A report on East Rail line

A Hyundai Rotem R-train EMU at Fanling station
A Hyundai Rotem R-train EMU at Fanling station
A Metro Cammell MLR EMU
SP1900 EMU at Fo Tan station
Sheung Shui station platform
Tai Po Market station concourse
Sha Tin station platform
Now-defunct platform of Hung Hom station, which served as the southern terminus before the extension to Admiralty
First Class area in Hyundai Rotem EMU on the East Rail line

One of ten lines of the Mass Transit Railway system in Hong Kong.

- East Rail line
A Hyundai Rotem R-train EMU at Fanling station

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Exhibition Centre station (MTR)

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The bomb casing on display at Platform 1

Exhibition Centre is an MTR station on the East Rail line.

Sheung Shui station

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Former Sheung Shui station concourse, before refurbishment of Lok Ma Chau extension project
The extension of platform 2 with former KCR livery
Exit A3

Sheung Shui (pronounced:, literally "Above-water") is the penultimate northbound station on the East Rail line in Hong Kong.

Lok Ma Chau station

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Lok Ma Chau is the northwestern terminus in Lok Ma Chau on the Lok Ma Chau Spur Line, a branch line of the East Rail line of Hong Kong's MTR network, which was built to alleviate the immigration checkpoint between Hong Kong and mainland China's Shenzhen at Lo Wu station.

Kowloon Tong station

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Kowloon Tong is a station on MTR's Kwun Tong line and East Rail line in New Kowloon, Hong Kong.

A KTT train provided by Hong Kong's MTR Corporation

Guangzhou–Kowloon through train

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Inter-city railway service between Hong Kong and Guangzhou jointly operated by the MTR Corporation of Hong Kong and the Guangzhou Railway Group of mainland China.

Inter-city railway service between Hong Kong and Guangzhou jointly operated by the MTR Corporation of Hong Kong and the Guangzhou Railway Group of mainland China.

A KTT train provided by Hong Kong's MTR Corporation
A KTT train provided by Hong Kong's MTR Corporation
A China Railways DF11 locomotive hauling 25Z train cabs provided by the China Railway Corporation passing through University station in Hong Kong
Steam locomotive W.G. Bagnall 0-4-4T, used in former Sha Tau Kok Branch Line.
Map of Kowloon–Canton Railway service in 1911

Services operate along the East Rail line within Hong Kong territory, crossing the Hong Kong–Chinese border at Lo Wu, and continuing along the Guangmao Railway and Guangshen Railway in Guangdong province.

Tai Wai station

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Tai Wai station Concourse in November 2007
Tai Wai station interchange passageway in April 2014

Tai Wai station is an interchange station on the East Rail line and the Tuen Ma line of the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) system in Hong Kong.

A refurbished MLR train at station

MTR Metro Cammell EMU (AC)

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A refurbished MLR train at station
A Metro Cammell EMU train in original form, taken in August 1993.
MLR-Train E67-E114 seen departing from Tai Wai Station on the final day of its regular revenue-earning service on 31 March 2022 before being allocated to the reserve fleet.
Refurbished Metro Cammell EMU in August 2008
MTR Metro Cammell EMU at Lo Wu
First class seating in a MTR Metro Cammell EMU
LED screen at top of window
Refurbishment plaque
KCR Metro Cammell EMU at Tai Wai
Unrefurbished E44 unit (144-244-444) stored at Ho Tung Lau Depot
MTR Metro Cammell EMU (AC) seen next to its replacement, the Hyundai Rotem R-Train, at University Station in December 2021
MTR Metro Cammell EMU (AC) exiting the Beacon Hill Tunnel and arriving at Kowloon Tong Station
The last MLR train prepares to depart Sha Tin station for the final time
Southbound MLR-Train (right) and northbound R-Train (left) at Kowloon Tong
alt=|Two of the final five sets of MLR-Trains passing by each other south of University Station while serving special runs to Mongkok East during the evening peak hours in its second last week of service.
alt=|MLR-Train arriving at Hung Hom Terminus during its last week of service.
alt=|E112-71 arriving at Hung Hom platform 1 for its last run to Shatin at 1300 on 6 May 2022

The East Rail line Metro Cammell EMU (also known as Mid-Life Refurbishment Train or MLR Train) was a model of electric multiple unit built in 1980-1990 by Metro-Cammell for the original Kowloon–Canton Railway (now the East Rail line) in Hong Kong.

East Tsim Sha Tsui station

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Station of the Mass Transit Railway system of Hong Kong.

Station of the Mass Transit Railway system of Hong Kong.

Concourse in May 2013
Exit J in July 2010
Exit L3 in December 2009
Exit L5 in February 2010
Exit P1 in December 2006 (before the MTR–KCR merger)
Exit J in August 2020
Exit L5 in February 2021
Exit P1 in June 2010

East Tsim Sha Tsui was opened on 24 October 2004 as a southward extension of the KCR East Rail from, symbolising the return of the railway to the Tsim Sha Tsui area after 30 years.

University station (MTR)

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September 24, 1956

September 24, 1956

University station platform

It is between Tai Po Market and Fo Tan/Racecourse stations on the East Rail line.

Mong Kok East station

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Mong Kok East station – formerly Mong Kok railway station and Yaumati – is a station on Hong Kong's East Rail line.