Mendipathar railway station
|Indian Railway Station|
|Location||Dilma Rd, Mendipathar, North garo hills district, Meghalaya|
|Elevation||916 m (3,005 ft)|
|Owned by||Indian Railways|
|Operated by||Northeast Frontier Railway|
|Line(s)||Dudhnoi - Mendipathar Rail Line|
|Zone(s)||Northeast Frontier Railway|
|Division(s)||Rangiya railway division|
A line between Dudhnoi and Deepa was proposed in dail budget 1992–93. Later alignment was changed to Dudhnoi-Mendipathar in 2007 due to opposition of local people. Due to late handling of land to railways in Assam and Meghalaya, the work was slow up to 2013. Acquisition of land was completed by March 2013.
It currently is the first and only railway station in Meghalaya, a hilly state. The train station was inaugurated by the Prime minister of India, Narendra Modi on 30 November 2014, through a video feed to the ceremony gathering at Mendipathar. Mendipathar - Guwahati Passenger is the only train from the station.