Dacca State Railway
|Dacca State Railway|
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|Line of route|
|Narayanganj to Mymensingh|
|Gauge / mileage|
|Metre gauge||90 miles (1885)|
|1885||Opened to traffic|
|1887||Merged into Eastern Bengal State Railway|
|1887||Eastern Bengal State Railway|
|How to interpret this infobox|
The first section from Narayanganj to Dacca opened in January 1885 and reached Mymensingh in August 1885. The railway was first named the Narayanganj-Dacca-Mymensingh State Railway renamed Dacca State Railway in late 1885; 
In 1887, to ensure better management, the DSR, along with Northern Bengal State Railway(NBSR) and the narrow gauge(NG) Kaunia-Dharlia State Tram/Railway were amalgamated to form the Eastern Bengal Railway(EBR).
The DSR became the 'EBR Metre Gauge' 'Dacca Section Railway'
- “Narayanganj Bahadurabad-Ghat Line Wikipedia
- “National Encyclopedia of Bangladesh – Railways” ; Retrieved 27 Dec 2015