Beijing North railway station

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China Railway High-speed
Beijing North Railway Station
General information
Other namesBeijing North
LocationXicheng District, Beijing
Coordinates39°56′43″N 116°20′50″E / 39.94528°N 116.34722°E / 39.94528; 116.34722
Operated byChina Railway Corporation
Platforms11 (5 island platforms, 1 side platform)
ConnectionsXizhimen station Beijing Subway
Other information
Station code
  • TMIS code: 12713
  • Telegraph code: VAP
  • Pinyin code: BJB
Opened1906; 118 years ago (1906)
Previous namesXizhimen railway station
Preceding station China Railway Following station
Terminus Beijing–Zhangjiakou intercity railway Qinghe
Preceding station Beijing Suburban Railway Following station
Terminus Huairou–Miyun line Qinghe
towards Gubeikou
Beijingbei is located in Beijing
Location in central Beijing

Beijingbei (Beijing North) railway station (Chinese: 北京北站; pinyin: Běijīngběi Zhàn), formerly known as Xizhimen railway station (simplified Chinese: 西直门站; traditional Chinese: 西直門站; pinyin: Xīzhímén Zhàn), is a railway station in Beijing. It was built in 1905 as one of the original stations on the Jingzhang railway (part of the old Beijing–Baotou railway).

On October 31, 2016, the station closed for renovation. On December 30, 2019, the station becomes the terminus of the high-speed Beijing–Zhangjiakou intercity railway,[1] which is a section of Beijing-Baotou passenger-dedicated line.


Platforms at Beijing North railway station, 2020

The station was closed from November 1, 2016 to December 30, 2019. After the renovation began, the Line S2 terminus changed to Huangtudian railway station and all other China Railway train's terminus changed to Changping North railway station.[2] From September 30, 2020, Beijing North railway station became the southern terminus of Huairou–Miyun line.

Public transportation[edit]

Beijing Subway[edit]

Beijing North railway station is located just outside Xizhimen station on Line 2, Line 4 and Line 13 of the Beijing Subway.


It is also connected to Beijing bus lines 16, 26, 85, 87, 438, 651 and 运通105.


  1. ^ "跨越百年 京张高铁正式开通". 2 January 2020.
  2. ^ "北京北站暂停客运业务至2019年高铁开通". chinanews. 1 November 2016. Retrieved 27 November 2019.