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Weifang Railway Station

The Weifang Railway Station (simplified Chinese: 潍坊站; traditional Chinese: 濰坊站; pinyin: Wéifang zhàn) is a railway station found in Weicheng District, a part of Weifang City, Shandong. It currently lies on the Qingdao–Jinan High-Speed Railway.

Service

All types of trains stop at Weifang Station, ranging from the common trains (denoted without a letter) to the high-speed trains (denoted with a "G"). The common trains mainly offer service throughout Shandong province, with destinations such as Cao County, Qingdao, and Yantai. A few trains also provide service to Shijiazhuang in Hebei province, Zhengzhou in Henan province, and Wuhan in Hubei province.

Passengers can board the high-speed "G"-trains to Qingdao, Shanghai, and Beijing. On the westbound track, trains will first go to Jinan Railway Station before switching to the Beijing–Shanghai High-Speed Railway. All eastbound high-speed trains terminate at Qingdao. There are also a couple of lower-speed "D"-trains which end at Tianjin.[1]

Preceding station   China Railways   Following station
towards Qingdao
Qingdao–Jinan High-Speed Railway
towards Jinan

References

  1. ^ "潍坊车站查询结果". huochepiao.com. Retrieved 29 February 2012. 
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