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Old December 7th, 2013, 05:29 PM   #6941
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The travel time from Hangzhou to Shenyang will cut to about 9.5 hours from 28 hours previously by the end of this year.
Shall Hangzhou have any direct trains to Dalian this year?
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Old December 7th, 2013, 05:32 PM   #6942
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But it will look stunningly beautiful on pictures when done...
I think one reason is that Ballastless track in China HSR is quite common,it is clean,beautiful than the Ballast track.
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Old December 7th, 2013, 05:47 PM   #6943
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Shall Hangzhou have any direct trains to Dalian this year?
Not Sure about that.
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Old December 7th, 2013, 05:59 PM   #6944
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Harbin-Dalian HSR in Jilin province,Northeast China.
Lovely picture,
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Old December 8th, 2013, 02:49 PM   #6945
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New HSR routes will open from Shanghai Hongqiao Station on December 28th 2013
  • Shanghai Hongqiao - Harbin, "G" train 1 pair, fastest 12 hours 57 minutes
  • Shanghai Hongqiao - Changchun, "G" train 1 pair, fastest 11 hours 27 minutes
  • Shanghai Hongqiao - Shenyang North 4 pairs, fastest 9 hours 21 minutes
  • Shanghai Hongqiao - Shenzhen North, "D" train 4 pairs, fastest 11 hours 51 minutes



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Old December 8th, 2013, 05:54 PM   #6946
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New HSR routes will open from Shanghai Hongqiao Station on December 28th 2013
Shanghai Hongqiao - Harbin, "G" train 1 pair, fastest 12 hours 57 minutes
Now - 1 pair, K56 taking 1:07:43
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Shanghai Hongqiao - Changchun, "G" train 1 pair, fastest 11 hours 27 minutes
Now - 4 pairs, all K. Fastest K56 to Harbin, 1:04:49 to Changchun. The other 3 are K516 to Changchun, K2084 to Tumen and K76 from Ningbo.
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Shanghai Hongqiao - Shenyang North 4 pairs, fastest 9 hours 21 minutes
Now - 5 pairs, fastest K56 at 1:01:32. The fifth is K188 to Dandong.
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Shanghai Hongqiao - Shenzhen North, "D" train 4 pairs, fastest 11 hours 51 minutes
Now - 3 pairs, namely 2 T trains, faster T211, 18:19, the third a K.
There are now 4 trains Shanghai-Guangzhou, fastest T99, at 15:57.
Shall there be any D trains Shanghai-Guangzhou South via Shenzhen this year?
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Old December 9th, 2013, 02:42 AM   #6947
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Today one can buy tickets for Dec 28th online, but the new trains don't seem to be in the system yet. Fastest trains to northeast are still the Ks.
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Old December 9th, 2013, 09:03 AM   #6948
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New HSR routes will open from Shanghai Hongqiao Station on December 28th 2013
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  • Shanghai Hongqiao - Shenzhen North, "D" train 4 pairs, fastest 11 hours 51 minutes

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Is this really Shenzhen North Station in Shenzhen Longdong District (深圳北站) or Shenzhen Longgang Station (深圳龙岗站)? During the summer, many viaducts between those two stations weren't even build, so I'm a bit puzzled about the current situation.
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Old December 9th, 2013, 10:54 AM   #6949
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New HSR routes will open from Shanghai Hongqiao Station on December 28th 2013
Chinese press is buzzing with the story, New Timetable 28 December includes 30 new or extended EMU trains G & D; 69 adjusted running times for ordinary trains, AFAICT just for the Shanghai bureau. Add in new mobile phone ticket ordering, new rules for Spring Festival bulk buying (including 20% refund fee) and the last days of 2013 could be interesting.

Singled out for special mention is Wuhan-Chongqing HSR -not- opening December 28 and no projected date.

And the Shenzhen station is quoted as 深圳北
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Old December 10th, 2013, 05:25 AM   #6950
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Now - 1 pair, K56 taking 1:07:43
From December 29th there will be a new pair. T72 will depart from Shanghai at 13:52 and arrive in Harbin at 14:15. The total time of the journey will be reduced to 24h23m.
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Old December 10th, 2013, 08:02 AM   #6951
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Pictures from hongdou

1.Guiyang-Guangzhou HSR constructions in duyun,Guizhou province.


2.Guiyang-Guangzhou HSR constructions in Guilin,Guangxi Autonomous Region.
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3.Guiyang-Guangzhou HSR constructions in Hezhou,Guangxi Autonomous Region.
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4.Guiyang-Guangzhou HSR constructions in Huanji,Guangdong province.
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Old December 10th, 2013, 09:33 AM   #6952
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T72 will depart from Shanghai at 13:52 and arrive in Harbin at 14:15.
Would the T-Train use any high-speed tracks?
I would guess old tracks between Shanghai and Tianjin and new tracks from Tianjin to Shenyang and old tracks Shenyang - Harbin.
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Old December 10th, 2013, 12:39 PM   #6953
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the vehicle with very huge load is incredible“
! i wonder how it was even to move that kind of load.
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Old December 10th, 2013, 12:45 PM   #6954
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Would the T-Train use any high-speed tracks?
I would guess old tracks between Shanghai and Tianjin and new tracks from Tianjin to Shenyang and old tracks Shenyang - Harbin.
Then why should it be called T? Overnight D trains do exist.
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Old December 10th, 2013, 01:11 PM   #6955
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this picture is so wired,as far i know, i have not seen this type of girder,girder for 350km HSR weighs 900T,and far more stronger than this, this is half of a girder.
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Old December 10th, 2013, 02:40 PM   #6956
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this picture is so wired,as far i know, i have not seen this type of girder,girder for 350km HSR weighs 900T,and far more stronger than this, this is half of a girder.
It's not wired at all.
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Old December 10th, 2013, 07:41 PM   #6957
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Old December 10th, 2013, 08:05 PM   #6958
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this picture is so wired,as far i know, i have not seen this type of girder,girder for 350km HSR weighs 900T,and far more stronger than this, this is half of a girder.

Yup, it's half a girder, see the tie bar ends on the left side. Look at the camber, maybe a tight curve ahead where the two track beds are laid separate, or a single track turnout.
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Old December 10th, 2013, 08:11 PM   #6959
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Haven't heard from Yunnan-Guangxi HSR for a long time.There's a news here.

After three years' effort ,the total length of 18.2km Shilin tunnel in Yunnan-Guangxi HSR has been successfully run through on December 10th,2013 in Yunnan province,Southwest of China.
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Old December 12th, 2013, 04:38 AM   #6960
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The Three Gorges are no joke either. Yichang-Lichuan is not served by any D trains - one T and the rest K.
What kind of trains can get though the Chongqing-Lichuan "high" speed railway when it opens the next month?
Per today's Chongqing Commerce newspaper Chongqing-Lichuan railway will open on Dec 28th.

CRH2 will serve the new line with max speed 250 kmph.

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