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The Guangdong–Hankou or Yuehan Railway (simplified Chinese: 粤汉铁路; traditional Chinese: 粵漢鐵路; pinyin: Yuèhàn Tiělù) is an older railway now incorporated into the Jingguang Railway. The original Canton–Hankow Railway ran from Guangzhou to Wuchang and was opened in 1936. Another line, the Peking–Hankow Railway ended across the river at Hankou. Before the First Chang River Bridge was built in 1957 linking the two railways, it could take up to an entire day to barge railcars across the river to the other line.
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