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Farrell unveils another huge Chinese station

Terry Farrell has revealed images of his New Guangzhou Station proposals for southern China.

The station will become the third major transport hub in the capital of the Guangdong Province and, at nearly 400,000m2, will be four times bigger than the city’s existing main train station.

Once completed, the 15-platform rail interchange is expected to handle around 78 million passengers annually with capacity for up to 112 million people a year.

Farrells has completed a number of major stations across Asia, including those in Beijing and Kowloon.

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