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Beijing Fengtai Railway Station, the oldest railway station in Beijing, is situated between West 3rd Ring South Road and West 4th Ring South Road. First built in 1895, this railway station reopened with a brand-new look on June 20, 2022, and is now the largest passenger railway hub in Asia.

The newly opened station building, covering an area of about 400,000 square meters, can accommodate 14,000 passengers per hour. With 32 rail tracks and 32 platforms, the station consists of four functional floors, including one basement floor and three above the ground (with mezzanines in part of the building). The station is also China's first large station with a double-deck structure providing high-speed and regular train services.