Zhongshan Street is named after Zhongshan Road and carries the thousand-year-old historical and cultural Zhongshan Street is named after Zhongshan Road and carries the thousand-year-old historical and cultural heritage of Songjiang.
Strolling along Zhongshan Street, let's feel the juxtaposition of the "Old City" and the "New City." The first floor of "Yunjian" was originally the Huating County Yamen building, later the Qiao Building of Songjiang Prefecture in the Yuan, Ming, and Qing Dynasties, and now it serves as the entrance to Shanghai Songjiang No. 2 Middle School.
The Yunjian Granary was originally a grain warehouse and factory built from the 1950s to the 1990s, witnessing the development and transformation of Songjiang's grain industry from the Nanmen Grain Depot to Songjiang Rice Factory, Songjiang Flour Factory, and Songjiang County Cooperative Feed Factory.
It preserves special historical and cultural memories. Wazi Lane, also known as "Beinei Road," was formerly known as "Zhongtingqiao Alley" and "Tingqiao Alley." It is located on the east side of Tongbotang in Zhongshan Street, stretching from Zhongshan East Road to Ledu Road, with a length of about 700 meters and a width of about 10 meters. It used to be the main road leading north from Songjiang Town, carrying the memories of the older generation of Songjiang people.
Source: Songjiang Shanghai