Saturday, December 29, 2012

Foy's Lake

Foy's Lake is a synthetic lake in Chittagong, Bangladesh. It was fashioned in 1924 by assembling a boom transversely the river that arose miserable from the hills in the arctic part of Chittagong. The resolution of fashioning an artificial lake was to afford water to the house of railway gathering. It was named after Mr Foy who was a Railway concoct and supposed to materialized the mission. Pahartali was fundamentally a railway city with lawn, yard and shelter. A respectable number of railway workforces breathes there. Presently, a deportment workshop, diesel workshop, loco shed, workroom, rations, electric workshop, school (established in 1924) are situated.
The zone goes to Railway. However, an enjoyment park, accomplished by the Accord group, is positioned now.

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