Qingsheng railway station

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China Railway High-speed
Guangzhou Metro
CR Qingsheng Station Exterior view 2017 12.jpg
Chinese name
Simplified Chinese庆盛站
Traditional Chinese慶盛站
General information
LocationQingsheng, Dongchong, Nansha District, Guangzhou, Guangdong
Line(s)China Railway High-speed Guangshen'gang XRL
Guangzhou Metro      Line 4
PlatformsChina Railway High-speed 2
Guangzhou Metro 2
Other information
Station code
  • CRH:
    • TMIS: 65851
    • Telegraph: QSQ
    • Pinyin: QSH
  • Metro: 411
Classification3rd class station
Opened28 December 2017 Guangzhou Metro
Preceding station   Guangzhou Metro   Following station
Line 4
toward Huangcun
Exterior view

Qingsheng railway station (Chinese: 庆盛站) is a station in located in Qingsheng Village (庆盛村), Dongchong Town, Nansha District, Guangzhou. It is one of the stations on the Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong Express Rail Link between Guangzhou South railway station in the Panyu District and Futian railway station in Shenzhen City.[1] Also, an elevated station on Line 4 of the Guangzhou Metro, The metro station started operation on 28 December 2017.

Rail services[edit]

Metro services[edit]

Station layout[edit]

Concourse & Platforms
Side Lobby Customer Service, Vending machines, ATMs, Passageway to Qingsheng Railway Station
Passageway Passageway between Side Lobby & Platform 1
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Platform 1  4  towards Huangcun (Dongchong)
Platform 2  4  towards Nansha Passenger Port (Huangge Auto Town)
Side platform, doors will open on the right
Side Lobby Customer Service, Vending machines, ATMs, Toilets, Passageway to Qingsheng Railway Station, Exits
Passageway Passageway between Main & Side Lobbies
Main Lobby Customer Service, Vending machines, ATMs, Toilets, Stairs & Escalators to Platform 2


Exit number Exit location
Exit B Qingsheng Railway Station
Exit C Qingsha Lu
Exit D Qingsha Lu


  1. ^ "Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link". MTR. Archived from the original on August 5, 2011.

Coordinates: 22°52′01″N 113°29′26″E / 22.8670°N 113.490456°E / 22.8670; 113.490456