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S. Korea unveils first domestically-developed urban maglev train

Source:Xinhua Published: 2014-5-16 13:38:16

 Control console of the unpiloted urban maglev train is seen in Incheon, South Korea, May 14, 2014. South Korea on Wednesday unveiled its first ever domestically-developed urban maglev train and planned to start the passenger service in mid-July. The urban maglev train, with a maximum speed of 111 kilometers per hour, runs from Incheon international airport to Yongyu at a route length of 6.1 kilometers. (Xinhua/Peng Qian)


 

South Korea's first urban maglev train is seen in Incheon, South Korea, May 14, 2014. South Korea on Wednesday unveiled its first ever domestically-developed urban maglev train and planned to start the passenger service in mid-July. The urban maglev train, with a maximum speed of 111 kilometers per hour, runs from Incheon international airport to Yongyu at a route length of 6.1 kilometers. (Xinhua/Peng Qian)


 

The unpiloted urban maglev train is about to pull in the station in Incheon, South Korea, May 14, 2014. South Korea on Wednesday unveiled its first ever domestically-developed urban maglev train and planned to start the passenger service in mid-July. The urban maglev train, with a maximum speed of 111 kilometers per hour, runs from Incheon international airport to Yongyu at a route length of 6.1 kilometers. (Xinhua/Peng Qian)


 

A member of the design team of the urban maglev train speaks to the media in Incheon, South Korea, May 14, 2014. South Korea on Wednesday unveiled its first ever domestically-developed urban maglev train and planned to start the passenger service in mid-July. The urban maglev train, with a maximum speed of 111 kilometers per hour, runs from Incheon international airport to Yongyu at a route length of 6.1 kilometers. (Xinhua/Peng Qian)


 

South Korea's first urban maglev train is seen in Incheon, South Korea, May 14, 2014. South Korea on Wednesday unveiled its first ever domestically-developed urban maglev train and planned to start the passenger service in mid-July. The urban maglev train, with a maximum speed of 111 kilometers per hour, runs from Incheon international airport to Yongyu at a route length of 6.1 kilometers. (Xinhua/Peng Qian)


 
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