Wadala

Wadala (Marathi: वडाळा) (also spelled Vadala, formerly spelt Wuddala) is a locality of the city of Mumbai. Wadala Road is a station on the Harbour Line of Mumbai's railway network.

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Vadala - Gallery
... Vithhal Mandir, Wadala West Our Lady of Dolours Church, Wadala West Rocket Garden, Wadala West Don Bosco Church, Wadala West Indian Patent Office, Wadala East UDCT, Wadala West ...
Vadala - Utilities
... Wadala is supplied electricity by BEST ... Wadala experiences very few electricity cuts in a year, if at all ... There are police stations in both Wadala West and East ...
Vadala - Landmarks and Architecture
... Wadala has a large number of old temples, university campuses and is also home to the world's largest IMAX dome theater ... The BEST Transport Museum is also located at Wadala’s Anik bus depot ... Wadala is also known for churches, temples and dargas ...
Mumbai Monorail - History
... The system will traverse through Jacob Circle, Wadala, Mahul and Chembur, paving the way for a feeder service to the existing suburban railway network ... the first portion of the line, between Chembur and Wadala, is now expected to be operational in August 2013 ... The second portion, from Jacob Circle to Wadala, is expected to be ready by December 2013 ...
Wadala - Gallery
... Vithhal Mandir, Wadala West Our Lady of Dolours Church, Wadala West Rocket Garden, Wadala West Don Bosco Church, Wadala West Indian Patent Office, Wadala East ...