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9 Xiamen-originated trains to continue suspension for three days

  Heavy rain across a swathe of southern China over the last week has killed at least 175 people and left 107 missing, as rivers broke their banks and landslides cut off road and rail links, state media said on Monday.   Salvage staffs steer the mechanical excavators to clear off the mudslide-triggered sludges that block the traffic, as a result of persistent vehement downpour which have cut off road traffic in many townships to the outside, at Shunchang County, Fujian, June 20, 2010.   The Xiamen Railway Station has announced that 9 trains

More trains suspended over weekend as thunderstorm batters Fujian

Passengers queue up at the Xiamen Railway Station to return tickets   Due to the damage from landslides and floods caused by the heavy rains that hit southern China this week, many trains will have to be suspended these two days, according to the Xiamen Railway Station.   Railways in many cities of Fujian province, such as Nanping, Youxi, and Yong’an had been affected by the heavy storms recently.    Here are the suspended trains for the following days:   On June 19th, four trains will be suspended. They are: Xiamen-Longyan (K8712),

Taking a Train in Xiamen and China

  China has one of the biggest and busiest rail networks in the world. The best Chinese trains are very safe, modern and comfortable. Xiamen has two railway stations, which are Xiamen Railway Station next to Walmart Supermarket and Xiamen North Station in Jimei District. Beijing has five railway stations but Beijing's West Railway Station at Lianhuachi is the newest and largest. Each station has lines running to almost all provincial capitals, and to all China's major cities. There are four kinds of seats available: soft berths, hard berths, soft seats, and hard seats. Most

1,600 sqm waiting area to be completed on April 20 at Xiamen train station

The temporary passenger waiting area for the CNY travel peak, which is at the front square of the Xiamen Railway Station, is now being transformed into a 1600-square-meter waiting area to cope with the surging passenger flow for the upcoming CRH bullet trains.   The new waiting area is built with a steel structure, and is larger than the existing waiting hall of the station on the second floor. It is estimated to be completed on April 20, one week before the opening of the Xiamen-Fuzhou Railway.   Besides, the No. 1 Waiting Hall will be used as a designated waiting room for CRH

Latest guide to train travel in Xiamen

 Xiamen Railway Station   Xiamen is connected to the national railway network through Yingtan-Xiamen Railway. Xiamen Railway Station, located at the intersection of Xiahe Road and Hudong Road, is a hub railway station in Eastern China.   Trains depart for most major cities in China including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xi’an, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Chongqing, and Kunming. It's about 33 hours to Beijing, 26 hours to Shanghai, 14 hours to Guangzhou, and 34 hours to Xi’an.   There also have direct trains to most of the main cities in

Latest guide to train travel in Xiamen

 Xiamen Railway Station   Xiamen is connected to the national railway network through Yingtan-Xiamen Railway. Xiamen Railway Station, located at the intersection of Xiahe Road and Hudong Road, is a hub railway station in Eastern China.   Trains depart for most major cities in China including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xi’an, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Chongqing, and Kunming. It's about 33 hours to Beijing, 26 hours to Shanghai, 14 hours to Guangzhou, and 34 hours to Xi’an.   There also have direct trains to most of the main cities in
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