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Old December 26th, 2015, 02:24 AM   #1921
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None of the conventional trains run at 160 km/h do they? Otherwise I guess that would qualify for a CRH logo I think.
There's a lot of fancy upgrade work on conventional lines, eg. a couple I've travelled on Kunming-Guangtong and Xining-Geermu. AFAIK the design speed for the lines is 160km/hr but look along the bottom edge of the coach next time you board: Maximum speed 120km/hr.
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Old December 26th, 2015, 10:10 AM   #1922
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Are DMU-s classified as CRH, or not?
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Old February 23rd, 2016, 02:22 PM   #1923
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CRH5J——Complex dedecter train

photoed by @今天qiqi090627工作了么

He started with a CRH2C , in JinShanWei Sta.


CRH5J is also named "no.0 high speed complex detector train"(I metaphrase from 0号高速综合检测列车 , It would there are better version I think......)


She was a 250km/h-level detector train which designed by CRRC ChangChun Railway Vehicles Co., Ltd. based on CRH5


Standing with other trians.


The 8-car train is constitute of cars with these functions :
Car no.1 , signal detection ;
Car no.2 , meeting room ;
Car no.3 , catenary detection ;
Car no.4 , database analyzing ;
Car no.5 , track detection ;
Car no.6 , living space ;
Car no.7 , office ;
Car no.8 signal detection.


The most obviously feature which different form the other train of the detector train is the yellow painting , same as doctor yellow in Japan






End with a public transport IC card with anime
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Old February 23rd, 2016, 10:19 PM   #1924
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Is this the Shanghai Metro line 22?
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Old February 24th, 2016, 05:11 AM   #1925
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Is this the Shanghai Metro line 22?
It is a commuter-operated rail in Shanghai (you can use IC card and don't have to buy ticket in advance as well as board trains match to the ticket ) , and it is usually numbered as line 22 in unofficial subway map of Shanghai . Officially it is not the line 22 .
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Old February 24th, 2016, 11:06 PM   #1926
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Well "高速综合检测列车" will probably be better translated as "High-Speed Comprehensive Inspection/Test Train" or "High-Speed Integrated Inspection/Test Train".
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Old February 24th, 2016, 11:12 PM   #1927
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What character is that in that last picture?
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Old May 16th, 2016, 05:59 PM   #1928
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China first Hybrid train

Photoed by @有图为郑

These two 3-car trains are made by Changchun Railway Vehicles

They are numbered "0505" and "0506" .


“0505” for powered by catenary and batteries . "0506" for powered by catenary and diesel fuel .




It looks similar with CJ01 . Just in different color .


The two trains are linked together .


The left one for exporting to the Europe . And the "0505" and "0506" on the middle . Another commuter type train is on the right .


Some rail fans are gathering . It is so nice that the governor of the depot let people to take photos in the safe way .


Look forward to their commercial operation
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Old May 17th, 2016, 01:04 PM   #1929
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Photoed by @有图为郑

“0505” for powered by catenary and batteries . "0506" for powered by catenary and diesel fuel .
What is the speed of 0506?
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Old May 26th, 2016, 10:07 AM   #1930
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Some high quality photos of the 2 new trainsets. The Weibo user said these 2 trains will drop the "Harmony One" moniker and be given a new title.







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Old May 26th, 2016, 10:21 AM   #1931
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Qingdao Sifang's CRH2G. Designed and manufactured for the Lanzhou - Urumqi route. Its speciality is to withstand extreme hot and cold temperature swings, and intense blasts from sandstorms.















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Old May 26th, 2016, 03:56 PM   #1932
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So, if it's a CRH2G, I would assume it was developed from the CRH2?
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Old May 26th, 2016, 10:26 PM   #1933
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Qingdao Sifang's CRH2G. Designed and manufactured for the Lanzhou - Urumqi route. Its speciality is to withstand extreme hot and cold temperature swings, and intense blasts from sandstorms.
What's the regular max speed in service?
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Old May 27th, 2016, 03:32 AM   #1934
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The CRH2G train can run up to 250kph. It can can run in temperatures as low as -40ºC.

The train is also designed to resist sand and run in places with altitudes as high as 3,600m.
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Old August 27th, 2016, 01:00 PM   #1935
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CRH series

Although from 1998 to 2012 he circulated a foreign HST, the XinShisu (X2 Swedish exX2000 Asea/ABB), and since 2000 do 8 DJJ1 Blue Arrow Chinese, both push-pull 200 km/h, although the first HSL entered service between Shenyang and Qinhuangdao 12/10/2003 (405 km to 250 km/h), the real high-speed began -directly at 350 km/h- in China in 2008.

XinShisu


DJJ1


Since the first order of HST, the 10/10/2004, China Rail Investment Corporation (CRIC) has order at least 2,206 trains: 1,267 for 300/380 km/h and 939 to 200/250 km/h; at least 310 of these trains have 16 cars (240 and 70).
In just eight years, since 2008, China Railway High-speed (CRH) has into service more than 2,000 trains. Adding the Chinese Wikipedia entries each series, are 2,063 HST, and will not be far off, because by my count there were 1,128 trains in October 2014, 1,556 the 04/01/2015, the 05/04/2015 1,562 (official number ) and 1,800 in December 2015 according to China Today. In Japan, which has the same capacity trains (up to 1,323 seats), there are 436 HST; while in France, with much smaller trains, there are 459 being, in both cases, the maximum commercial speed of 320 km/h.
To summarize a little, in this series differentiate box for its aesthetics. In some of them (almost all CRH380) there are versions for cold weather and high altitude (G) and for sand desert and hot climate (H) but, for example, in the series CRH5 together versions A (the original, 140 trains) and G, while in another row distinguish the E because it has a different outward appearance and twice cars.
There are more trains in service than orders because I do not find what makers corresponds the last award of 351 HST.


Generations:
The first generation high-speed train consisted of 40 trains CRH1 series, and 60 of each of the CRH2, CRH3 and CRH5 series; the first three trains of the latter were manufactured in their home countries, respectively: Japan, Germany and Italy. The CRH1 is a version of Regina, Bombardier, and was manufactured at Bombardier Sifang Transportation (BST), the joint plant with state-owned Sifang. The CRH2 is a version of E2 Kawasaki and was manufactured in another part of the same plant China South Rail Car (CSR) Sifang in Qingdao. The CRH3 is the Velaro version for China, from Siemens, and was built by the state-owned China North Rail Car (CNR) in Tangshan. Finally, the CRH5 is not pendular version of the New Pendolino, Alstom, and was manufactured in CNR Changchun.

CRH1A y B


CRH2A y B


CRH3C


CRH5A y G



The second generation is composed of series derived from the first without participation of foreign manufacturers, and assumed new orders in versions of 16 cars with seating (CRH1B and CRH2B) or with soft beds (CRH1E and CRH2E). CRH2 an evolution of Kawasaki was also performed in versions for 300 and 350 km/h (CRH2C1 and CRH2C2), with disputes over ownership of the technology used, which also occurred in a lesser extent in the evolution of the series CRH3 and CRH5; it was not so in the case of Bombardier, with CRH1E (soft beds version from Zefiro 250) and 250NG CRH1A (Zefiro 250NG), having a joint venture in China.

CRH1E


CRH2C y E



The third generation consists of preparations for the projected HSL with a maximum speed of 380 km/h, speed is not reached commercial operation so far by the policy change speed trains and prices. The dismissal for corruption in February 2011 of the Minister of Railways (MOR) Liu Zhijun brought about a change in that policy, and the maximum commercial speed was reduced to 309 km/h. The accident at the Ningbo-Wenzhou line (whose speed had been reduced to 200 km/h on July 1, 2011), produced on 23 July 2011 but did not underpin this policy. On October 12, 2015 was announced the increased the maximum commercial speed to 350 km/h, beginning on the Beijing-Shanghai PDL in 2016.
The CRH380A (and the AL, in this generation means 16 cars L) is an evolution of the CRH2C property its technology in dispute between Kawasaki and China. The CRH380B is an evolution of CRH3C with a Siemens share of only 18% and is the only case of a series made of two different factories: at least 130 trains in CNR Tangshan and the rest in CNR Changchun. The CRH380C is an evolution of CRH380B but with Hitachi replaces Siemens traction equipment. The CRH380D is the version for China Bombardier Zefiro 380.

CRH380A y AL


CRH380B y BL


CRH380CL


CRH380D



Which could be called fourth generation is composed of specialized series in cold (G) or hot (H) climates, or commuter (CJ) and are, at least outwardly, very different from the first; to guess which models are inspired no more than look each manufacturer. All trains for 200/250 km/h and includes new CRH2A E and G, CRH2H, the CRH5E and for shorter trips (CJ): CRH6A, CRH3A and CRH3G. There is also a new version for the CRH380A, which I find more references to the image.

CRH380A NG


CRH6A


CRH3A


CRH1A 250 NG


CRH2A y E NG y G


CRH2H


CRH5E


CRH3G



To standardize the new Chinese high-speed trains, the Chinese Railways Corporation (CRC) launched in 2012 the project to create the Standard Chinese high speed train. In December 2013 the Chinese Academy of Railway Sciences (CARS) determined its technical specifications and in September 2014 closed the final design of the trains and the process of manufacturing two prototypes (the Golden Phoenix and Blue Dolphin) started, one in each of the main construction station: China South Locomotive & Rolling Stock (CSR) and China North Rolling Stock (CNR). Meanwhile both companies merged on June 1, 2015 to form China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC), the first industrial group in the world, ahead of General Electric, and undisputed leader of a market, railway rolling stock, that and they dominated his two predecessors.
Although the maximum commercial speed is 350 km/h, the 07/15/2016, during testing two prototypes (CRH0208 and CRH0503) they crossed over a viaduct at 420 km/h each they.

Prototypes lead two series that, despite its great aesthetic differences, they share the same characteristics: maximum speed of 350 km/h, four engines and four trailers in 209 meter long, 3,360 mm wide and 4,060 high, a maximum weight 17 tons per axle and 556 seats: 10 in club class, 28 in first class and 518 in second class. Qingdao Sifang series (CRH350A) entered service on August 15, 2016.
According to CRRC all technology is Chinese and not have problems for export.

CRH350A




CRH350B



Prototypes CRH350 0208 and 0503



Much more updated information (eg: the number of passengers and detail of the HSL in service and future) and its sources in the Wikipedia[/URL] (in Spanish).
Anything that is not understood or what is wrong: do not hesitate to comment.
Forgive my bad English.
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Old August 27th, 2016, 05:24 PM   #1936
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Thanks so much for that explanation! I love the variety of Chinese' high speed trains.
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Old August 28th, 2016, 05:50 AM   #1937
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It's been a while since there was a good update. Thanks for this.
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Old August 29th, 2016, 12:20 PM   #1938
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Thank you very much! but it is huge!

Here is a new train: the CRH1E NG (soft beds):


And a CRH2G but not has three side windows as the rest:


CRH2H


It will be for changing the structure of the numbering?

And a couple of questions.

Someone knows how many CRH5G and H are there?
I guess the H are in Urumqi and G in Harbin, yes?

Someone knows how many CRH2G and H are there?
Where?

Thanks in advance.
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Old August 30th, 2016, 10:32 AM   #1939
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Continuing the theme of trains CRH2G and H, I found that those who go to Urumqi can be both G and H according to the news. Can it be that circulate the H in summer and the G in winter?. And the same goes for CRH5G and H, the two series are railway stations listed.

But also we have the CRH2G have three small windows on the side of the cabin:


But I showed a picture of a CRH2G 2417 without small windows:


And now I find an image (apparently) the same train but tuition CRH2H 2417:


Amazing

Anyway, what I would like to know are the last orders from 2014-09-24 and especially of the last of 351 trains.

Thanks in advance.
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Old August 30th, 2016, 11:54 AM   #1940
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from 1998 to 2012 he circulated a foreign HST, the XinShisu (X2 Swedish exX2000 Asea/ABB),
XinShisu

Forgive my bad English.
1. Your English is pretty good.
2. That train set was sold back to Sweden (to the state-owned SJ train company) in 2012 and I from what I remember reading at the time and from what staff on one of those trains told me last summer that train is now in service in Sweden. Re-painted and with the interior changed to match the other ones. iirc it is possible to tell them apart on the inside, but I don't remember how. Sadly, it was not that specific train set I was travelling on last summer
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