Tilbhita railway station

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Indian Railways station
Tilbhita nameboard.jpg
LocationSangrampur, Jharkhand
India [1]
Elevation34 m
Owned by Indian Railways
Line(s) Sahibganj loop
Structure typeStandard
Other information
Station codeTBB
Zone(s) Eastern Railways
Division(s) Howrah
Previous names East India Railway

Tilbhita railway station (code:TBB) is a small halt on the Sahibganj loop, that serves as a stone crushing unit, and a loading place. A few local trains have a stoppage here.

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