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Beijing Railway Station opened in the 1950s, as can be seen from its architecture which merges traditional Chinese architecture with 50s design. .
The traffic load of Beijing Railway Station has decreased somewhat with the opening of the Beijing West Railway Station in 1996. Still, it remains a busy railway station. Generally, trains for Manchuria, Mongolia, Shanghai, Nanjing, Hangzhou depart from this station while the remainder depart from Beijing West.
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Beijing Railway Station opened in the 1950s, as can be seen from its architecture which merges traditional Chinese architecture with 50s design. . <br />
The traffic load of Beijing Railway Station has decreased somewhat with the opening of the Beijing West Railway Station in 1996. Still, it remains a busy railway station. Generally, trains for Manchuria, Mongolia, Shanghai, Nanjing,  Hangzhou depart from this station while the remainder depart from Beijing West.