Frontier Mail , a very prestigious train during British times started by B B C I R - Bombay Baroda Central India Railway ).
It ran between Colaba ( Bombay / Mumbai of today ) and Landi Kotal ( Peshawar )in NWFP - North West Frontier Province ( now in Pakistan ).
At Colaba terminus , Frontier Mail's timings coincided with timings of Passenger ships ( P and O - Peninsula and Oriental ) which anchored at Colaba jetty along with Rail terminus of Frontier Mail.
Passengers ( mostly Britishers ) would disembark from the train and board the Ship gangway ( right adjacent ) to the train and vice versa.One side of platform railway , other side ship anchorage.
After 1947 sea travel gave way to travel by air.
The Railway line between Churchgate Station and Colaba ( in Mumbai ) was removed.
Now the train ( Golden Temple Express ) runs between Amritsar Station and Bombay Central ( Mumbai ).
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Gomoh Railway Station ( Near Dhanbad - Jharkhand )has been renamed as Netaji Subhash Chander Bose Gomoh Station. Netaji boarded Kalka Mail at Gomoh on 18 January 1941. The Station has , now , Netaji's statues.