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Beijing (Peking) rail map

Map of Beijing (Peking) trains

The Beijing (Peking) rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Beijing (Peking) trains. This railway map of Beijing (Peking) will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Beijing (Peking) in China. The Beijing (Peking) rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Beijing (Peking) is one of the largest hubs in China railway network. Eight conventional rail lines radiate from Beijing to: Shanghai (Jinghu Line), Guangzhou (Jingguang Line), Kowloon (Jingjiu Line), Harbin (Jingha Line), Baotou (Jingbao Line), Qinhuangdao (Jingqin Line), Chengde (Jingcheng Line) and Yuanping, Shanxi (Jingyuan Line) as you can see in Beijing (Peking) rail map. In addition, Beijing (Peking) has two high-speed rail lines: the Beijing-Shanghai High-Speed Railway, which opened in 2011, and the Beijing-Tianjin Intercity Railway, which opened in 2008.

The city main railway stations are the Beijing (Peking) Railway Station, which opened in 1959; the Beijing (Peking) West Railway Station, which opened in 1996; and the Beijing (Peking) South Railway Station, which was rebuilt into the city high-speed railway station in 2008. As of 1 July 2010, Beijing (Peking) Railway Station had 173 trains arriving daily, Beijing West had 232 trains and Beijing (Peking) South had 163. The Beijing North Railway Station, first built in 1909 and expanded in 2009, had 22 trains as its mentioned in Beijing (Peking) rail map. Smaller stations in the city including Beijing (Peking) East Railway Station and Qinghuayuan Railway Station handle mainly commuter passenger traffic. The Fengtai Railway Station has been closed for renovation. In outlying suburbs and counties of Beijing (Peking), there are over 40 railway stations.

The Beijing (Peking) Suburban Railway is a commuter railway service that connects outlying counties with the subway network. Six "S-numbered" lines have been planned. There is only one S-Line currently in operation as its shown in Beijing (Peking) rail map. The S2 Line runs from the North Station at Xizhimen to the Badaling Great Wall in Yanqing County. The ara eight major railways radiate out of Beijing (Peking): Jingguang Railway, to Guangzhou, Guangdong; Jinghu Railway, to Shanghai; Jingha Railway, to Harbin, Heilongjiang; Jingbao Railway, to Baotou, Inner Mongolia; Jingyuan Railway, to Yuanping, Shanxi; Jingcheng Railway, to Chengde, Hebei; Jingqin Railway, to Qinhuangdao, Hebei; Jingjiu Railway, to Kowloon, Hong Kong.