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|Indian Railway Station|
|Location||National Highway 2, Chandauli, Uttar Pradesh|
|Elevation||80 metres (260 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||East Central Railway|
|Structure type||Standard on ground|
Chandauli Majhwar railway station is on the Delhi-Howrah line. It is located in Chandauli district in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It serves Chandauli and the surrounding areas. Its name chandauli Majhwar is derived from the district name Chandauli and a very famous nearby village named Majhwar Khas.
The East Indian Railway Company started connecting Delhi and Howrah from the mid nineteenth century. In 1862, the railway tracks crossed Mughalsarai and reached the western bank of the Yamuna. The through link to Delhi was established in 1866.The Grand Chord was commissioned in 1906.
The Mughalsarai-Howrah sector was electrified in 1961–63.
|Preceding station||Indian Railway||Following station|
|East Central Railway zone|
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