China to open Beijing-Guangzhou high-speed rail route
Xinhua | 2012-11-26 11:59:13
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Trains wait to leave for Beijing at Zhengzhou East Railway Station in Zhengzhou City, capital of central China's Henan Province, November 25, 2012. The high-speed rail route from Beijing to the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou will open next month, cutting the 2,200-km journey time by 14 hours, according to the Ministry of Railways. A trial operation along the Beijing-Zhengzhou section, the last part of the route, began on Sunday morning. Photo: Xinhua
Trains wait to leave for Beijing at Zhengzhou East Railway Station in Zhengzhou City, capital of central China's Henan Province, November 25, 2012. The high-speed rail route from Beijing to the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou will open next month, cutting the 2,200-km journey time by 14 hours, according to the Ministry of Railways. A trial operation along the Beijing-Zhengzhou section, the last part of the route, began on Sunday morning. Photo: Xinhua
 
A train runs through the Yellow River Rail-Road Bridge in Zhengzhou City, capital of central China's Henan Province, November 25, 2012. The high-speed rail route from Beijing to the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou will open next month, cutting the 2,200-km journey time by 14 hours, according to the Ministry of Railways. A trial operation along the Beijing-Zhengzhou section, the last part of the route, began on Sunday morning. Photo: Xinhua
A train runs through the Yellow River Rail-Road Bridge in Zhengzhou City, capital of central China's Henan Province, November 25, 2012. The high-speed rail route from Beijing to the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou will open next month, cutting the 2,200-km journey time by 14 hours, according to the Ministry of Railways. A trial operation along the Beijing-Zhengzhou section, the last part of the route, began on Sunday morning. Photo: Xinhua
 
A train runs through the Yellow River Rail-Road Bridge in Zhengzhou City, capital of central China's Henan Province, November 25, 2012. The high-speed rail route from Beijing to the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou will open next month, cutting the 2,200-km journey time by 14 hours, according to the Ministry of Railways. A trial operation along the Beijing-Zhengzhou section, the last part of the route, began on Sunday morning. Photo: Xinhua
A train runs through the Yellow River Rail-Road Bridge in Zhengzhou City, capital of central China's Henan Province, November 25, 2012. The high-speed rail route from Beijing to the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou will open next month, cutting the 2,200-km journey time by 14 hours, according to the Ministry of Railways. A trial operation along the Beijing-Zhengzhou section, the last part of the route, began on Sunday morning. Photo: Xinhua






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