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The Lafa–Harbin railway, named the Labin Railway (simplified Chinese: 拉滨铁路; traditional Chinese: 拉濱鐵路; pinyin: Lābīn Tiělù), is a 272 km (169 mi) single-track trunk railway in Northeast China, running from Lafa to Binjiang via Harbin. It connects to the Changtu Railway at Lafa, to the Jishu Railway and the Taoshu Railway at Shulan, to the Binsui Railway and the Hahuan Line at Xiangfang, and at Harbin to the Binbei Railway, the Binzhou Railway, and the Jingha Railway.

History

The line, originally named the Labin Line (Rōhin Line in Japanese), was built by the Manchukuo National Railway between 1932 and 1934, and officially opened on 1 September 1934.[1] The Harbin–Binjiang section was originally built by the North Manchuria Railway, and whilst under the management of the Manchukuo National Railway it was part of the Binjiang Line. After the Soviet invasion of Manchuria in 1945 it was taken over by the Soviet Army, and from then until 1955 it was operated by the Sino-Soviet China Changchun Railway. After 1955 it was merged into China Railways and renamed Labin Railway, and is now jointly administered by the Harbin and Shenyang Railway Bureaux.

Route

Distance Station name
Total; km S2S; km Current name Former name Opened Connections
0 0 Lafa
拉法
1928 Changtu Railway
8 8 Xinzhan
新站
1928
19 11 Liujiazi
六家子
1928
28 9 Ma'anling
马鞍岭
1928 Closed
41 13 Shangying
上营
1933
53 12 Xiaocheng
小城
Closed
68 15 Qunling
群岭
Closed
81 13 Shulan
舒兰
1933 Jishu Railway, Taoshu Railway
96 15 Shuiquliu
水曲柳
1933
110 14 Ping'an
平安
1934
122 12 Shanhetun
山河屯
1933
138 16 Dujia
杜家
1933
151 13 Wuchang
五常
1933
167 16 Anjia
安家
1934
182 15 Beiyinhe
背荫河
1934
193 11 Lalin
拉林
1934
211 18 Niujia
牛家
1934
225 14 Zhoujia
周家
1934
241 16 Pingfang
平房
1934
Liming
黎明
1984 Freight only
254 13 Sunjia
孙家
1934 Wangsun Railway (zh)
259 5 Xiangfang
香坊
Harbin (哈尔滨/Харбин), 1898–1904
Old Harbin (老哈尔滨/Старый Харбин), 1904–1924
1898 Binsui Railway, Hahuan Line
261 2 Wangzhaotun
王兆屯
Muchaichang
木柴厂
1899 Binsui Railway, Hahuan Line
266 5 Harbin
哈尔滨
Songhuajiang
松花江
1899 Binbei Railway, Jingha Railway, Binzhou Railway, Binbei Railway
271.7 6 Binjiang
滨江
1934 Sankeshu Railway (zh)

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