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Beijing Railway Station, located between Jianguomen and Chongwenmen in the Eastern Second Ring Road of Beijing, is an intersection of Beijing-Shanghai, Beijing-Harbin, Beijing-Chengde, Fengtai-Shacheng, Beijing-Yuanping, Beijing-Guangzhou, Beijing-Kowloon, and other railways.

Beijing Railway Station covers an area of 250,000 square meters with a total construction area of 80,000 square meters. It is a landmark building in China and Beijing.

Beijing Railway Station now has one ticket office, two self-service ticket collection halls, one entrance, and 28 entrance channels, with a waiting area of about 12,000 square meters and a daily capacity of 13,000 passengers who can wait at the same time. There are 14 platforms and 16 train lines, most of which go to northeast China and east China.