Wuhan Train

Wuhan is located in the middle of China and it is a major junction point for China's railway lines. There are many trains shuttling between the city and many others, including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xian, Shenzhen, Chengdu, Chongqing, Changsha, and Xiamen.  
 See detailed Wuhan Train Schedule

The city is divided by Yangtze River and Hanjiang River into three parts, namely Wuchang, Hankou and Hanyang, the reputed 'Three Towns of the City'. The three passenger railway stations in the city are located separately, with two in the town of Wuchang, and the other in the town of Hankou.

Major Rail Lines from Wuhan to
 

It opened on December 26, 2009, with the opening of Wuhan-Guangzhou High Speed Railway. This station relieves the pressure on Hankou and Wuchang Stations and mainly operates the high speed trains and some ordinary ones to Chengdu and Chongqing. Resembling a flying crane, it is reputed as the world's most beautiful railway station. It has one underground floor and three above ground floors. The floors from bottom to top successively contain the subway platform, arrival hall, platforms, and waiting hall . The city bus stop and long-distance bus station are situated at the east square of the station while the west square is a recreation and green belt area.

three trains stations in Wuhan
Three Railway Stations in the City

 Transportation Connections

 Subway
Line 4: Wuhan Railway Station <--> Huangjinkou

 Bus
No. 108: to Minquan Rd Wangjiaxiang
No. 297: to Hankou North Ave CBD East
No. 513: to Lumo Rd Optics Valley Square
No. 525: to Qunli Village
No. 540: to Wuchang Railway Station
No. 551: to Taipingyang City Bus Parking Lot
No. 610: to Hankou Railway Station
No. 643: to Lumo Rd Optics Valley Square
 

Built in 1916 and renovated from 2006 to 2008, it is the second largest railway station in middle China. Its structure and decoration reflect the colorful Chu culture. Presently, it offers ordinary trains to Beijing, Xian, Chengdu, Guilin, Zhengzhou, Zhangjiajie, etc.

 Transportation Connections

 Trolley
No. 4: to Jiefang Avenue Water Works

 Bus
Wuhan trainNo. 10: to Hankou Railway Station
No. 59: Dingziqiao South Rd Jiangnan Courtyard <--> this station <--> Lumo Rd Nanwangshan
No. 66: to Zhuodaoquan South Rd Fangjiazui
No. 74: Youyi Ave Shahu Lake <--> this station <--> Wunantielu New Village
No. 507: Qiugui St Xingyue City <--> this station <--> Wujindi Highway Wutaizhai
No. 511: to No. 7 Jianshe Rd Linjiang Ave
No. 518: to Luoyu East Rd Wangjiadian
No. 538: to Nanhu Ave Chashanliu
No. 561:  this station <--> Nanhu City Bus Lot <--> Hankou Railway Station
No. 564: Wujindi Highway Sitan Rd <--> this station <--> Bayi Rd Donghu New Village
No. 577: to Hanhuang Rd Daijiashan
 

It was built in 1898 and renovated from 2008 – 2010, in an European style with 8 platforms that can handle 120,000 passengers daily. It operates high speed trains to Shanghai, Yichang, Nanchang, Nanjing, Ningbo, etc., and ordinary ones to Tianjin, Qingdao, Xining, etc.

 Transportation Connections

 Subway
Line 2: Jinyintan <--> this station <--> Optics Valley Square

 Bus
No. 9: to Wuhan Port
No. 10: to Wuchang Railway Station
No. 38: to Dock of Yue Han
No. 519: to Luojiashan Rd Quanye Chang
No. 533: to Minzu Rd Jijiazui
No. 561:  this station <--> Wuchang Railway Station <--> Nanhu City Bus Lot
No. 610: to Wuhan Railway Station
No. 536 (night line): to Chuangye St Dahe Village

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