Tianjun County

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Tianjun County

天峻县
ᠲᠢᠶᠡᠨ ᠵᠢᠶᠦ᠋ᠨ ᠰᠢᠶᠠᠠ· ཐེམ་ཆེན་རྫོང་།
Location of Tianjun within Qinghai (China).png
Location of Tianjun County (red) within Haixi Prefecture (yellow) and Qinghai
Country People's Republic of China
Province Qinghai
Autonomous prefecture Haixi
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)

Tianjun County is a county of Qinghai Province, China, bordering Gansu Province to the north. It is under the administration of the Haixi Mongol and Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. The county seat in Xinyuan Town ( 新源镇 ).

Economy

The county is served by the Qinghai–Tibet Railway; its Tianjun railway station is located near the county seat, Xinyuan Town.

Large coalfields are worked near Muli Town ( 木里镇 ) in the northern part of the county, at the elevation around 4,000 m above the sea level. [1] The Muli coal fields are connected with the Ha'ergai railway station on the Qinghai–Tibet Railway by a 195 km (121 mi) long branch railway, whose two sections are known as the Chada'er Railway ( 柴达尔铁路 ) and the Cha-Mu Railway ( 柴木铁路 ).

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