Wuhu railway station

Wuhu railway station (Chinese: 芜湖站) is a railway station in Jinghu District, Wuhu, Anhui, China. It is situated at the intersection of multiple conventional and high-speed lines.

Wuhu

芜湖
201705 Facade of Wuhu Railway Station.jpg
LocationJinghu District, Wuhu, Anhui
China
Coordinates31°20′59″N 118°23′10″E / 31.3498°N 118.3860°E / 31.3498; 118.3860Coordinates: 31°20′59″N 118°23′10″E / 31.3498°N 118.3860°E / 31.3498; 118.3860
Line(s)Huainan railway
Anhui–Jiangxi railway
Nanjing–Tongling railway
Nanjing–Anqing intercity railway
Shangqiu–Hangzhou high-speed railway
History
Opened1933 (1933)

The station is the northern terminus of the Anhui–Jiangxi railway and the southern terminus of the Huainan railway. It is a stop on the Nanjing–Tongling railway, the Nanjing–Anqing intercity railway, and the Shangqiu–Hangzhou high-speed railway.

An interchange with the currently under construction Line 2 of Wuhu Rail Transit is planned.

HistoryEdit

The first railway station was built in Wuhu with the Anhui–Jiangxi railway and opened in 1933. In 1977, a new station was built on the present site of Wuhu railway station to meet growing demand. This station was rebuilt in 1992. On 20 August 2013, the complete reconstruction of the station began.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "见证沧桑 迎来新生". epaper.wuhunews.cn. Retrieved 2020-07-16.
Preceding station China Railway High-speed Following station
Dangtu East Nanjing–Anqing intercity railway Wuhu South
towards Anqing
Wuhu North
towards Shangqiu
Shangqiu–Hangzhou high-speed railway Wuhu South