Bangkok Noi Railway Station (Old Railway Bangkok Noi Station)
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Bangkok Noi Railway Station ( Old Railway Bangkok Noi Station ) The old Thonburi Railway Station, initially known as Bangkok Noi Railway Station, is a previous railroad station in Bangkok, Thailand. It was the end of the Southern Line of Thailand’s national rail organize
from 1903 to 1999. The Bangkok Noi Railway Station was opened on 19 June 1903, and filled in as the end of the Southern Line of the State Railway of Thailand’s national rail organize. The first building was outlined by German draftsman Karl Siegfried Döhring. In 1942, the station was renamed Thonburi Station. Amid World War II, the station turned out to be deliberately imperative as the Japanese base of operations for providing the development of the Burma Railway. It was extremely harmed by rehashed Allied besieging in December 1944 and March 1945. The station was modified in 1950 to plans by Mom Chao Vodhyakara Varavarn, however its significance diminished toward the finish of the twentieth century as more Southern Line trains were rerouted to end at Hua Lamphong Station. (The Southern Line had been associated with the Northern, Northeastern and Eastern Lines with the development of Rama VI Bridge in 1927.) In 1999, to observe King Bhumibol Adulyadej’s seventy-second birthday, the station and its encompassing regions were redeveloped into a recreation center and stopping and administration territories for Siriraj Hospital. Another station (known as Bangkok Noi Station until 2003, now known as Thon Buri Station) was worked around 900 meters from the first station to supplant it as the Southern end. Trains to the old station proceeded until 3 October 2003. Responsibility for station and its grounds was thusly exchanged to Siriraj Hospital to fill in as the site of the Sayamindradhiraj Medical Institute. In 2013, the station building was remodeled to fill in as the site of Siriraj Bimuksthan Museum. The historical center’s displays incorporate those viewing the region’s causes as the royal residence of Prince Anurak Devesh, who filled in as Rear Palace amid the rule of King Phuttha Yotfa Chulalok, the building’s previous part as railroad station, and also the establishment of Siriraj Hospital and its restorative school.
KANCHANABURI Province Thailand, in western Thailand, is known for its national parks of thick wilderness, waterfalls and limestone holes. Seven-layered waterfalls can be found at Srinakarin Dam National Park, while Erawan National Park has water blue falls (in addition to elephants, monkeys and cobras). The region’s WWII-time Burma Railway, worked by detainees of war, was deified in the film “The Bridge on the River Kwai.” Find to More Trip to Kachanaburi Province from Bangkok Daily Tour and Package Tour ;
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