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Ningbo Railway Station

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Ningbo Railway Station

Ningbo Railway Station(simplified Chinese: 宁波站; traditional Chinese: 寧波站; pinyin: Níngbō zhàn) is a railway station of Xiaoyong Railway, Yongtaiwen Railway and Hangyong Passenger Railway located in Ningbo, Zhejiang, China.


The station opened on September 30, 1959.[1] From September 8, 2010, Ningbo East Railway Station becomes the place for all passengers departing and arriving in Ningbo while the South Railway Station described above closed for a 2 years renovation. Starting from 28th Dec, 2013, the station will open again and the neighbor station, Ningbo East Railway Station will become a secondary station.

See also


  1. ^ 宁波日报:宁波火车站的前世今生(Chinese)

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