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Buniadpur railway station

Indian Railway Station
LocationBuniadpur, West Bengal, India
Coordinates25°23′10″N 88°24′04″E / 25.3860°N 88.4011°E / 25.3860; 88.4011
Elevation28 metres (92 ft)
Owned byIndian Railway
Operated byNortheast Frontier Railway
Line(s)Eklakhi–Balurghat branch line
Tracks3 in number, 1,676mm (5ft in)"(Broad Gauge)" in type.
ConnectionsSignalling System available.
Structure typeStandard (on ground station)
Other information
Station codeBNDP
Zone(s) Northeast Frontier Railway
Division(s) Katihar
Opened30 December 2004
RebuiltYear 2007
ElectrifiedSingle Diesel line
Preceding station   Indian Railway   Following station
Northeast Frontier Railway Zone
Buniadpur railway station is located in West Bengal
Buniadpur railway station
Location of Buniadpur railway station in West Bengal

Buniadpur Railway Station is a Railway Station of Buniadpur City belonging to Northeast Frontier Railway Zone located in Dakshin Dinajpur district in the state of West Bengal,India.[1] It serves Buniadpur City and the surrounding areas.


In 2004, when a broad gauge railway track was being constructed from Eklakhi to Balurghat (Proposed to be extended up to Hilli), a radical change was seen in the transport system of Dakshin Dinajpur, as then State Highway 10 was the only way to connect other important locations.

The new Railway line gave an opportunity to the people of the Buniadpur to link to Kolkata by trains.The first train connected the station on 30 December 2004.


Buniadpur is the 2nd most important railway station, next after Balurghat.It is the halt of 4 Express trains and terminal of a Passenger Train.All express trains, on their journey, xings here with each other.Sometimes goods train carrying construction materials, also terminates here.


  1. ^ "Buniadpur Railway Station".