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===By train===
 
===By train===
Guilin has three train stations. '''Guilin Station''' (''Guilin Zhan'') is in the centre of town on Zhongshan Nanlu, '''Guilin North Station''' (''Guilin Bei Zhan'') is far away from downtown area, and Guilin '''West Station''' (''Guilin Xi Zhan'', started operation in January 2016) is even farther from downtown (north west to Guilin North Station). Most, but not all, trains which originate/terminate in Guilin go to or come from Guilin North; trains which come through Guilin from elsewhere usually only go to Guilin Station and not Guilin North; and Guilin West Station is on Guiyang-Guangzhou High-speed Railway. High speed trains are now serving Guilin (January 2014) from Nanning to Beijing significantly cutting down journey time (Guilin to Nanning 2 hours), (Guilin to Liuzhou 1 hour) & (Guilin to Beijing 10 hours).
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Guilin has two train stations. '''Guilin Station''' (''Guilin Zhan'') is in the centre of town on Zhongshan Nanlu while '''Guilin North Station''' (''Guilin Bei Zhan'') is far away from downtown area. Most, but not all, trains which originate/terminate in Guilin go to or come from Guilin North while trains which come through Guilin from elsewhere usually only go to Guilin Station and not Guilin North. High speed trains are now serving Guilin (January 2014) from Nanning to Beijing significantly cutting down journey time (Guilin to Nanning 2 hours), (Guilin to Liuzhou 1 hour) & (Guilin to Beijing 10 hours).
  
 
There are trains from North (Beijing, Changsha, Wuhan, Shanghai, Xian), West (Kunming), South (Liuzhou, Nanning, Zhanjiang), and East (Guangzhou, Shenzhen).
 
There are trains from North (Beijing, Changsha, Wuhan, Shanghai, Xian), West (Kunming), South (Liuzhou, Nanning, Zhanjiang), and East (Guangzhou, Shenzhen).

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