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Weishe–Hongguo Railway

The Weishe–Hongguo Railway or Weihong Railway (simplified Chinese: 威红铁路; traditional Chinese: 威紅鐵路; pinyin: wēihóng tiělù), is a branch railroad of the Nanning–Kunming Railway in Guizhou province of Southwest China. The Weihong Line branches off of the main Nankun Line at Weishe Township in Xingyi municipality and runs north to Hongguo Township in Liupanshui municipality, where the line connects to the Pan County West Railway. The Weishe–Hongguo Railway was built as part of the Nankun Railway, which was constructed from 1990 to 1997.[1][2]

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See also

References

  1. ^ (Chinese) Xinhua"南昆铁路开工" 2008-12-05
  2. ^ (Chinese) China Radio International"南昆铁路建成通车" 2004-03-18
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