Beijing Station is quite old, but there are plenty of decorations if you take a close look. It is interesting compared to the other stations in Beijing.
Beijing Railway Station has been playing an important role over the years. It leaves a deep impression on us who wait there, take trains, and transfer. Back in 2013, there was a bad smell in the waiting room on the first floor. However, when I went there this Spring Festival, it was much better. There were many changes like the newly-opened KFC, Qing Feng steamed dumpling and so on with fair prices. The service in general was much improved.
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.
Big station with many people. The transportation is very convenient.
Good location. Transportation available at both the south and north square.
The old Shanghai Station. It looks old from both inside and outside. I hope it can be renovated one day.
More crowded than I imagined. There are long queues at the ticket vending machines. The environment feels new and clean.
Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station is an important traffic hub. Every day hundreds of thousands of passengers are transferred 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.
I only have been there once from Yangzhou by train. It feels big. It was a cursory trip and I hope to go there again one day!
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.
Large passenger flow, a metropolis indeed! Signs are clear. The subway is right at the exit. Very convenient.
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.
It's just the former Huadu Train Station. It's small in size and schedule, with only a few trains stopping here.
It's a little bit far to go to Huadu to take trains and the transportation there is not very convenient.
The high-speed railway takes only 36 minutes from Guangzhou South to Shenzhen North, which is convenient. Catering services are comprehensive, including KFC, McDonald's, Dicos and Ajisen Ramen. There are also waiting areas for children and the disabled and you can buy some souvenirs here in the gift shop. Guangzhou South is really impressive and I'll come again.
It's in Nanshan. There are many trains but the transportation there is not very convenient.
It's lively but not messy here. Good memories for me!
It took me a while to find the station after I got out of the taxi. It wasn't as conspicuous as other modern buildings around. Shenzhen is a green city, including the station.
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