Lhasa railway station
|Location||Doilungdêqên, Lhasa, Tibet|
Lhasa railway station (Tibetan: ལྷ་སའི་འབབ་ཚུགས་, ZYPY: Lhasai babcug, simplified Chinese: 拉萨站; traditional Chinese: 拉薩站; pinyin: Lāsà zhàn) is a railway station in Lhasa, Tibet Autonomous Region, China.
The Liuwu Bridge links central Lhasa to Lhasa railway station and the newly developed Niu New Area on the south bank of the Lhasa River. The bridge is one of the notable structures of the 1,142 kilometres (710 mi) Qinghai–Tibet Railway, the highest railway in the world.
Five passenger trains stop at this station each day.
The Lhasa passenger railway station is large compared to current needs as it has four track serving two island platforms, all undercover of an overall roof. There is room for one more island platform and three more tracks.
The departure indicator shows the next four trains, in both Chinese and Tibetan. The times and train numbers are in Latin alphanumeric characters.
An NJ2 Diesel Engine at Lhasa Station
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