Tianjin North railway station

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Tianjinbei

天津北
Tianjin North Railway Station.jpg
Other namesTianjin North
LocationChina
Coordinates Coordinates: 39°09′59″N117°12′35″E / 39.166513°N 117.209779°E / 39.166513; 117.209779
Line(s)
Platforms
  • 3 (main line; 2 island platforms, 1 side platform
  • 4 (metro; 2 island platforms)
Connections
  • Bus terminal
Services
Preceding station  Tianjin Metro  Following station
towards  Nanzhan
Line 3
towards  Xiaodian

Tianjin North railway station is a station in Hebei District, Tianjin on the Tianjin–Shanhaiguan Railway. The station opened in 1903 and was closed for renovation between April 1, 2014 to April 30, 2015 and reopened accepting regional rail services to Jizhou. [1] The Beijing–Tianjin intercity railway passes beside the station but does not stop in it. Connections are available to Tianjin Metro Line 3 and Line 6 via Beizhan Station.

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  1. 求证:津蓟线要加密,老北站要复活?.


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