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Beijing West Station
|Location||Lianhuachi Donglu, Fengtai District, Beijing
|Operated by||China Railway|
Beijing–Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong High-Speed Railway
Beijing Underground Cross City Railway
|Opened||21 January 1996|
Beijingxi (West) railway station (Chinese: 北京西站; pinyin: Běijīngxī Zhàn; colloquially referred to as West Station 西客站) is located in western Beijing's Fengtai District. Opened in early 1996 after three years of construction, it was the largest railway station in Asia with an area of 510,000 m2, before being surpassed by Shanghai Hongqiao railway station in platform capacity. The station serves in average 150,000–180,000 passengers per day with a maximum of 400,000 people per day. It was expanded in 2000 and had a vast amount of parking spaces added.
Regular rail services leave from Platforms 1-11; HSR leaves from Platforms 12-18. A dedicated exit is used for passengers arriving on Platform 18.
|Track 11 （Xichang Railway, Beijing-Kowloon Railway）|
|Track 12 （South of this track Beijing–Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong High-Speed Railway）|
All passengers will leave Beijing West from the Level 2 Departures Hall, except for passengers to Hong Kong, who must enter from a dedicated entrance with immigration and customs clearance facilities located by North Entrance 1. These passengers will clear customs and immigration at Beijing West and will not leave the train until it arrives at the Kowloon / Hung Hom terminus in Hong Kong. A VIP lounge is available for Business Class passengers travelling HSR.
Ticket counters and machines are available beside the main entrances.
Beijing West railway station is a terminal for both "traditional" and high-speed trains. It is the Beijing terminal for most trains leaving the city for destinations in western and southwestern China, including Xi'an, Chongqing, Chengdu, Lhasa and Urumqi. Major "traditional" rail lines beginning at this station include the Beijing-Guangzhou Railway (via Wuhan) and the Beijing-Kowloon Railway (via Nanchang and Shenzhen).
Beijing West is the northern terminal of the Beijing-Guangzhou High-Speed Railway as of December 2012. High-speed trains leave the station for Guangzhou and Shenzhen, as well as various destinations on the connecting lines, such as Taiyuan and Xi'an. There are, however, plans to construct new major railway terminal (the new Fengtai railway station) in the southwestern part of Beijing, and to eventually make it the terminal for the high-speed trains on the Beijing-Guangzhou line.
|Beijing Railway Bureau||Baoji South, Changsha South, Changchun, Chengde, Chongqing, Dajian, Guangzhou South, Guiyang North, Handan, Handan East, Hengshui, Nanchang West, Nanning East, Qinhuangdao, Shenzhen, Shenzhen North, Shijiazhuang, Shijiazhuang North, Taiyuan South, Wuhan, Xi'an, Xi'an North, Xining, Yichang East, Yinchuan, Yuncheng North, Zhangjiakou South, Zhuhai|
|Chengdu Railway Bureau||Chengdu, Chengdu East, Chongqing North, Guiyang, Guiyang North, Panzhihua|
|Guangzhou Railway Group||Changsha South, Guangzhou, Guangzhou East, Hung Hom, Sanya, Shenzhen, Shenzhen North|
|Harbin Railway Bureau||Harbin, Lhasa|
|Hohhot Railway Bureau||Baotou, Dongsheng West, Guangzhou, Hohhot, Tianjin, Wuhai West|
|Kunming Railway Bureau||Kunming|
|Lanzhou Railway Bureau||Lanzhou, Yinchuan|
|Nanchang Railway Bureau||Fuzhou, Ganzhou, Jinggangshan, Nanchang, Nanchang West, Shijiazhuang, Xiamen|
|Nanning Railway Bureau||Guilin North, Nanning, Nanning East, Zhanjiang|
|Qingzang Railway Corporation||Xining|
|Shanghai Railway Bureau||Anqing, Fuyang, Huangshan|
|Shenyang Railway Bureau||Changchun, Lhasa, Shenyang North|
|Taiyuan Railway Bureau||Linfen West, Taiyuan South, Yongji North, Yuncheng North|
|Ürümqi Railway Bureau||Ürümqi South|
|Wuhan Railway Bureau||Enshi, Hankou, Shiyan, Wuchang, Wuhan, Yichang East, Zhoukou|
|Xi'an Railway Bureau||Baoji, Baoji South, Hanzhong, Tianjin, Xi'an, Xi'an North|
|Zhengzhou Railway Bureau||Changzhi North, Hankou, Luoyang, Nanyang, Xi'an North, Zhengzhou, Zhengzhou East|
Line 9 platforms
|Operated by||Beijing Subway|
|Platforms||4 (2 island platforms)|
|Opened||December 28, 2014(Line 7)
December 31, 2011(Line 9)
Bus route numbers in bold denotes terminus at the stop.
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