Mudan Station was called "Wu Dankeng Outpost" in the early days. The original station was located near the old Sanchakou. It was set up in 1922 and moved to its current location in 1924. Mudan Slope: Mudan Station has a slope on the way to Shuangxi Station. The early trains had to be attached with auxiliary equipment to climb forward. In order to reduce the slope of the track, the length is exchanged for slope, resulting in a 120-degree curve in Mudan Station. Resulting in strange scenarios where the front and rear of the train facing each other. There are many railway fans that squat outside waiting for the train to enter the station, since not only you can take pictures of the train slowly went through while its body making a big turn, but with pictures of the carriage and the train be seen side by side. A certain famous Japanese brand "T" car advertisement was also shot here!
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The “Nanya Rocks” have a very special stratum structure. Weathered by the northeastern monsoon and gigantic sea waves over the years, they became unique landscapes on “Provincial Highway 2”. In particular, their color-painting-like patterns make them a local landmark. As most rocks in the area are shale and the hardness of each stratum varies, the degree and speed of weathering differ, thus forming their unique appearances featuring bumps and hollows at different levels.