|Opened||1 February 1980|
|Owner||Taiwan Railways Administration|
|Operator(s)||Taiwan Railways Administration|
|Line length||79.2 km (49.2 mi)|
|Number of tracks||2|
|Track gauge||3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm)|
|Electrification||25 kV/60 Hz Catenary|
|Operating speed||150 km/h (93 mph)|
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.
The line was completed in 1979 and was electrified in 2003. Expansion to two tracks (double track) was completed in January 2005.
|Station Name||Transfers and Notes||Location|
|Su'aoxin||Su-aosin||蘇澳新||→ Yilan Line||Su'ao||Yilan
|Xincheng (Taroko)||Sincheng (Taroko)||新城（太魯閣）||Xincheng|
|Hualien||花蓮||→ Taitung Line||Hualien|
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