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|Regional rail & Light rail station|
|Location||Bandel Station Road, Hooghly, West Bengal|
|Elevation||14 metres (46 ft)|
|Operated by||Eastern Railway zone|
|Line(s)||Howrah-Bardhaman main line, Bandel-Katwa line, Naihati-Bandel line via Jubilee Bridge (India)|
|Disabled access||[dubious ]|
|Previous names||East Indian Railway|
Bandel Junction railway station is one of the junction stations of the Kolkata suburban railway network, India. It is situated on the Howrah-Bandel-Barddhaman Main Line in Hooghly district with an approximate 40 kilometres (25 mi) distance from Howrah Station. The station is operated by the Howrah division. There are total seven number of platforms (1A, 1B, 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5) at Bandel Junction station. However, platform number 5 can accommodate only the 9 coach EMU trains and that is why most of the 9 coach Bandel-Naihati locals depart from that platform. Bandel station is also connected to the Sealdah division by the Bandel-Naihati line.
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