|Indian Railway Station|
|Location||Nalhati, Birbhum district, West Bengal|
|Elevation||48 metres (157 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railway|
|Operated by||Eastern Railway|
|Line(s)||Nalhati-Azimganj Branch Line Sahibganj Loop|
|Structure type||At Ground|
|Electrified||Electrified 28 January 2017|
The Nalhati Junction station building was built in 1892 as a part of private railway line (Nalhati–Azimganj). The structure of the station was made of bricks and mortar and its roof was made of wooden beams, purlins and tiles, which have been damaged.
Nalhati Junction station has 5 platforms having capacity of 14 coach+1 engine among them two 1A and 1B platform for branch line. It is a standard on ground structure with roof. Platform number 3 and 2 for up & down main line respectively and 1 for down loop line.
Two new constructions were made recently at Nalhati Junction station: platform 1B and a long footbridge. Platform 1B situated near the station which serves all the trains coming from Azimganj towards Rampurhat. The footbridge connects platforms 3, 2, 1 and 1A with the booking office.
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|Indian Railways : Sahibganj Loop||Next station east:|
|Stop No: '||KM from start: '||Platforms: 5|
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