|Station of Chennai Suburban Railway and Southern Railways|
|Location||McNichols Road, Chetpet, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|Owned by||Ministry of Railways, Indian Railways|
|Line(s)||South and South West lines of Chennai Suburban Railway|
|Structure type||Standard on-ground station|
|Fare zone||Southern Railways|
|Electrified||15 November 1931|
|Previous names||South Indian Railway|
Chetpet Railway Station, also spelt as Chetput Railway Station, is one of the railway station of the Chennai Beach–Chengalpattu section of the Chennai Suburban Railway Network. It serves the neighbourhood of Chetpet. It is situated adjacent to the Chetpet lake on the southern side, with an elevation of 9 m above sea level.
The station lies in the Chennai Beach–Tambaram section of the Chennai Suburban Railway Network, the first suburban section of the city. With the completion of track-lying work in March 1931, which began in 1928, the suburban services were started on 11 May 1931 between Beach and Tambaram, and was electrified on 15 November 1931, with the first MG EMU services running on 1.5 kV DC. The section was converted to 25 kV AC traction on 15 January 1967.