Railway connecting Chongqing and Guiyang to open

2018-01-23 13:04:01
Summary:A driver works on board a bullet train for test operation on Chongqing-Guiyang railway, Jan. 18, 2018. A railway connecting Chongqing and Guiyang, two major cities in southwest China, will open Jan. 25.
A driver works on board a bullet train for test operation on Chongqing-Guiyang railway, Jan. 18, 2018. A railway connecting Chongqing and Guiyang, two major cities in southwest China, will open Jan. 25. With a total length of 347 kilometers, the railway will have 12 stops. Designed for passenger trains running at a speed of 200 km per hour, the railway will improve traffic between China's southwest and the rest of the country. (Xinhua/Wu Jibin)
Ticket seller Yang Yan shows the ticket for a bullet train from Guiyang to Chongqing at Kaili Railway Station in Kaili City, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Jan. 19, 2018. A railway connecting Chongqing and Guiyang, two major cities in southwest China, will open Jan. 25. With a total length of 347 kilometers, the railway will have 12 stops. Designed for passenger trains running at a speed of 200 km per hour, the railway will improve traffic between China's southwest and the rest of the country. (Xinhua/Wu Jibin)
Workers check a bullet train at Guiyangbei Railway Station in Guiyang, capital of southwest China's Guizhou Province, Jan. 18, 2018. A railway connecting Chongqing and Guiyang, two major cities in southwest China, will open Jan. 25. With a total length of 347 kilometers, the railway will have 12 stops. Designed for passenger trains running at a speed of 200 km per hour, the railway will improve traffic between China's southwest and the rest of the country. (Xinhua/Wu Jibin)
A bullet train for test operation stops at Zunyinan Railway Station in Zunyi City, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Jan. 18, 2018. A railway connecting Chongqing and Guiyang, two major cities in southwest China, will open Jan. 25. With a total length of 347 kilometers, the railway will have 12 stops. Designed for passenger trains running at a speed of 200 km per hour, the railway will improve traffic between China's southwest and the rest of the country. (Xinhua/Wu Jibin)

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