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Qinglongqiao Railway Station

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Qinglongqiao Railway Station

Qinglongqiao Railway Station (commonly known as Ching-lung-chiao railway station) is a station of Jingbao Railway in Beijing. The famous zigzag railway designed by Zhan Tianyou (Jeme Tien-Yow) is located at the station, as is the tomb and a statue of Zhan Tianyou.[1]

See also

List of stations on Jingbao railway

References

  1. ^ Gao, James Z. (2009). Historical Dictionary of Modern China 1800-1949. Scarecrow Press. p. 425. 
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