We know for a fact that travelling in Indian trains is a simple and enigmatic experience. Having employed over 1.4 million people, Indian Railways is the 8th largest employer in the world and also the largest network to be operated by a single government. It stands third in the world for having the largest network - 127,760 km long. Recently, we penned down the lesser known things about Indian railways that everyone should know. Unfortunately, we forgot to mention this fascinating station.
Separated by States, United by Railways: The Navapur Railway Station is located in two states, with half of the station being located in Maharashtra and the other half in Gujarat. Navapur is Taluka Headquarter in Nandurbar district, Maharashtra. pic.twitter.com/b165jnedQz— Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) 2 May 2018