Aershan Railway Station, when the Japanese Kwantung Army occupied Aershan in 1937, built a two-story low-rise spire-shaped Japanese-style granite stone building, and there was a bunker outside the station, and the gun eyes were sealed. At present, Aershan Railway Station is a key cultural relics protection unit in Inner Mongolia. The waiting room is very small. There are only two rows of chairs facing each other, but there are electronic ticket vending machines, which are called the smallest and most beautiful railway station in China.
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Built in 1937, Aershan Railway Station is a two-story Japanese-style building with a low-rise spire. The outer wall is surrounded by granite-studded stone walls, and the roof is covered with ochre cement. Now that the entire railway station is well preserved and still in use, it is a key cultural relic in Inner Mongolia. This is a two-story building during the period of the Kwantung Army's stationing, which is characterized by Dongyang architecture. It is the terminus of the Bai (Baicheng) A (Aershan) line. A Japanese-style sanatorium with stone-wood structure is kept near the station. Aershan Railway Station is the most beautiful one in China's small railway station. It is a bit like a small station in Switzerland. It is very sensation to watch the sunset on the station at dusk.
I went to Aershan Railway Station twice from day to night to experience the charm of China's smallest railway station. Although it is small but still operating, is it wonderful?
Its distance is from Shenyang to Aershan, of course, it is a green leather train all the way, but you can see different scenery outside the window every season.
Aershan Railway Station is probably the most beautiful one in China's small railway station, and it feels like day or night or night. The Aershan Railway Station was built in 1937 and was the product of the Japanese Kwantung Armys stationing period.
It is made of brick, granite and reinforced concrete. The outer wall is a chaotic stone wall with rough granite. The roof is covered with ochre cement. It is an Oriental style. Low-rise spire top two-storey Japanese building.