The Hunan–Guangxi Railway or Xianggui Railway (simplified Chinese: 湘桂铁路; traditional Chinese: 湘桂鐵路; pinyin: xiāngguì tiělù), is a mostly-single track electrified railroad in southern China that connects Hunan province and the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. The shortform name of the line, Xianggui, is named after the Chinese short names of Hunan, Xiang and Guangxi, Gui. The line runs 1,013 km (629 mi) from Hengyang in Hunan to Friendship Pass on Guangxi's border with Vietnam. The line was built in sections from 1937-1939 and 1950-1955. Major cities along route include Hengyang, Yongzhou, Guilin, Liuzhou, Nanning, Pingxiang and Friendship Pass.
In December 2008, construction began on a capacity-expansion project for the Hunan–Guangxi Railway. The project consists of adding a new pair of 723.7 km (450 mi) electrified tracks from Hengyang to Nanning, which will create a three-track line of 497.9 km (309 mi) between Hengyang and Liuzhou and a four-track line of 225.8 km (140 mi) between Liuzhou and Nanning.
- Hengyang: Beijing–Guangzhou Railway
- Yongzhou: Luoyang–Zhanjiang Railway
- Liuzhou: Jiaozuo–Liuzhou Railway, Guizhou–Guangxi Railway
- Litang Township: Litang–Zhanjiang Railway, Litang–Qinzhou Railway
- Nanning: Nanning–Kunming Railway
- Pingxiang:Hanoi–Dong Dang Railway
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