China Claims Worlds Longest High-s
Thursday, 27 December 2012
Over the past decade, China has been pushing their railway technology to the limit. In fact, China has claimed the world’s fastest rail system in the world, through the Maglev, or rather magnetic levitation trains. Well, it looks like China won’t be stopping anytime soon over their railway dominance, and just recently, China has yet again claimed another world title, and this time, it’s none other than the world’s longest high-speed rail line.

Generally, the respective high-speed rail line spans from Beijing in the north, down to Guangzhou in the south, with a length of 1,428 miles. The entire high-speed rail ride would take 8-hour, and it also has a max speed of 186MPH too. Although the high-speed train is generally slower than flight, still, it’s cheaper than flying and less stressful too, as it doesn’t has the standard airport check-in and boarding process.

China Claims Worlds Longest High-speed Rail Line

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