Siliguri --- This station was opened in 1949. With the railway routes badly disturbed by the partition of India in 1947, Siliguri Town railway station suddenly lost its pre-eminence, as the broad gauge link to Calcutta, running across East Pakistan, was lost. With three metre gauge lines along with the world famous DHR narrow gauge tracks, the new Siliguri Junction railway station became the main railway station in the area till 1960s when NJP came into the picture. The three metre gauge lines were linked to Kishanganj, Barsoi and Haldibari. This is the only station in India which has tracks of all three gauges. The station also boasts of having the only EMD locomotive shed of North-eastern India which currently houses 118 nos. of WDG4 locos & 59 nos. of WDP4 class locos. As of date 10 trains originates/terminates from this station. Station code - SGUJ.