|Indian Railways junction station|
|Location||Sudamdih, Dhanbad, Jharkhand|
|Elevation||145 metres (476 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||South Eastern Railway|
|Line(s)||Railways in Jharia Coalfield|
Sudamdih-Bhojudih link to
Adra–Netaji S.C.Bose Gomoh branch line
|Structure type||Standard (on-ground station)|
Sudamdih is a railway station on the Railways in Jharia Coalfield, just north of the Damodar and links to Bhojudih, south of the Damodar, and on the Adra–Netaji S.C.Bose Gomoh branch line. It is located in Dhanbad district in the Indian state of Jharkhand. It serves Sudamdih, Sudamdih colliery and Sudamdih washery.
The East Indian Railway Company extended the Grand Chord to Katrasgarh via Dhanbad in 1894.
The Bengal Nagpur Railway extended its then mainline, the Nagpur–Asansol line, to Netaji S.C.Bose Gomoh, on East Indian Railway's main line, in 1907. The Mohuda–Chandrapura branch line was opened in 1913.
The Santaldih–Pathardih–Sudamdih–Jamadoba sector was electrified in 1965–66.
Sudamdih railway station serves around 15,000 passengers every day.