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Is there any luggage storage facility near New Delhi Railway station?

Is there any luggage storage facility near New Delhi Railway station?

Old Feb 5, 19, 6:03 am
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Is there any luggage storage facility near New Delhi Railway station?

Hi, I would be travelling to Allahabad next month and unfortunately I have a layover of about 8 hours at the New Delhi Railway station(NDLS). So I am thinking of exploring New Delhi as I can't really spend my eight hours at the station.
Could someone please advise me any luggage storage facility near NDLS where I could safely leave my luggage to explore Delhi!
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Old Feb 10, 19, 3:01 am
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there used to be a storage/cloak room where they can store your luggage....you have to show them your train ticket & they let you store your luggage for a fee....
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Old Apr 28, 19, 1:53 pm
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There are cloakrooms provided by bagdolo on both sides of the New Delhi Railway Station - Ajmeri gate and Paharganj. These are locations just outside the station and provide you seals to lock your bags. Try calling them up and checking timings before you make a booking. My guess is they are open 24X7.
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Old May 1, 19, 2:43 pm
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Originally Posted by v_bhard View Post
<<<snipped>>>Could someone please advise me any luggage storage facility near NDLS where I could safely leave my luggage to explore Delhi!
Make sure that you photograph your luggage being handed over. Several years ago someone I know left a new compact Samsonite with only overnight clothes in it at the "Left Luggage Counter" for a few hours to visit some friends before catching his train for an overnight trip. When he came back to claim his luggage he was handed an old cheap tattered empty suitcase. The counter personnel insisted that it was the piece of luggage that was handed over to them for safekeeping and no amount of protests helped find the original suitcase. Fortunately nothing of value other than the new Samsonite suitcase was lost. I don't' recall if the acquaintance ever filed a claim for the missing suitcase.
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