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.
The transportation is convenient. The place is big. The fast subway is right at the exit.
Beijing Railway Station has no special pick-up point, which makes it inconvenient for aged or injured passengers because they have to walk a long way to get to the trains.
A modern station with convenient transportation. You can get there by lines 4 and 14. Unlike other high-speed railway stations, Beijing South is located in the downtown area. The building is great, well-equipped and clean.
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.
Reachable by subway lines 2, 4 and 13. Mainly provides short-distance trains from Changping to Yanqing.
It has trains to Badaling.
Beijing North Railway Station is in Xizhimen. It's convenient to take the subway there. It provides trains to Yanqing.
Shanghai Station is quite big. Nice surroundings and many restaurants.
The old Shanghai Station. It looks old from both inside and outside. I hope it can be renovated one day.
As people who have been there before will know, It's a big station. Unfortunately, the sanitation is poor.
I like this station. It has convenient transportation and well-equipped facilities.
Hongqiao Railway Station is high-end and classy. I've been to many railway stations, among them Hongqiao is the most spacious and clasiest. I like it.
It's magnificent and not far from the airport. There are many people here.
Have been there when I went to Zhejiang. It looked messy from the outside, because of the high passenger traffic. It was better inside.
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!
Guangzhou Railway Station hasn't changed much since its reform and reopening. It's no wonder that it can't keep up with the increasing needs and falls behind other cities. The surroundings inside the station have been improved with a garden, business waiting room and a cleaner, brighter waiting room. However, it has been risky over the years because outside the station there are many pickpockets and hustlers. So, you better enter the station half an hour prior to departure and don't linger at the station square.
The most important train station in southern China.
The passenger traffic of Guangzhou station was incredible! I didn't come during the Spring Festival but the ground was full of people. Passengers were only allowed into the waiting room due to the heavy traffic, which kept people in the outside square and I had to go through the crowd to get some food. There was another security check in addition to the one at the entrance of the square. The crowds were just a mess! People were just pushing each other without queues and rules! It got better after I entered, but the noise in the waiting area was still annoying. Finally, I bought a ticket with access to the business waiting room, which is comfortable, equipped with plugs, and not expensive. By the way, you can get on the train in advance and avoid the crowds.
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.
The Guangzhou North station is at Huadu District, which is really far from downtown. It's a small station with few trains.
The north station is quite far away and few trains stop there. The station is not very big.
It's at the heart of the old town of Luohu District. Its surroundings are dirty and messy like many other stations. It's the terminal station for the Guangzhou-Shenzhen intercity railway.
It's near Luohu Port. Hong Kong is just across the river. And It's convenient to take the subway to Hong Kong's city center after you enter it.
Too many people passing the border. The environment is complicated and messy.
Peddlers everywhere and no air conditioner in the waiting room. The condition of this station is a shame for a city like Shenzhen.
It's very hard to find this place. And my Guangzhou number mobile lost signal here.
It's lively but not messy here. Good memories for me!
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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