Chongqing-Taiyuan High-speed Railway Put into Operation

December 29, 2017  Editor: Candy Liao
Chongqing-Taiyuan High-speed Railway Put into Operation
A steward arranges luggage for passengers on a bullet train running from Chongqing North Station in southwest China's Chongqing to Taiyuan South Station in north China's Shanxi Province, Dec. 28, 2017. The 1,312-kilometer-long high-speed railway linking Chongqing and Taiyuan was officially put into operation on Thursday. Travel time between the two cities would be 9.5 hours. [Xinhua/Wang Quanchao]
Chongqing-Taiyuan High-speed Railway Put into Operation
Passengers take a bullet train running from Chongqing North Station in southwest China's Chongqing to Taiyuan South Station in north China's Shanxi Province, Dec. 28, 2017. The 1,312-kilometer-long high-speed railway linking Chongqing and Taiyuan was officially put into operation on Thursday. Travel time between the two cities would be 9.5 hours.  [Xinhua/Wang Quanchao]
Chongqing-Taiyuan High-speed Railway Put into Operation
Passengers pose for pictures before boarding a bullet train from Chongqing North Station in southwest China's Chongqing to Taiyuan South Station in north China's Shanxi Province in Chongqing North Station, Dec. 28, 2017. The 1,312-kilometer-long high-speed railway linking Chongqing and Taiyuan was officially put into operation on Thursday. Travel time between the two cities would be 9.5 hours. [Xinhua/Wang Quanchao]

 

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