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Medium & Surface: Inkjet print on archival paper
Framing Info: This work is mounted and pasted on sunboard and comes with a dark brown color wooden framing option
Delivery within 10-12 working days
Churchgate Station has been the southernmost station of Bombay since the 1930s and gets its name from the area it is located in, Church Gate Street (now Veer Nariman Road). Up to the mid 19th century, Bombay was a walled city with three gates; Church Gate, named after St Thomas Cathedral, was one of the gates located near Flora Fountain. The first suburban service in the city with steam traction was introduced in 1867 and extended to Churchgate in 1870. The first electric train was introduced in 1928 between Churchgate and Borivali. Churchgate is the head office of the Western Railway. The building was constructed in 1899 under the direction of Frederick William Stevens in the Indo-Saracenic architectural style.
Open edition prints are available in sizes S, M, L, XL, and XXL which are approximate to A4, A3, A2, A1 and A0 sizes respectively. We have chosen these because they are standard sizes and provide easy reference points to visualize your print. Limited edition prints are sold as per the size and specifications desired by the photographer.
Paper print sizes S and M will have 1” visible border on all sides. Paper print sizes L , XL and XXL will have 2” visible border on all sides.
All Canvas prints will have 2” non visible border on all sides for stretching and framing purpose.