New Farakka railway station
|Indian Railway Station
|Location||Farrakka Barrage Township, Murshidabad, West Bengal
|Structure type||Standard (on ground station)|
New Farakka (Bengali: নিউ ফারাক্কা) is a railway station on the Howrah-New Jalpaiguri line and is located in Murshidabad district in the Indian state of West Bengal. New Farakka railway station lies south of the Farakka Barrage.
The 2,240 metres (7,350 ft) long Farakka Barrage carries a rail-cum-road bridge across the Ganges. The rail bridge was thrown open to the public in 1971, thereby linking the towns of Murshidabad district to Malda, New Jalpaiguri and other railway stations in North Bengal.
- Kamrup Express
- Uttar Banga Express
- Kanchan Kanya Express
- Kolkata-Radhikapur-Kolkata Express
- Hatey Bazare Express
- Kolkata-Jogbani-Kolkata Express
- Brahmaputra Mail
- Dibrugarh-Chennai Egmore-Dibrugarh Weekly Express
- Guwahati-Chennai Egmore-Guwahati Express
- Guwahati-Mumbai LTT-Guwahati Express
- Malda Town-Surat-Malda Town Express
- Malda Town-Howrah Intercity Express
- Gour Express
- Farakka Express
- Malda Town-Jamalpur-Malda Town Intercity Express
- Howrah-Malda Town-Howrah Intercity Express (via Azimganj)
- Howrah-Malda Town-Howrah Fast Passenger (via Azimganj)
- Saraighat Express
- Howrah - New Jalpaiguri Shatabdi
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|Kanchanjunga Express crossing Farakka Barrage|