Howrah Station was rebuilt between 1900 and 1908 with both Romanesque and Moorish characteristics. A critic described it as “a huge red brick conglomerate of Tibetan monastic and English penal suggestion. Eight towers dominate its jumbled façade, six of them with wide eaves (the monastic part), two with solid square tops (the prison)”.


  • Title: Howrah Station
  • Exhibit-code: MSMS5

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