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Weinan North Railway Station

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Weinan North Railway Station

Weinan North Railway Station
Other names Weinan North
Location Cangcheng Lu, Linwei District, Weinan, Shaanxi
Operated by China Railway Corporation
Line(s) Zhengzhou–Xi'an High-Speed Railway, Datong–Xian Passenger Dedicated Railway Line
Platforms 4

The Weinan North Railway Station(渭南北站) is a railway station of Zhengzhou–Xi'an High-Speed Railway and Datong–Xian Passenger Dedicated Railway Line that located in Linwei District of Weinan city in Shaanxi province, China.


The station during construction was called New Weinan Railway Station but following its completion it was renamed Weinan North Railway Station.


The station is located on the north end of the Cangcheng Road, just south of the Wei River, the station itself is part of the world third longest bridge Weinan Weihe Grand Bridge. It was opened on 6th February 2010, alone with the Zhengzhou–Xi'an High-Speed Railway. On the 1st July 2014, with the completion Datong–Xian Passenger Dedicated Railway Line, the station is served by two high speed railway lines.

There are more than 60 trains serve the station daily, making it the most important railway hub in eastern part of Shaanxi province. The trains connect the station with Xi'an, Zhengzhou, Taiyuan, Beijing, Wuhan, Changsha, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Shanghai and more major stations in China.

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