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Sheung Shui is the second last railway station on the KCR East Rail in Hong Kong. Trains continue to Lo Wu Station, the checkpoint with mainland China. This is a list of the stations of the Hong Kong train system known as the KCR. Station names are in both English and Chinese. ... The Kowloon-Canton Railway Corporation (九廣鐵路公司), frequently abbreviated to KCRC or just KCR, is wholly owned by the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government and based in Hong Kong. ... Opening Date 10 October 1911 Stations 14 Number of trains 34 Service Area North District, Tai Po, Sha Tin, Yau Tsim Mong, Kowloon City The East Rail is one of the three lines of the KCRC network in Hong Kong. ... Hong Kong (香港; Cantonese IPA: ; Jyutping: hoeng1 gong2; Yale: heūng góng; pinyin: Xiānggǎng; Wade-Giles: Hsiang-kang) is one of the two Special Administrative Regions of the Peoples Republic of China. ... Lo Wu is the northern terminus of the Hong Kong KCRC East Rail. ... In this map of China, the light-coloured areas represent Mainland China, while yellow coloured area refers to Taiwan. ...

Stations of Hong Kong's KCR
East Rail East Tsim Sha Tsui | Hung Hom | Mong Kok | Kowloon Tong | Tai Wai | Sha Tin | Fo Tan | Racecourse | University | Science Park | Tai Po Market | Tai Wo | Fanling | Sheung Shui | Lo Wu
West Rail Canton Road | Nam Cheong | Mei Foo | Tsuen Wan West | Kam Sheung Road | Yuen Long | Long Ping | Tin Shui Wai | Siu Hong | Tuen Mun
Light Rail Siu Hong | Kei Lun | Tsing Chung | Kin Sang | Tin King | Leung King | San Wai | Shek Pai | Ming Kum | Kin On | Ho Tin | Choy Yee Bride | Affluence | Tuen Mun Hospital | Ngan Wai | Tai Hing South | Tai Hing North | Shan King North | Shan King South | Tsing Wun | Tsing Shan Tsuen | Lung Mun | LRT Depot | Butterfly | Melody Garden | Ferry Pier | Tuen Mun | Town Centre | On Ting | Yau Oi | Fung Tei | Prime View | San Hui | Ho Fuk Tong | Pui To | Sui Lun | Goodview Garden | Tuen Mun Swimming Pool | Siu Hei | Sam Shing | Yuen Long | Tai Tong Road | Hong Lok Road | Fung Nin Road | Shui Pin Wai | Ping Shan | Tong Fong | Hung Shui Kiu | Chung Uk Tsuen | Nai Wai | Lam Tei | Tin Shui | Locwood | Tin Yiu | Hang Mei Tsuen | Tin Wing | Chestwood | Tin Shui Wai | Tin Tsz | Tin Wu | Ginza | Tin Yuet | Tin Sau | Wetland Park | Tin Heng | Tin Yat | Tin Fu | Chung Fu
Ma On
Shan Rail
Tai Wai | Che Kung Temple | Sha Kok | City One | Shek Mun | Tai Shui Hang | Heng On | Ma On Shan | Wu Kai Sha

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West Rail, KCRC (393 words)
West Rail is the abbrivated term used by the KCRC to describe its newly-built line on the northwestern New Territories, Hong Kong.
KCRC was also blamed for its route planning and forceful reduction of bus service (mainly provided by KMB) after operation.
The actual underground part is between Mei Foo and Kam Sheung Road, and the line was under hills except the section around and south of Tsuen Wan West Station.
Sheung Shui (KCR) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (103 words)
Sheung Shui (上水站) is the second last railway station on the
Trains continue to Lo Wu Station, the checkpoint with mainland China, but some terminate at this station and go back to Hung Hom, the southern terminus.
This station is located in the North District, New Territories, Hong Kong, serving the Sheung Shui area and its vicinity.
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