Guangzhou North railway station
|Location||Zhanqian Road (站前路)|
Xinhua Subdistrict, Huadu District, Guangzhou, Guangdong
|Operated by||Guangzhou Railway Group Co. Ltd.|
Guangzhou Metro Co. Ltd.
Wuhan–Guangzhou High-Speed Railway
|Classification||2nd class station|
28 December 2017
The Guangzhou North railway station (simplified Chinese: 广州北站; traditional Chinese: 廣州北站; pinyin: Guǎngzhōuběi Zhàn; Jyutping: gwong2 zau1 bak1 zaam6) is a railway station in Guangdong Province, China, opened in 1908. It is located in Huadu District in far northern suburbs of Guangzhou.
The station is served both by the high-speed trains of the Wuhan–Guangzhou High-Speed Railway and by regular passenger trains on the original railway (Jingguang railway) running along the same route.
Line 9 of the Guangzhou Metro opened on 28 December 2017, with the metro station located at the west side of the national rail station at Guangzhou North railway station, but due to the construction of the Guangzhou–Qingyuan intercity railway, the metro station is inaccessible from the national rail station. Therefore, passengers need to get off at the preceding station, Huacheng Lu, and walk along the road, or take a shuttle bus.
- "Guangzhou North Railway Station". TravelChinaGuide.com. Retrieved 25 February 2010.
- A search on www.tielu.org with a parameter such as "广州北至长沙" (Guangzhou North to Changsha) shows both the high-speed G-class train from Guangzhou South railway station and regular K-class trains coming from Guangzhou railway station
- 广州市人民政府门户网站 - 地铁九号线节后客流日均七万人次 [Metro Line 9 after the Chunyun is projected to have an daily average traffic of 70,000 passengers]. www.gz.gov.cn (in Chinese). Retrieved 4 May 2018.