Admiralty (MTR)

Admiralty (station de métro)

Station Admiralty
Le concorse d'échange est assez au loin pour une quantité énorme de passagers pour changer de trains en même temps.

Admiralty (chinois traditionnel : 金鐘, Jyutping : gam1 zung1, pinyin : Jīnzhōng) est une station située à Central et proche d'Admiralty voisin de l'île de Hong Kong. Les murs de la station sont bleus. La station connecte la et la Ligne de l'île (Island Line).

Passagers montant dans le train.

La station est nomé d'après HMS Tamar, maintenant connu sous le nom de Site Tamar, les quartiers généraux de la Royal Navy à Hong Kong, bien qu'en fait, elle n'ait jamais été proche de l'Admiralty.

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Stations du MTR de Hong Kong
Yau Ma Tei | Mong Kok | Prince Edward | Shek Kip Mei | Kowloon Tong | Lok Fu | Wong Tai Sin | Diamond Hill | Choi Hung | Kowloon Bay | Ngau Tau Kok | Kwun Tong | Lam Tin | Yau Tong | Tiu Keng Leng
Central | Admiralty | Tsim Sha Tsui | Jordan | Yau Ma Tei | Mong Kok | Prince Edward | Sham Shui Po | Cheung Sha Wan | Lai Chi Kok | Mei Foo | Lai King | Kwai Fong | Kwai Hing | Tai Wo Hau | Tsuen Wan
Ligne de l'île (Island Line) Sheung Wan | Central | Admiralty | Wan Chai | Causeway Bay | Tin Hau | Fortress Hill | North Point | Quarry Bay | Tai Koo | Sai Wan Ho | Shau Kei Wan | Heng Fa Chuen | Chai Wan
Tung Chung | Sunny Bay | Tsing Yi | Lai King | Nam Cheong | Olympic | Kowloon | Hong Kong |
AsiaWorld-Expo | Airport | Tsing Yi | Kowloon | Hong Kong
North Point | Quarry Bay | Yau Tong | Tiu Keng Leng | Tseung Kwan O | Hang Hau | Po Lam | LOHAS Park
Ligne Disneyland Resort Sunny Bay | Disneyland Resort
Ligne du Réseau Est East Tsim Sha Tsui | Hung Hom | Mong Kok East | Kowloon Tong | Tai Wai | Sha Tin | Fo Tan | Racecourse | Université | Tai Po Market | Tai Wo | Fanling | Sheung Shui | Lo Wu | Lok Ma Chau
Ligne du Réseau Ouest Hung Hom | East Tsim Sha Tsui | Austin | Nam Cheong | Mei Foo | Tsuen Wan West | Kam Sheung Road | Yuen Long | Long Ping | Tin Shui Wai | Siu Hong | Tuen Mun
Ligne Ma On Shan Tai Wai | Che Kung Temple | Sha Tin Wai | City One | Shek Mun | Tai Shui Hang | Heng On | Ma On Shan | Wu Kai Sha


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