Guangzhou Railway Station
|Location||159 Huanshi Xilu, Yuexiu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong
|Operated by||China Railway Corporation
Guangshen Railway Company
Guangzhou Metro Co. Ltd.
29 December 2002 (Line 2)
28 December 2009 (Line 5)
|Guangzhou Railway Station|
|Hanyu Pinyin||Guǎngzhōu Zhàn|
|Alternative Chinese name|
|Hanyu Pinyin||Guǎngzhōu Huǒchēzhàn|
Guangzhou Railway Station (Chinese: 广州火车站; Pinyin: Guǎngzhōu Huǒchēzhàn) serves the city of Guangzhou, China. It sits on the high speed Guangshen railway just west of Guangzhou East. As one of the busiest railway stations in southern China, Guangzhou station is known for its notorious safety record. CRH trains from Guangzhou serves Shenzhen six times daily.
As early as the 1950s, the provincial government saw the need for a central train station in Guangzhou but the plans were shelved until 1974 due to the Cultural Revolution. On the 4 April, 1979 with the normalisation of relations with Hong Kong, the through-train service that was suspended for over twenty-five years was resumed. Through-train services were moved to Guangzhou East in 1996 due to increasing security problems.
- Beijing–Guangzhou Railway
- Guangzhou–Shenzhen Railway
- Guangzhou–Maoming Railway
- Guangzhou–Foshan–Zhaoqing Intercity Railway
An interchange station of Line 2 and Line 5 of the Guangzhou Metro. It is located at the underground of the west square of Guangzhou Railway Station, located at the junction of Huanshi Road West (Chinese: 环市西路; pinyin: Huanshi Xilu and Renmin Road North (Chinese: 人民北路; pinyin: Renmin Beilu) in Yuexiu District. It started operations on December 29, 2002, (Line 2) and December 2009 (Line 5) respectively. Its area is about 10000 square metres and it is the second largest metro station in Guangzhou.
|Lobby||Customer Service, Shops, Vending machines, ATMs|
|Platform←||Guangzhou South Railway Station (Yuexiu Park)towards|
|Exit number||Exit location|
|Exit A||Huanshi Xilu|
|Guangzhou Railway Station Main Hall (closed)|
|Exit D||D1||Guangzhou Railway Station West Square|
|Exit E||Huanshi Xilu|
|Exit F||Guangyuan Lu|
|Exit G||Guangzhou Baima Costume Market|
|Exit H||Zhannan Lu|
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