Dolonchapa Express Train Schedule & Ticket 2020
Dolonchapa Express is an Intercity train on the Dinajpur to Santahar route. This train no.767/768. Here you get all the information about this train.
If you want to travel Dinajpur to Santahar this is the best choice for you. It is one of the fastest and luxurious trains in Bangladesh. This train has many other facilities that give the passenger tranquility.
Dolonchapa Express Train Schedule
Now I will tell you the Dolonchapa Express train schedule Dinajpur to Santahar & Santahar to Dinajpur.
Dolonchapa Express Dinajpur Departure at 06:10 AM every day. This train Santahar Departure at 01:30 PM every day & Dinajpur Arrival at 08:20 PM. This train run every day on a weak.
Dinajpur to Santahar train schedule
|Dinajpur Departure||06:10 AM|
|Parbatipur Departure||07:10 AM|
|Rangpur Departure||08:11 AM|
|Santahar Arrival||12:20 PM|
Santahar to Dinajpur train schedule
|Santahar Departure||01:30 PM|
|Rangpur Departure||04:40 PM|
|Parbatipur Departure||07:20 PM|
|Dinajpur Arrival||08:20 PM|
Dolonchapa Express More Substations
Now I will tell you about these train substations. This train stops more stations for travelers. Here is your full substations list by the table.
Dinajpur to Santahar Ticket Price
Here is your Dinajpur to Santahar all the latest ticket prices. You can cut your tickets from any station. You will not be able to book a train ticket online.
The ticket price of Dolonchapa Express is not very costly. Everyone can buy it very easily. Only two category tickets you can buy for this train.
|Shuvon Chair||145 Tk.|
About Santahar Railway Station
Santahar railway station is a junction station located in Adamdighi Upazila of Bogra district. It is one of the most important railway stations in Bangladesh.
With this junction station, hundreds of passengers and about 30 trains operate daily. From 1878, it was necessary to break the road from Kolkata to Siliguri twice.
For the first time, the state of East Bengal had to travel from Kolkata station (later renamed Sealdah) by rail to Kolkata Ghat on the south bank of the Padma river.
Then the second of the journey started on the ferry crossing the river. At that time, the 336 km gauge line of the North Bengal Railway connected Saraghat to the Siliguri on the north bank of the Padma.
At that time Santahar train station was opened. In 1899-1900, the Brahmaputra-Sultanpur Railway Company built a meter gauge railway between Santahar and Phulchari on the west bank of the Jamuna.
The Kolkata-Siliguri mainline was gradually converted to broad gauge. The Shakol-Santaha section was transformed while the Hardinge Bridge was under construction.
Hardinge Bridge was opened in 1915, and the Santahar-Parbatipur section was converted to Broadgate in 1924.