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Waihai Railway Station


Waihai Station (Chinese: 外海站), or Jianghai Station (Chinese: 江海站), is an elevated station of Guangzhou-Zhuhai Intercity Mass Rapid Transit Jiangmen Spur Line.[1]

The station is located at the junction of Qianjin Village (Chinese: 前进村) and Qidong Village (Chinese: 七东村) in Waihai Street (Chinese: 外海街道), Jianghai District (Chinese: 江海区), Jiangmen, Guangdong, China, opposite to Guzhen, Zhongshan across the river. It is the first station in Jiangmen for the rail in Jiangmen direction. It started operations in 7 January 2011.[2][3]

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