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Qingzhou North Railway Station

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Qingzhou North Railway Station

The Qingzhou City Railway Station (Chinese: 青州市站; pinyin: Qīngzhōu shì zhàn) is a railway station found in Qingzhou, a county-level city administered by Weifang City, Shandong. It currently lies on the Qingdao–Jinan High-Speed Railway.

Service

All classes of trains stop at Qingzhou, from the slowest "general" trains (denoted without a letter) to the fastest high-speed trains (denoted with a "G" in front of the number). Currently, six general trains stop at the station, offering service to Qingdao, Yantai, Shijiazhuang in Hebei province, Zhengzhou in Henan province, and Wuhan in Hubei province. The "general-fast" trains (denoted with a letter "K") offer service to these cities and others throughout China, such as Xuzhou and Chengdu.

As this station is on the Jiaozhou–Jinan High-Speed Railway, many high-speed trains also stop at this station. Most of them are D-series trains, which reach a maximum of 250 kilometres per hour (160 mph). These trains offer service to Qingdao, Jinan, Tianjin, and Beijing. Some of the faster high-speed trains also stop here. Although the maximum speed on the Jiaozhou-Jinan line is 250 kilometers per hour, these trains switch to the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway where they can reach speeds of 300 kilometres per hour (190 mph). Two of these trains go towards Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station while the other two go to Qingdao Railway Station.[1]

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References

  1. ^ "青州市车站查询结果". 火车票网. Retrieved 29 February 2012. 


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