About: Vile Parle Railway Station – Opened in 1906

About - Vile Parle Railway Station (Mumbai Suburban, Maharashtra, India)

The villages of Vial Parla and Ju were granted in inam to Navroji Jamshedji.

The station was opened in the village of Veleh Padle. It is said that the name “Vile Parle” has been derived from two small but old temples: Virleshwar and Parleshwar

Vile Parle becomes the first station on the Western Line to have an escalator.

The region houses Mumbai Airport’s Domestic Terminal and is also a well-established hub for students due to the presence of many esteemed educational institutes. The famous Parle biscuit factory was located here too.

(Source: Display Board)