|Kolkata Suburban Railway|
|Location||National Highway 2, Memari, Purba Bardhaman district, West Bengal|
|Elevation||25 metres (82 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Eastern Railway|
|Line(s)||Howrah-Bardhaman main line|
|Structure type||Standard (on ground station)|
|Division(s)||Howrah railway division|
|Previous names||East Indian Railway Company|
Memari railway station is a Kolkata Suburban Railway station on the Howrah-Bardhaman main line operated by Eastern Railway zone of Indian Railways. It is situated beside National Highway 2 at Memari, Purba Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal. Number of EMU and passenger trains stop at Memari railway station.
The East Indian Railway Company was formed on 1 June 1845, The first passenger train in the eastern section was operated up to Hooghly, on 15 August 1854. On 1 February 1855 the first train ran from Howrah to Raniganj through Howrah–Bardhaman main line. Bandel to Bardhaman rout was opened for traffic on 1 January 1885. Electrification of the Howrah–Bardhaman main line was initiated up to Bandel in 1957, with the 3000 v DC system, and the entire Howrah–Bardhaman route including Memari railway station completed with AC system, along with conversion of earlier DC portions to 25 kV AC, in 1958.