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Beijing–Harbin High-Speed Railway

High-Speed Railway
Type CRH
Locale China
Termini Beijing South Station
Harbin West Station, Dalian North Station
Stations 37
Owner China Railway
Operator(s) China Railway High-speed
Depot(s) Beijing, Shenyang, Changchun, Dalian, Harbin
Rolling stock TBD: CRH5 series
Line length 1700 km
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in)
Operating speed 350 km/h
Route map

The Beijing–Harbin High-Speed Railway (simplified Chinese: 京哈客运专线; traditional Chinese: 京哈客運專線; pinyin: Jīng-Hā Kèyùn Zhuān Xiàn) is a high-speed railway line under construction in the People's Republic of China. It is part of the CRH's system of passenger dedicated lines, connecting Beijing South Station and Harbin Station. It will be 1700 km long. The Beijing–Harbin Railway, a lower-speed railway, will run largely parallel to the line.


Currently, the Beijing–Harbin Passenger Dedicated Line is under construction. It is made up of the Harbin–Dalian Passenger Railway, the Beijing–Shenyang Passenger Railway and the Panjin–Yingkou Passenger Railway.


The main route of the Beijing–Harbin Passenger Dedicated Line begins as the Beijing–Shenyang Passenger Railway to the city of Shenyang. At Shenyang, the main route continues as part of the Harbin–Dalian Passenger Railway, which travels from Harbin to Dalian via Shenyang. The remaining section of the Harbin–Dalian Passenger Railway between Shenyang and Dalian serves as a branch route to Dalian as well as Yingkou, which is one of the termini of the Panjin–Yingkou Passenger Railway. Here the Panjin–Yingkou Passenger Railway is a very short branch to the city of Panjin. At Panjin, the railway connects to the Qinhuangdao–Shenyang Passenger Railway, which is part of the Beijing–Harbin Railway.[1]

Section Description Designed


start date

Open date
High-Speed Railway
main HSR corridor of Northeast China, consisting of the Beijing-Shenyang & Harbin-Dalian and the Panjin-Yinkou spur. 350 1700 2007-08-23 postponed
Beijing–Shenyang Section
(Beijing–Shenyang High-Speed Railway)
HSR from Beijing to Shenyang via Chengde, Fuxin and Chaoyang 350 684 expected
Harbin–Dalian Section
(Harbin–Dalian High-Speed Railway)
HSR from Harbin to Dalian via Shenyang & Changchun 350 904 2007-08-23 2012-12-01[3]
Panjin–Yingkou Section
(Panjin–Yingkou High-Speed Railway)
Connects Yingkou on Harbin–Dalian HSR with Panjin on Qinhuangdao-Shenyang HSR 350 89 2009-05-31 2013-09-12[4]

Station list

Harbin-Dalian section

Station Chinese Distance
Harbin 哈尔滨
Harbin West 哈尔滨西
Shuangcheng North 双城北
Fuyu North 扶余北
Dehui West 德惠西
Changchun 长春
Changchun West 长春西
Gongzhuling South 公主岭南
Siping East 四平东
Changtu West 昌图西
Kaiyuan West 开原西
Tieling West 铁岭西
Shenyang North 沈阳北
Shenyang 沈阳
Liaoyang 辽阳
Anshan West 鞍山西
Haicheng West 海城西
Yingkou East 营口东
Gaizhou West 盖州西
Bayuquan 鲅鱼圈
Wafangdian West 瓦房店西
Puwan 普湾
Dalian North 大连北
Dalian 大连

Beijing-Shenyang section

Station Chinese Distance
Beijing 北京
Xinghuo 星火
Shunyi West 顺义西
Huairou South 怀柔南
Miyun East 密云东
Xinlong West 兴隆西
Chengde South 承德南
Pingquan North 平泉北
Niuheliang 牛河梁
Kazuo 喀左
Chaoyang North 朝阳北
Beipiao East 北票东
Fuxin North 阜新北
Heishan North 黑山北
Xinmin North 新民北
Shenyang 沈阳


  1. ^ (Chinese)
  2. ^ "沈阳铁路局党委书记:京沈高铁有望年内正式开工". 凤凰网. 2013-01-24. Retrieved 2013-05-03. 
  3. ^ "World's fastest railway in frigid regions starts operation". 2012-12-01. Retrieved 2012-12-01. 
  4. ^ "盘锦至营口高速铁路运营 大连到北京6小时". 人民网. 2013-09-12. Retrieved 2013-09-18. 

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