Tongren South railway station

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South Tongren Railway Station

Tongren South railway station (formerly Yuping East railway station)is a railway station of Shanghai–Kunming High-Speed Railway located in Yuping Dong Autonomous County, Tongren, Guizhou, People's Republic of China.

Preceding station China Railway High-speed Following station
Xinhuang West Shanghai–Kunming high-speed railway Sansui
towards Kunming South


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