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But in all other cases, long-distance train tickets often sell out days before departure.
Train tickets are best booked at least 3-4 days in advance, preferably more, apart from peak holiday periods when they should be booked as soon as reservations open or secured through a train ticketing agency who knows the ropes, as trains get very fully-booked weeks ahead.
So arrive in plenty of time, at least 40 minutes before your train leaves, assuming you have already collected your ticket. Whether you arrive by subway or taxi, you end up on the station forecourt seen in the photo below left. Immediately after the ticket check, there's a luggage X-ray check as you enter the building itself. You can then check the departure display to see which waiting room to go to for your train.
You then enter the station through any of the 30-odd red-canopied ticket-check kiosks seen in the photo below right in front of the main entrance. Boarding usually starts around 20-30 minutes before departure. Beijing West (= Beijing Xi) is 7 km (4.5 miles) west of Tiananmen Square.
Most trains will be shown as 'on time' with the most immediate departures shown as 'waiting', which means you can enter that train's specific waiting room.
Once a train is ready for boarding, usually about 30 minutes before departure, it's shown as 'check in', meaning you can proceed through to the platform.
So book as many days ahead as you can or pre-arrange tickets online as explained below.
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Collecting your tickets at Beijing railway station ticket office...
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