Vadodara Junction railway station is the lynchpin station in the Indian city of Vadodara, Gujarat. It is the busiest station in Gujarat and in addition a noteworthy stop on the western railway zone of Indian railways.The station was built in 1861 for the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway organization by the then Gaekwad ruler Maharaja Khanderao. The current building was recently developed by Indian Railways in 1954 by wrecking the first littler station. It is a genuinely huge station with 7 platforms on the primary line with more than 250 trains ending and it has total 9 tracks. There are 2 foot over extension interfacing stage 1 to 6. Stage 2, 3 and 6 has sliding inclines and stage 1 has lifts. There are two ways out for exit. A Pay and Use Toilet office is accessible at Platform 6. Platform 1 has waiting up room and resigning rooms and in addition a refreshment canteen. A few ATM are found recently outside platform 1.
What brings a grin on an eager man's face? What fills the small scale breaks of our normal life? The answer is food… Bhajjiyas and dhoklas forms the universal mantra for the barodians. Apart from that, sev usal, dalwada, samosa, kachori, khaman, maggi, and different sorts of egg dishes and variants of Mexican food clubbed with Gujarati dishes and flavours form the food culture. Well, all these and rest many more mouth-watering and delicious dishes can be made available at your disposal, even if you’re in a train. Railrider is your go-to travel partner when it comes to excellent food delivery in a train. With Railrider, you all need to do is order your food online via app or website or by calling customer care executives. For payment, you can do it online or by cash on delivery. Only care that needs to be taken care by you is you have to order 1hour before Vadodara station arrives. Don’t bother about delivery as we never miss out for any station regardless of station size or the train stoppage time.