|Indian Railways station|
|Location||Cooch Behar, West Bengal|
|Elevation||42 metres (138 ft)|
|Line(s)||Alipurduar–Bamanhat branch line|
|Structure type||At Ground|
|Zone(s)||Northeast Frontier Railway|
|Previous names||Cooch Behar State Railway|
Location in West Bengal
Location in India
Cooch Behar railway station (also referred to as Old Cooch Behar railway station) serves Cooch Behar in Cooch Behar district in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Cooch Behar State Railway built a 2 ft 6 in (762 mm)-wide narrow-gauge railway from the southern bank of the Torsa opposite Cooch Behar town to Gitaldaha, a station on the tracks of Eastern Bengal Railway in 1894. Cooch Behar town was connected in 1901 after a bridge was built on the Torsa. It was converted to 1,000 mm (3 ft 3 3⁄8 in)-wide metre gauge in 1910. Northeast Frontier Railway converted the Alipurduar–Bamanhat branch line to 1,676 mm (5 ft 6 in)-wide broad gauge in 2007.
The more than a century old Cooch Behar railway station has been accorded a heritage status and a new building was built to accommodate a Railway Heritage Museum.