Shanghai Railway Station station

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Location
31°14'58"N
121°27'28"E
Country
 China
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Shanghai Railway Station (simplified Chinese: 上海火车站; traditional Chinese: 上海火車站; pinyin: Shànghǎi Huǒchēzhàn) is an interchange station between lines 1, 3 and 4 on the Shanghai Metro. It is one of the stations where Line 3 and Line 4 share the same tracks and elevated platforms. The transfer between Line 1 and lines 3 and 4 is actually quite long. Both metro stations are located on the opposing sides of the train station with a long tunnel connecting both platforms. In addition to being an interchange between metro lines, the station facilitates transfer to Shanghai's main railway station. A tunnel leads directly from the concourse of the metro station to the concourse of the railway station. This station served as the northern terminus of Line 1 before the extension to Gongfu Xincun opened on 28 December 2004.

Places nearby

Shanghai railway station Shanghai Post Office Suzhou Creek Shanghai Art District in Moganshan Road (by taxi or longer walk)
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