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Zhuhai North Railway Station

Zhuhaibei
珠海北
Other names Zhuhai North
Location Jinfeng Beilu, Xiangzhou District, Zhuhai, Guangdong
China
Line(s) Guangzhu ICR
Platforms 2 (side platforms)
Connections
  • Bus routes 3A, 65, 72A, K1
Construction
Structure type Elevated
History
Opened 7 January 2011

Zhuhaibei Railway Station (Chinese: 珠海北站; pinyin: Zhūhǎi Běi Zhàn), formerly Jinding Station (Chinese: 金鼎站) during planning, is an elevated station on the Guangzhou–Zhuhai Intercity Railway (Guangzhu ICR). It is located within the Zhuhai National Hi-Tech Industrial Development District in Jinding Town, Xiangzhou, Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, China.[1]

The station started operations on 7 January 2011. From its opening until 31 December 2012, it was the only station open in Zhuhai,[2][3] and served as the temporary south terminus of the Guangzhu ICR until the remaining stations in Zhuhai opened, when the line was extended to the permanent southern terminus at the Zhuhai Railway Station in downtown Zhuhai.

Zhuhai North Railway Station Platform

Station layout

L2
Platforms
Side platform, doors will open on the left
Platform 1 Guangzhu ICR towards Zhuhai (Tangjiawan)
Platform 2 Guangzhu ICR towards Guangzhou South (Nanlang)
Side platform, doors will open on the left
G
Concourse
Lobby/Exit Ticket Booths, Departure Hall

References

  1. ^ Intercity MRT in progress
  2. ^ Discover Guangzhou-Zhuhai Intercity Railway
  3. ^ 廣珠城軌給力珠江西岸崛起 (Chinese version)

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