|Kolkata Suburban Railway station|
|Location||National Highway 2, Masagram, Distt. Purba Bardhaman, West Bengal|
|Elevation||24.00 metres (78.74 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Eastern Railway|
|Structure type||Standard (on ground station)|
|Previous names||East Indian Railway Company|
Masagram is a Kolkata Suburban Railway station on the Howrah-Bardhaman chord and is located in Purba Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It serves Masagram and surrounding villages. The construction of the Bankura-Masagram line made Masagram a junction station. The Damodar flows nearby.
Howrah–Bardhaman chord was electrified in 1964–66.
Around 3,000 passengers use Masagram railway station every day.
The 117-kilometre-long (73 mi) Bankura-Masagram line will connect to the Howrah–Bardhaman chord near Masagram. The 510-metre-long (1,670 ft) bridge over the Damodar has already been constructed, and work on the last sector, the Mathnasipur-Masagram new line project, was inaugurated on 16 April 2013. 
|A glimpse of Bankura Damodar line from a running train passing Masagram railway station|