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 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.
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