Fuyu Nenjiang Railway
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Fuyu-Nenjiang Railway or Funen Railway, is a single-track railroad in northeastern China between Fuyu and Nenjiang in Heilongjiang Province. The line is 179.6 km long and was built between 1930 and 1937 and rebuilt in 1946. Major towns along route include Fuyu, Nehe, and Nenjiang.In the south, the Funen Railway begins in Fuyu as a fork off of the Qiqihar-Bei'an Railway. It proceeds northeast along the Nen River valley to Nehe and then to Nenjiang, where the Nenjiang-Greater Khingan Forest Railway heads northwest to Inner Mongolia and the Nenjiang-Heibaoshan Railway branches northeast to Heibaoshan.