Have been to Beijing Railway Station to transfer many times. The passenger traffic is huge while the station is orderly and sanitary. It's great overall.
It's an old station. I grew up hearing the chime bell from the station. In the old days, it was the first impression for newcomers.
Beijing Station is quite old, but there are plenty of decorations if you take a close look. It is interesting compared to the other stations in Beijing.
Have been to Beijing South Railway Station several times, using a different gate each time. It feels messy but people seem to have got used to it. It takes some thinking to survive here.
This station is nothing but large. I looked for places all around.
It feels like the biggest traffic hub of Beijing. Though it has been here for years, the facilities are still as good as those in the new high-speed railway station, as the waiting room is quite clean. It has a splendid exterior and the screens and hallways after the security check are majestic. There are plenty of restaurants and shops. The traffic is still busy at night, which could be troublesome when trains are delayed.
I used to arrive at Beijing Station or Beijing South. The first arrival at Beijing West brought me different feeling.
This station only provides a few trains to Hebei and S-intercity trains. It's small in size and was formerly known as Xizhimen Station. The passengers here now are mainly commuters and tourists to Badaling, so the passenger traffic is fine. By the way, the so-called S2 intercity train is in fact a normal speed train with a CRH outfit.
Reachable by subway lines 2, 4 and 13. Mainly provides short-distance trains from Changping to Yanqing.
Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station is the biggest railway station on the Beijing-Shanghai Railway. You can transfer to the subway, high-speed railway and airport all in one station. The waiting room is very spacious and is filled with various shops and restaurants, which can help kill time during the long wait. The security check is not very strict and you can come in and out as you wish, which shows the capacity of Shanghai. I like it.
It's magnificent and not far from the airport. There are many people here.
I only have been there once from Yangzhou by train. It feels big. It was a cursory trip and I hope to go there again one day!
Not many trains here and most of them are normal speed trains. It would be much more convenient if there could be some high-speed trains. The facilities here are great!
It's in Huadu District without a subway and small in scale. However, it has its advantages in that both high speed railways and normal fast trains are available here. And it's more comfortable due to the small foot traffic. It makes it convenient for people in northern Guangzhou to travel. It will be even more convenient when Metro Line 9 connecting the airport is put in to use.
It's the nearest high-speed railway station to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. But it takes half an hour minimum and there are few trains to the airport.
It's just the former Huadu Train Station. It's small in size and schedule, with only a few trains stopping here.
Due to its large scale, It's more comfortable than the old station. The "true high-speed train" takes no more than half an hour to get to Guangzhou South. I've been here many times and have seen it develop into today's traffic hub and business is booming. However, with the number of passengers increasing, it takes more time to pass the security check (about 20 minutes). Please allow some time. Still, the waiting room is capable of accommodating passengers without being crowded.
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