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Q: Where can I get an updated map of Harbin?

Need one showing the new bullet train station in Harbin.

3 years 37 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Harbin

 
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Google or Baidu Maps? crying

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CNVOL carries maps of all trains routes:

 

http://www.cnvol.com

 

Enter departure city (Bj), arrival city (Harbin) and date of departure. Then click 'G381' and 'train route map' and voila:

 

http://www.cnvol.com/train-7/en-1968.htm

Harbin West Railways Station map:

http://mapcarta.com/29633838/

Harbin's map:

http://mapcarta.com/29633838

Bing's map with directions to West Railway Station:

http://www.bing.com/maps/#Y3A9NDUuNzA0NjE0fjEyNi41Nzk3MDAmbHZsPTE3JnN0eT...

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A bookstore in Harbin?

I know what you mean, Harbin West Station. It is on all the maps now.

 

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Thanks, big help! could not get mapcarta to load or bing but the first one worked great.

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