The Beijing–Shanhaiguan Railway, also known as the Jingshan Line (simplified Chinese: 京山铁路; traditional Chinese: 京山鐵路; pinyin: jīngshān tiělù) or the Jingyu Line (simplified Chinese: 京榆铁路; traditional Chinese: 京榆鐵路; pinyin: jīngyú tiělù) is a branch railway that runs from the capital city of Beijing to the Shanhaiguan District of Qinhuangdao via Tianjin. It contains a total of 22 stations.
The railway passes through the following cities:
In Beijing, the railway leaves Beijing Railway Station and branches off to form other railways, including the Beijing–Kowloon, Beijing–Guangzhou, and Fengtai–Shacheng Railways.
In Tianjin, it intersects with the Tianjin–Ji County Railway, the Tianjin–Bazhou Railway, the Tianjin–Pukou Railway, and the Tianjin North Ring Railway. After it re-enters Hebei Province, the railroad will intersect with the Qidaoqiao–Luan County Railway at Tangshan, as well as the Tangshan–Zunhua Railway. Afterwards, it meets with the Beijing–Qinhuangdao Railway and follows a parallel path until the two finally come together with the Datong–Qinhuangdao Railway at Qinhuangdao.