Tiantangwei railway station

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Tin Tong Wai station in 1928
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Shuttered TianTangWei station, 2014

Tiantangwei railway station (Chinese :天堂围站, formerly Tin Tong Wai) was a station in Fenggang Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, China. It is a level 4 station according to the scale of stations by the Chinese Ministry of Railways. It is on the Guangzhou-Shenzhen and Jingjiu Railways, opened in 1911 and closed in 2005.

Preceding station  China Railways.svg China Railway  Following station
towards  Guangzhou
Guangshen Railway
towards  Shenzhen
towards  Beijing West
Beijing–Kowloon Railway
towards  Hung Hom

Coordinates: 22°44′09″N114°06′48″E / 22.7357°N 114.1132°E / 22.7357; 114.1132

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