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Overview of Tilak Bridge Railway Station – TKJ

Tilak Bridge Railway Station (station code TKJ) is on Northern Railway’s New Delhi-Hazrat Nizamuddin section in the Old Delhi division. The number of platforms at the station is four. Tilak Bridge station is directly connected to 189 stations including Ghaziabad Junction, Meerut City Junction, Muzaffarnagar, Panipat Junction, Gurgaon, Rohtak Junction, Bhatinda Junction, Faridabad, Vrindavan Road, Mathura Junction, Agra Cantonment, Moradabad, Bareilly and Aligarh. As many as 103 trains stop at the station every day. It is located at a distance of about 16 kms from the Indira Gandhi International Airport.Nearest Metro Station –

The nearest Delhi Metro station from Tilak Bridge Railway Station is Mandi House Metro Station. The distance between the two is one km.

Facilities at the Station –

Tilak Bridge Railway Station has computerized booking counters, a waiting room, refreshment stalls and drinking water facility, but the station is, usually, quite dirty. The toilets stink and there is no toilet for women, although over a thousand passengers use the station every day. Women travelers experience a feeling of insecurity as the station is often frequented by inebriated persons.

Restaurants near Tilak Bridge Station –

The restaurants near Tilak Bridge Railway station include Cafe Buddy’s, Ashish Dhaba, Lal Dhaba, Triveni, Hot ‘n’ Chillz, Kwality Wall’s Swirl’s, Mandarin Express, Meat Junction, McDonald’s, Barista Lavazza, Bagli’s Kitchen, Parsi Anjuman, Le Petit, Woks, Coffee Day Xpress, Ganesh Restaurant, Earthen Pot, and Botanix Nature Resort.

Food in Tilak Bridge Area –

Tilak Bridge Railway Station area is in Delhi. So, it has Delhi flavor here. Delhi cuisine has been influenced by Punjabi, Mughalai, Rajasthani, Afghan, Mongol, South Indian and British cuisine. Its original Indian cuisine has been blended by all these factors. Tandoori and Mughlai dishes are predominant. Fast food, street food and Chinese have also become popular. Makai ki roti, sarso ka saag, paranthas, jalebis, halwas, samosas, chaats and lassi and falooda remain the favorite menu.