North-Link Line

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The North-Link Line (Chinese: 北迴線; pinyin: Běihuí Xiàn) is the central section of the Eastern Line of the Taiwan Railway Administration. It has a total length of 86.6 km, including a 7.4 km segment between Beipu and Hualien Port.[1]

History[edit]

Thi line was completed in 1979 and was electrified in 2003. Expansion to two tracks (double track) was completed in January 2005.

Stations[edit]

Outline map near Su'ao, Stations:
A: Su-aosin, B: Su-ao, C: Yongle
Lines:
Blue:Yilan Line, Green: North-Link Line
Outline map near Hualien, Stations:
A: Hualien (former), B: Hualien Port,
C: Hualien, D: Beipu, E: Ji'an, F: Meilun
Lines:
Yellow: North-Link Line
Blue:Hualien–Taitung Line
Green: Hualien Port Line
Red: Hualien Port Line (former)
Station Name Transfers and Notes Location
Hanyu Tongyong Chinese
Su'aoxin Su-aosin 蘇澳新 → Connecting to the Yilan Line Su'ao Township Yilan County
Yongle 永樂
Dong'ao Dong-ao 東澳 Nan'ao Township
Nan'ao Nan-ao 南澳 Su'ao Township
Wuta 武塔 Nan'ao Township
Hanben 漢本
Heping 和平 Xiulin Township Hualien County
Heren 和仁
Chongde 崇德
Xincheng Sincheng 新城 Arr r.pngAlso named Taroko Station (太魯閣) Xincheng Township
Jingmei 景美 Xiulin Township
Beipu 北埔 → Connecting to the Hualien Port Line Xincheng Township
Hualien 花蓮 → Connecting to the Hualien–Taitung Line
→ Connecting to the Hualien Port Line
Hualien City

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