Ferrovia Trans-Mongoliana

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Transmongoliana
Straight track
Transiberiana a Moscou
Station on track
Ulan-Ude
Unknown route-map component "ABZgl"
Transiberiana a Vladivostok
Stop on track
Zaudinskiy
Stop on track
Sayantun
Unknown route-map component "hKRZWae"
Rio Selenga
Stop on track
Ganzurino
Stop on track
Ubukun
Stop on track
Sulfat
Station on track
Zagustay
Stop on track
Gusinoye Ozero
Stop on track
Selenduma
Stop on track
Dzhida
Stop on track
Khuzhir
Station on track
Naushki
Restricted border on track
Fronteira Rússia-Mongólia
Station on track
Sukhbaatar
Stop on track
Darchan
Unknown route-map component "ABZgl" Unknown route-map component "STR+r"
Straight track End station
Scharyn Gol
Stop on track
Salchit
Unknown route-map component "STR+l" Unknown route-map component "ABZgr"
End station Straight track
Erdenet
Stop on track
Dsüüncharaa
Stop on track
Tolgoit
Unknown route-map component "STR+l" Unknown route-map component "ABZgr"
End station Straight track
Songino
Station on track
Ulan Bator
Stop on track
Chonchor
Unknown route-map component "ABZgl" Unknown route-map component "STR+r"
Straight track End station
Nalaich
Stop on track
Bagachangai
Unknown route-map component "ABZgl" Unknown route-map component "STR+r"
Straight track End station
Baganuur
Stop on track
Manit
Stop on track
Tschoir
Unknown route-map component "eHST"
Char Airag
Unknown route-map component "ABZgl" Unknown route-map component "STR+r"
Straight track End station
Bor Öndör
Stop on track
Sainschand
Unknown route-map component "STR+l" Unknown route-map component "ABZgr"
End station Straight track
Dsüünbajan
Station on track
Zamyn-Üüd
Restricted border on track
Fronteira Mongólia-China
Station on track
Eren Hot(Mudança de bogies)
Stop on track
Sonid Youqi
Stop on track
Qahar Youyi Houqi
Station on track
Jining
Straight track
a Pequim

A Ferrovia Trans-Mongoliana conecta Ulan-Ude, na ferrovia Trans-Baikal (Transiberiana) na Rússia, com a cidade chinesa de Jining, por meio de Ulan Bator, na Mongólia.

Outras paradas importantes são Sükhbaatar, Darkhan, Choyr e Zamyn-Üüd/Erenhot (controle de alfândega e estação de mudança de bitola). A linha foi construída entre 1949 e 1961. Na maior parte da Mongólia, é uma faixa única, e na China via dupla. A bitola é 1520 milímetros (4 pés 11 5 / 6 in) na Rússia e Mongólia e 1.435 milímetros (4 pés 8 1 / 2 in) na China. Há ramos importantes que levam a Erdenet e Baganuur.

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Referências

  • Thomas, Bryn (2001). Trans-Siberian Handbook. [S.l.]: Trailblazer. ISBN 1-873756-42-9