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Wudaokou's Qing Dynasty Train Station Will Be Saved From Demolition | the Beijinger

Wudaokou's Qing Dynasty Train Station Will Be Saved From Demolition | the Beijinger: A Beijing train station that once belonged to China's earliest engineering feats of the modern era has been saved from the wrecking ball, making it one of the few survivors of an ongoing citywide urban rejuvenation campaign that has demolished hundreds of buildings.Local authorities have decided to preserve the century-old Qinghuayuan Railway Station as a local museum and community center as part of a future park named Wenchuan Gardens, reported Beijing Daily.


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