Mudangjiang Railway Station completes construction
Updated : 2018-12-07
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Mudanjiang Railway Station, the northernmost terminal of the Harbin-Mudanjiang High-speed Railway, officially competed construction on Dec 6.
As part of the design, the station building stands in the middle with the peony national flower as its main façade. Various architectural elements of countries along the Eurasian Continental Bridge were added to the design, making the station possess features integrating eastern and western architectural styles and cultural elements.
The most advanced technology in the field of construction was used to construct the station, dealing with problems such as low temperature, snow accumulation and strong wind that frequently occur in the high latitude region, according to the person in charge from the 22nd Bureau of China Railway Corporation.
Mudanjiang Railway Station is a part of the 293-kilometer Harbin-Mudanjiang High-speed Railway, which is one of the key projects included in Northeast China's fast passenger transportation network and is scheduled to officially start running by the end of this year.
When the station commences operations, it will become China's northern transportation hub and a "window" to the north, connecting Manzhouli, China's largest land port, and Suifenhe, an important port in trade with Russia; accommodating traffic for Heilongjiang's economic and trade exchanges and cultural exchanges with Russia and even the hinterland of Europe.
Outside view of Mudanjiang Railway Station [Photo by Duan Jixin/ provided to Chinadaily.com.cn]
Engineers check construction at the Mudanjiang Railway Station [Photo by Duan Jixin/ provided to Chinadaily.com.cn]
Inside view of the waiting hall at Mudanjiang Railway Station [Photo by Duan Jixin/ provided to Chinadaily.com.cn]
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