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Dalkhola railway station is a railway station in Dalkhola, Uttar Dinajpur district, West Bengal, India. It is a standard II-R interlocked roadside station situated on non-electrified double line section at 43 metres above sea level. It also serves as a prominent rakepoint and the entry to the rest of the NFR. It used to have seven platforms, of which two has been put out of use since the removal of the Katihar–Siliguri Junction metre-gauge route and only three are for passengers. Trains to Guwahati, Sealdah, Delhi, Bikaner and Ajmer Junction have stoppages here.

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  • Dalkhola railway station is a railway station in Dalkhola, Uttar Dinajpur district, West Bengal, India. It is a standard II-R interlocked roadside station situated on non-electrified double line section at 43 metres above sea level. It also serves as a prominent rakepoint and the entry to the rest of the NFR. It used to have seven platforms, of which two has been put out of use since the removal of the Katihar–Siliguri Junction metre-gauge route and only three are for passengers. Trains to Guwahati, Sealdah, Delhi, Bikaner and Ajmer Junction have stoppages here.
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  • Dalkhola railway station is a railway station in Dalkhola, Uttar Dinajpur district, West Bengal, India. It is a standard II-R interlocked roadside station situated on non-electrified double line section at 43 metres above sea level. It also serves as a prominent rakepoint and the entry to the rest of the NFR. It used to have seven platforms, of which two has been put out of use since the removal of the Katihar–Siliguri Junction metre-gauge route and only three are for passengers. Trains to Guwahati, Sealdah, Delhi, Bikaner and Ajmer Junction have stoppages here.
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