Tianjin–Jizhou railway

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Tianjin–Jizhou railway or Jinji railway (simplified Chinese :津蓟铁路; traditional Chinese :津薊鐵路; pinyin :Jīnjì Tiělù) is a 92 km long minor railway line in China connecting urban Tianjin and Jizhou. In 2015, a number of regional rail services referred as Line S9 started operating on the line. [1]


Stations for passenger services

Station NameConnectionsDistance
TJP Tianjin 天津  Jingjin  
TianjinMetro.svg   2    3    9  
Hedong Tianjin–Shanhaiguan railway
TBP Tianjin North
天津北 TianjinMetro.svg   3    6   Hebei
CFP Caozili 曹子里 Wuqing Tianjin–Jizhou railway
CHP Cuihuangkou 崔黄口
DKP Dakoutun 大口屯 Baodi
BPP Baodi North
宝坻北 [2]
ECP Xiacang 下仓 Jizhou
SKP Shangcang 上仓
JKP Jizhou North

See also

Notes and references

  1. "求证:津蓟线要加密,老北站要复活?-天津网". www.tianjinwe.com. Retrieved 2017-12-08.
  2. "即日起,津蓟线-宝坻站正式更名"宝坻北站"". news.enorth.com.cn. 2022-08-30. Archived from the original on 2022-09-08.

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