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Changchun Railway Station

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Changchun Railway Station

Changchun station (simplified Chinese: 长春站; traditional Chinese: 長春站; pinyin: Chángchūn Zhàn) is a railway station of Beijing–Harbin Railway, Harbin-Dalian Railway, Changchun-Tumen Railway, Changchun-Baicheng Railway and Changchun–Jilin Intercity Railway. The station is located in Changchun, in the Jilin province of China.


The station opened in 1907.[1] The new station building was constructed in 1994.[2] In 2014, renovations were completed on an expanded station, with additional tracks and a new north building. A new masonry south facade was added.

See also


  1. ^ 长春档案信息资源网:火车的鸣响(下) (in Chinese). 
  2. ^ 长春站今日起第五次改造 改造持续到2011年底 (in Chinese). 

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