East Rail Line - Stations

Stations

All the station platforms on East Rail Line, are on/above ground and open air. Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau are part of closed areas and cannot be entered by anyone without a permit or a passport and visa to Mainland China. In May, 2008, MTR announced plans to renew these stations, most of which have been in service for over half a century. Refurbishment is not expected to be fully completed until 2016 at the earliest. The stations providing local commuter service on this line are listed blow:

Livery and Name District Connections Opened
East Rail Line
Hung Hom
formerly Kowloon
Yau Tsim Mong/
Kowloon City
█ West Rail Line
Intercity services outside of Hong Kong.
November 30, 1974
Mong Kok East
formerly Yau Ma Tei,
Mong Kok
Nil 1 opened 1910,
relocated 1968
Kowloon Tong Sham Shui Po/
Kowloon City
█ Kwun Tong Line May 4, 1982
Tai Wai Sha Tin █ Ma On Shan Line August 15, 1983
Sha Tin October 1, 1910
Fo Tan2 February 15, 1985
Racecourse2 October 1, 1983
University
formerly Ma Liu Shui
September 24, 1956
- Science Park*
Tai Po
Tai Po Market opened 1910,
relocated 1983
Tai Wo May 9, 1989
Fanling North October 1, 1910
Sheung Shui 1930
Lo Wu Luohu Station for █ Luobao Line of the Shenzhen Metro
(through border check)
October 14, 1949
- Kwu Tung^3
- Chau Tau^3 Northern Link
Yuen Long
Lok Ma Chau3 Futian Checkpoint Station for █ Longhua Line of the Shenzhen Metro
(through border check)
August 15, 2007
Notes

* Proposed
# Under construction
^ Planning in progress

1 Mong Kok East Station and Mong Kok Station (█ Tsuen Wan Line and █ Kwun Tong Line), are not interconnected stations. There is pedestrian transfer by a footbridge, the journey time is approx. 10–15 minutes on foot.
2 Fo Tan and Racecourse are parallel stations. Racecourse Station is only open when horseracing or a special event is held at Sha Tin Racecourse.
3 Kwu Tung, Chau Tau and Lok Ma Chau are stations on the Lok Ma Chau Spur Line, a branch from Sheung Shui Station of the East Rail Line, with solely the latter constructed.

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