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Qinshen Passenger Railway
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Gauge: 1,435
Voltage: 50Hz 25,000V ~
Stations and mileage
Abbreviated in this map
toward Jingshan at Tianjin, Jingha at Beijing
Station on track
Qinhuangdao 0 km
Station on track
Shanhaiguan 16 km
Junction to right
toward Shenshan at Shenyang North
Stop on track
Suizhong North 79 km
Stop on track
Huludao North 138 km
Stop on track
Jinzhou South 181 km
Stop on track
Panjin North 250 km
Stop on track
Tai'an 305 km
Stop on track
Liaozhong 336 km
Stop on track
Huanggutun 401 km
Junction from right
toward Shenshan at Shanhaiguan
Station on track
Shenyang North 404 km
Abbreviated in this map
toward Shenlian at Dalian, Shenji atJilin, Shendan at Dandong

Qinshen passenger railway (simplified Chinese: 秦沈客运专线traditional Chinese: 秦瀋客運專線pinyin: Qínshěn Kèyùn Zhuānxiàn) is a passenger-dedicated high-speed railway between Qinhuangdao and Shenyang, spanning a distance of 405 km. Opened in 2003, it is the first newly built high-speed railway in China, costing RMB 16 billion (US$ 2 billion). It is an electrified dual-track railway designed for a top speed of 200 km/h. By 2007 its top speed is increased to 250km/h and will be further upgraded to 300 km/h. In 2002, high-speed train China Star achieved a top speed of 321 km/h on Qingshen railway, setting a record for Chinese train speed. Currently, most of the passenger trains between Qinhuangdao to Shenyang are diverted to this railway from Shenshan railway.

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