CC Ādi 5.181

naihāṭi-nikaṭe ‘jhāmaṭapura’ nāme grāma
tāṅhā svapne dekhā dilā nityānanda-rāma
Word for word: 
naihāṭi-nikaṭe — near the village Naihāṭi; jhāmaṭapura — Jhāmaṭapura; nāme — by the name; grāma — village; tāṅhā — there; svapne — in a dream; dekhā — appearance; dilā — gave; nityānanda-rāma — Lord Nityānanda Balarāma.
Translation: 
In the village of Jhāmaṭapura, which is near Naihāṭi, Lord Nityānanda appeared to me in a dream.
Purport: 

There is now a railway line to Jhāmaṭapura. If one wants to go there, he can take a train on the Katwa railway line and go directly to the station known as Sālāra. From that station one can go directly to Jhāmaṭapura.