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Anhui has 15 railways, and is run through by the Beijing-Shanghai Railway, Beijing-Kowloon Railway and Lianyungang-Lanzhou Railway. Other major trunk lines in the province include the Huainan-Wuhu Railway for transporting the coal of Huainan, the Nanjing-Tongling Railway which connects the cities in the industrial corridor on the southern bank of the Yangtze River, the Wuhu-Yingtan Railway cutting through the mountainous area of South Anhui, the Suixi-Fuyang, Fuyang-Huainan and Luohe-Fuyang railways connecting with the Beijing-Kowloon Railway at Fuyang, the Hefei-Jiujiang Railway connecting Anhui with Jiangxi and Hubei provinces, and the Xuanzhou-Hangzhou Railway, known as the "Second Passage in East China". The Tongling-Jiujiang Railway is a trunk line stretching along the Yangtze River from Shanghai at the eastern end to Wuhan at the western end. The Xi'an-Hefei Railway, one of the "Ten Key Projects of Western Development", and the "brand-new Lianyungang-Lanzhou Railway", which starts from Shanghai in the east and ends in Zhongwei of the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region in the west are important railways, with Hefei, Bengbu and Fuyang being key railway hubs.

Hefei Train Schedule

Train Timetable of Huangshan Railway Station and Ticket Price (RMB)