Hohhot Railway Station


 
Hohhot Railway Station, originally named Guisui Railway Station, is located at Huimin Section in Hohhot. First built in 1921, it changed to its present name in 1954. From this station, there are trains to Beijing, Lanzhou, Hailar, Erlian, and also trains pass Xian, Changzhou.

In 1990, it opened the train to Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. Hohhot Railway Station sends and receives 17 pairs of passenger trains a day, with the annual passengers 250 million. In 2012, its daily traffic - 18,005 people ranks 51 among national main railway stations.
 

Basic Information of Hohhot Railway Station

English Name:
Hohhot Railway Station
Chinese Name:
呼和浩特火车站
Location:
Huimin District in Hohhot
Grade:
First Class
Platform Number:
8
 
Hohhot Railway Station was built in 1921, located at the 653642 m point of Beijing-Baotou Railway. According to the nature of business, it is a passenger and freight station, and according to the technical nature, it is district station.
 
The station employs 1607 people, including the Mongolian, Han, Hui, Manchu, Korean, Daur seven ethnic groups. Among them, 134 minorities stuffs; 1082 male workers, 525 female workers; 1457 people in the post, 150 not in the post number; above 260 people with college degree, which is 16.2% of the total number of workers and 33 technicians and 37 senior technicians; 692 party members, accounting for 43.0%.
 

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