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Address: Tripura 799275, India

Station Code: MANU)MON

Station Name: MANU)MONU

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Total Unique Trains: 6

Train Frequency Weekly: 37

Station Traffic: Low

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RECENT NEWS

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Press Release No. 39601-03-2021
Hubballi
Press Release No. 396, BENGALURU DIVISION SETS TO RESTORE 4 HERITAGE STATIONS

                                     दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे/ SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

        प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 396  Dt: 26.02.2021                     

BENGALURU DIVISION SETS TO RESTORE 4 HERITAGE STATIONS

           Bengaluru Division plans to restore and preserve Railway Heritage Structures.

•           Heritage structures o­n Chikballapur – Kolar Railway Line to be restored and preserved in the first phase.

•           The railway stations in Rajanukunte, Oorgaum, Champion and Chintamani will be developed as heritage railway Stations.in the second phase.

•           MoU Signed with INTACH for restoration and preservation of  Doddajala, Devenahalli, Nandihalt and Avathihalli Stations.

•           Creation of additional amenities for restored and preserved heritage structures is part of MoU

•           first initiative in South Western Railway where restoration project is being taken up under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

            Bengaluru Division of South Western Railway has chalked out plans to rejuvenate its station buildings under the directions of Shri AK Singh , General Manager, South Western Railway and Shri PK Mishra , Additional Railway Manager .

            In the first phase, 4 Old station buildings o­n KSR Bengaluru- Chikballapur-Kolar Railway line,Devanahalli, Doddajala, Avathihalli and Nandi Halt  will be restored and preserved  in  the initiative  that will enhance their heritage value .

            In the second phase, the railway stations in Rajanukunte, Oorgaum, Champion and Chintamani are planned to be developed as heritage railway Stations.

            As a first step towards this initiative, Smt. Kusuma Hariprasad, Additional Divisional Railway Manager (Administration) Signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art & Cultural Heritage) yesterday  (25.02.2021) in presence of Shri Ashok Kumar Verma.

            INTACH is a non-profit organization which works for preservation of heritages sites in the country. It is associated with Archeological Survey of India.

            The MoU seeks to Restore and Preserve Heritage Railway Stations at Doddajala, Devanahalli, Avatihalli and Nandi Halt based o­n different themes related to history and heritage. This is o­ne of the region's oldest Railway line. These buildings are quaint examples of colonial style architecture located in  picturesque, stretch . The line, in Meter gauge became operational in August 1915.

            The works stipulated in MoU will be undertaken in two stages. In the first stage, INTACH will undertake the renovation, restoration and preservation of the Station buildings in consultation with Railways and identify the partners under CSR for funding the initiative.

            In the second stage, ways and means of sustainable maintenance of preserved and restored buildings will be developed by creating additional amenities at the Stations and surroundings.

            An Art Centre-cum-Cultural Centre-cum Conventional Centre will be developed at Doddajala. Interpretation Centre for monuments and History, Café or Snack counter will be set up at Devenahalli. A Silk Museum and Resource Centre along with a Park, with appropriate tree planting and landscaping will be made at Avathihalli, A Rail Museum, Café, Restaurant, Cultural performance Centre, Pop-up weekend crafts Markets, Interpretation Centre, Open Air Theater and  Amphitheater will be provided at Nandi Halt Station.

            This is the first initiative in South Western Railway where restoration project is being taken up under Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

            Shri Ashok Kumar Verma, Divisional Railway Manager Bengaluru  informed that the main  objectives of the MoU are renovation, restoration and preservation of the old existing Heritage rich railway structures  at these four Railway stations, in such a way to showcase the  cultural and monumental  Heritage besides developing / providing the  infrastructure in and around the four heritage station sites to boost tourism .  He opined that the above stations are likely to attract large number of tourists after restoration work

            South Western Railway in last o­ne year has achieved historical milestones by opening Railway Museum , Hubballi, redeveloping Mysuru Railway , museum etc. If any firms, companies or individuals come forward to take up works in Railways under Corporate Social Responsibility, Railway is ready to extend full support and facilitate new projects.


                                                                   Chief Public Relations Officer                                                                    South Western Railway, Hubballi





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Press Release No. 293 01-12-2020
Hubballi
Press Release No. 293, HUBBALLI RAILWAY MUSEUM A BIG HIT IN NORTH KARNATAKA AS DAILY FOOTFALL PICKS UP

दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे/ SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 293  Dt: 01.12.2020      

HUBBALLI RAILWAY MUSEUM A BIG HIT IN NORTH KARNATAKA AS DAILY FOOTFALL PICKS UP

Railway museum, Hubballi was virtually dedicated to the nation by Shri Pralhad Joshi, Hon’ble Union Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Coal & Mines and Shri Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Union Minister of Railways, Commerce and Industry, through video link o­n 9th    Aug 2020. Since then, this museum captured imagination of thousands of visitors.  There has been a consistent rise in visitors to the Museum from its inception in Aug.2020.

From a meager 2,683 visitors that came to the museum in Aug. 20 (in 20 days), the numbers have consistently increased to 6,628 visitors in Nov. 20.  Till Nov., about 24,357 people have visited the museum out of which around 5000 were children. 13,783 people took the toy train ride which has been the favorite of the children visiting the museum. 

On an average 140-150 people visit the Museum during working days and o­n weekends the numbers jump to 400 per day. In the month of Aug out of 2,683 people who visited the museum 1,373 took the Toy train ride, in Sept out of 7198 people, 4223 took the train ride, in Oct out of 7848 people, 4159 took the train ride. In the month of Nov. 6,628 people visited the museum and 4,028 to the toy train ride. 

The museum beckons visitors to explore the journey with an attractive entrance as well as restored and illuminated locomotives, coach and wagon along with other rare and interesting exhibits.  What makes the museum distinct is that it is the first of its kind, Museum in North Karnataka.

Some of the highlights of museum are

1)  A Narrow gauge coach that illustrates "Unity in Diversity" with life size mannequins of partners from various parts of India

2)  Two 113 year old cottages - Malaprabha, Ghataprabha, renovated to house indoor artifacts

3)  Toy train

4)  Platform housing theatre coach

For convenience of visitors "Suruchi" cafeteria provides range of regional delicacies.

The Museum is open from 12.00 noon to 7.00 pm from Tuesdays to Fridays and o­n weekends Museum will function from 12.00 noon to 8.00 pm.  The museum is closed    every Monday.  Museum will also remain closed o­n Public Holidays.

Ticket charge for adults (aged above 12 yrs) is fixed at Rs.20/- and for children (aged 5 to 12) is Rs.20/-. Entry for children below 5 yrs is free.  

In the wake of Covid Pandemic, visitors to the museum shall observe COVID appropriate behavior. Visitors shall positively wear face mask throughout the visit and  maintain social distancing.  The visitors are requested to sanitise their hands frequently using sanitizer dispenser provides at the entrance and other prominent locations.   Due to the present situation the theatre coach has been kept closed till such time of complete relaxation is announced for lock down.

Railways since the time of inception in 1853 have shaped and unified our Nation, rightly earning the sobriquet of "Life line of Nation", bridging distances and connecting people. The evolution of Railways from steam era to modern bullet train era is a journey that is presented in interesting way in museum. Heritage Railway Museum, Hubballi, beckons the public to take a tour of the museum and enjoy the visual treat of Railway Heritage items.

Shri Ajay Kumar Singh, GM/SWR said that it's heartening to note that Railway museum, Hubballi is witnessing very good footfall and has turned out to be o­ne of the most see tourist places in Hubballi - Dharwad twin cities. Located strategically o­n Gadag road enroute to Hosapete - World Heritage site with historical monuments, Railway museum, Hubballi is set to become even more popular o­nce schools re-open.  He said that each room and each section in the museum weaves a captivating story to educate, chronicles a tale to enchant and kindles passion for rich glorious heritage.

Efforts have been made, to provide variety of experience in rail museum, beyond mere passive display of objects, to appeal general public specially students & children and to connect them with railway heritage and the journey of Railways.


                                                                   Chief Public Relations Officer                                                                    South Western Railway, Hubballi

                                                 








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