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Ürümqi–Dzungaria railway

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The Ürümqi-Dzungaria railway or Wuzhun railway (Chinese: 乌准铁路) is a single-track railway line in Xinjiang, China, between Ürümqi, the regional capital of Xinjiang, and the coal fields of the eastern Junggar Basin (Dzungaria).[1] The railway is 264 km (164 mi) in length and runs east from Ürümqi to Wucaiwan (Chinese: 五彩湾, in Jimsar County) to Jiangjunmiao (Chinese: 将军庙), in the northern part of Qitai County. The line opened in 2009 and was built primarily to carry coal.[1]

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  1. ^ a b "新疆精伊霍、乌精二线、奎北、乌准4条铁路新线开通运营" [Four new railways enter into service in Xinjiang: the Jinghe–Yining line, the Ürümqi–Jinghe second track, the Kuitun–Beitun line, and the Ürümqi–Dzungaria line] (in Chinese). November 6, 2009.

Categories: Railway lines in China | Rail transport in Xinjiang | Railway lines opened in 2009 | People's Republic of China rail transport stubs

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