sikh population and many dhabas or eateries as well as automobile repair workshops. The area is also famous for its tandoori chicken. Although King's Circle and Koliwada stations are located on the harbour line, the two stations are on different routes splitting (logically) at Wadala. The physical split occurs some distance from Wadala at the Raoli junction. ...more on Wikipedia about "Koliwada railway station"
(Mahim) It is a suburb of Mumbai, India. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mahim"
Mankhurd is a suburb of Bombay. The township lies on the Harbour Line and is the last stop in the city before New Bombay. After Mankhurd, trains cross the Vashi Bridge before reaching Vashi, in New Bombay. Mankhurd also has a railway line run by the Bombay Port Trust. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mankhurd"
Mansarovar is one of the recently developed nodes of Navi Mumbai, and is also a railway station on the Central (Harbour) line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mansarovar (Navi Mumbai)"
Marine Lines is the name of an area in South Mumbai. It is also the name of a railway station on the Mumbai suburban railway. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marine Lines"
The Mumbai Suburban Railway system, part of the public transport in Mumbai, carries more than 6.1 million commuters everyday. It has the highest passenger density in the world. More than half of the total daily passenger trips on Indian Railways are performed on Mumbai Suburban Railway system. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mumbai Suburban Railway"
Neral is a small town, 90 km from Mumbai (Bombay) in the Maharashtra state of India. ...more on Wikipedia about "Neral, India"
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