Tianhenan station

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Tianhenan
天河南
Guangzhou Metro icon.svg
Tianhenan Station 2015 05 Part2.JPG
Location Tianhe Central zone, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong
China
Operated by Guangzhou Metro Co. Ltd.
Line(s)     Zhujiang APM
Platforms 2 (1 island platform)
Construction
Structure type Underground
History
Opened 8 November 2010
Services
Preceding station  Guangzhou Metro  Following station
toward  Canton Tower
Zhujiang APM
toward  Linhexi

Tianhenan Station (Chinese :天河南站; pinyin :Tiānhénán Zhàn; Jyutping :tin1ho4naam4 zaam6), formerly Tianhe 1st Road South Station (天河南一路站) during planning, is a metro station on the Guangzhou Metro APM line. It is located under the interchange of Tianhe 1st South Road (天河南一路) and Liuyun 2nd Street (六运二街) in the Tianhe District. [1] It started operation on 8 November 2010. [2] [3] The station is unique in being the only station in Guangzhou with no escalator access to the platforms - instead 4 lifts carry passengers from the concourse to the platform although there is a staircase for emergency use.

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Station layout

G-Exit
L1
Concourse
LobbyCustomer Service, Shops, Vending machines, ATMs
L2
Platforms
Platform 2APM towards Canton Tower Station (Huangpu Dadao)
Island Platform, doors will open on the left
Platform 1APM towards Linhexi (Tianhe Sports Center South)
Tianhenan Station entrance/Exit A Tianhenanstation2.JPG
Tianhenan Station entrance/Exit A

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