List of railway lines in China

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The following is a list of rail transport in the People's Republic of China.

North-south direction[edit]

The map of the railway network of China as of March 2010 (including Taiwan, which is politically claimed).

Beijing-Harbin Corridor[edit]

In passenger rail service, Jingshan Railway, Shenshan Railway, Changda Railway|Changda Railway, Changchun-Shenyang Portion and Changbin Railway are collectively called Jingha Railway (Beijing-Harbin).

East Coast[edit]

Beijing-Shanghai Corridor[edit]

Jingshan Railway Beijing-tianjin Portion, Jingpu Railway and Huning Railway are collectively called Jinghu Railway(京沪线) in passenger rail service.

Beijing-Kowloon Corridor[edit]

Jingjiu Railway uses the same line as Guangmeishan Railway between Longchuan and Dongguan. It also uses the same line as Guangshen Railway between Dongguan and Shenzhen. It then crosses the border and follows the East Rail Line to Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Beijing-Guangzhou Corridor[edit]

Datong-Zhanjiang Corridor[edit]

Baotou-Liuzhou Corridor[edit]

Baoji-Kunming Corridor[edit]

East-West direction[edit]

Beijing-Lhasa[edit]

Eurasian Land Bridge[edit]

Yangtze River Valley[edit]

Shanghai-Kunming Railway (Hukun Line)[edit]

South Coast[edit]

Regional railways[edit]

North[edit]

Northeast[edit]

East and Southeast[edit]

South Central[edit]

Southwest[edit]

Northwest[edit]

Coal transport railways[edit]

Intra-city Metros[edit]

External links[edit]