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Ningbo East Railway Station

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Ningbo East Railway Station

Ningbo East Railway Station (simplified Chinese: 宁波东站; traditional Chinese: 寧波東站; pinyin: Níngbō dōngzhàn) is a railway station on the Yongtaiwen Railway located in Ningbo, Zhejiang, China. It was originally built as a cargo station until the reconstruction of Ningbo Railway Station when Ningbo East Railway Station opened to passengers on 8 September 2010. Once reconstruction of Ningbo Railway Station is finished, the station will be retained as a secondary passenger station for Ningbo.


South Sangtian Road was built as a major road connecting the Yinzhou and Jiangdong Districts as well as Ningbo East Railway Station.

See also


  • (Chinese) 铁路宁波东站试桩开工
  • (Chinese) 火车东站明年6月建成 火车北站搬迁到洪塘
  • (Chinese) 鄞州新城区与宁波中心城区将再添1条通道
  • (English) Ningbo East Railway Station opened to the public

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