Harbin-Jiamusi railway commences operations
Updated : 2018-10-10
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
A train pictured on the Harbin-Jiamusi express railway during the National Day holiday. The express railway started official operations on Sept 30. The 340-kilometer line links Harbin, the provincial capital of Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, with Jiamusi, also in Heilongjiang. The line, which has 14 stations, starts in Harbin, passes through Binxi, Fangzheng, Demoli, and Yilan, before finally arriving in Jiamusi, the easternmost city in China. [Photo/Xinhua]
A train speeds across a bridge above fields along the Harbin-Jiamusi express railway. Built in a region where the temperature can be as low as minus 40 Celsius in winter, it is designed to allow trains to run at 200 kilometers per hour in severe weather conditions such as heavy rain, wind, snow and fog, cutting travel times to 123 minutes from around 344 minutes. [Photo/people.cn]
Passengers board the Harbin-Jiamusi high-speed train at Jiamusi Railway Station on Sept 30. There are 13 trains departing from Harbin to Jiamusi every day. The new Harbin-Jiamusi Rail Line will bring train travel to an area where 80 percent of the local population did not have access to a local rail service. [Photo/Xinhua]
Passengers on the Harbin-Jiamusi high-speed train wave for a photograph. [Photo/Xinhua]
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