Tianshui South railway station

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General information
LocationZhaoya Village, Huaniu Town, Maiji District, Tianshui, Gansu
Coordinates 34°33′01″N105°51′07″E / 34.550354°N 105.852027°E / 34.550354; 105.852027
Line(s) Xuzhou–Lanzhou High-Speed Railway
Other information
Station code38988
OpenedJuly 9, 2017;6 years ago (2017-07-09)
Preceding station CRH-logo.svg China Railway High-speed Following station
towards Xuzhou East
Xuzhou–Lanzhou high-speed railway Qin'an
towards Lanzhou West

The Tianshui South railway station is a railway station of Xi'an–Baoji High-Speed Railway in Gansu, China. It started operations on 9 July 2017. The other station in the area is Tianshui railway station. An interchange with the Tianshui Tram is planned.

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