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Ulaanbaatar railway station

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Location  Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar
Parking  yes
Address  Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Station code  3100022
Platforms in use  3 (2 island platforms)
Line(s)  Sükhbaatar—Ulaanbaatar
Electrified  no
Opened  1949
Owner  Trans-Mongolian Railway
Tracks  6
Ulaanbaatar railway station
Owned by  Trans-Mongolian Railway
Similar  Choijin Lama Temple, Winter Palace of the Bogd, Zaisan Memorial, Gandantegchinlen Monastery, National Museum of Mongolia

Ulaanbaatar (Mongolian: Улаанбаатар өртөө) is the main railway station of Ulaanbaatar (or Ulan Bator), the capital of Mongolia.

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The station is the center of regional and international traffic in Mongolia. The Trans-Mongolian Railway passes through the station. It is the largest station in the country.

History

The station was opened in 1949.

In 2014 it became the main terminal of the Ulaanbaatar Railbus.

Trains

  • Moscow–Ulaanbaatar
  • Sükhbaatar–Ulaanbaatar
  • Moscow–Beijing
  • Irkutsk–Ulaanbaatar
  • References

    Ulaanbaatar railway station Wikipedia


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