Tianjin South railway station

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General information
Other namesTianjin South
Location Xiqing District, Tianjin
Coordinates 39°03′21″N117°03′18″E / 39.05583°N 117.05500°E / 39.05583; 117.05500
Operated by
Line(s) Beijing–Shanghai high-speed railway
Connections TianjinMetro.svg Tianjin Metro: Nanzhan
Other information
Station code
  • TMIS code: 66803
  • Telegraph code: TIP
  • Pinyin code: TJN
OpenedJune 30, 2011 (2011-06-30)
Preceding station China Railway High-speed Following station
towards Beijing South
Beijing–Shanghai high-speed railway Cangzhou West
Tianjin West

Tianjin South railway station (Chinese :天津南站; pinyin :Tiānjīn Nán zhàn) is a high-speed railway station in Xiqing District, Tianjin, China. It is served by some trains on the Beijing–Shanghai high-speed railway.


This station is built as an elevated station and is part of the Tianjin Grand Bridge.

Station layout

Platforms 1 and 2 are used for trains headed for the Beijing South railway station; platforms 3 and 4 are used for trains to Jinan, Qingdao and Shanghai Hongqiao. Two tracks in the middle of the station allow for trains running direct services to continue at full speed without stopping. Trains stopping at this station will not stop at the Tianjin West railway station. Departing passengers will use Ticket Check 1 for trains to Beijing, and Ticket Check 2 for trains to Qingdao and Shanghai.

The station is so built that the ticket office, station concourse and shops are located right underneath the elevated platforms. The waiting hall is capable of holding up to 1,000 passengers at any one time. The square in front of the station is to the west of the station building.

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