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A Railway Station

A railway station is a very important place for railway communication. It is a place where trains stop and start from. The passengers of a train get into or get down from a train at a railway station. It has one or more red buildings. They are generally made of brick. From a distance, one can see the green and red signals and red buildings of a station. It has some rooms. Some of them are the waiting rooms for male and female passengers. There are ticket counters, a booking office for goods, the station master’s room, some tea stalls, other stalls, etc. in a railway station. Here many hawkers are found shouting the names of their goods and selling them. Here railway porters are found looking for the passengers to carry their goods. In every railway station, there are two or more railway lines (or, tracks). Near the station, there are two signal posts with red and green signals. The point’s man maintains the signals. He also moves along the platform with red and green flags in his hand. Just outside the station, there are stands for rickshaws, auto-rickshaws, and other vehicles. Before the arrival of a train, the passengers collect their tickets standing in a queue. When a train arrives, the station becomes busy and noisy. Some passengers get into the train and some passengers get down from it. When it leaves the station, it becomes calm and quiet — sometimes it looks like a deserted place.


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