|Indian Railways Station|
|Location||Changrabandha, Mekhliganj, Cooch Behar district, West Bengal|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Northeast Frontier Railway|
|Line(s)||New Mal-Changrabandha-New Cooch Behar line|
|Status||Line converted to broad gauge|
|Zone(s)||Northeast Frontier Railway|
|Previous names||Bengal Dooars Railway|
New Cooch Behar line
The Lalmonirhat-Malbazar metre gauge line was developed by the Bengal Dooars Railway in the closing years of the nineteenth century. With the partition of India in 1947, the Indian side of the line terminated at Changrabandha and the Pakistani side, later Bangladeshi side, at Burimari.
The line between New Mal Jn. and Changrabandha is now (2016) converted to Broad Gauge. The introduction of the train services were delayed as a result of delay in environmental clearance. However a pair of DMUs have been introduced on this route from Siliguri to Changrabandha via New Mal Jn from 20 January 2016. There is a train from New Cooch Behar to Siliguri Jn via Changrabandha.
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