The Shanghai Maglev Train, also known as the Shanghai Transrapid, a high-speed magnetic levitation train that connects Shanghai Pudong Airport with Longyang Road Station. It reaches speeds of up to 430 km/h.
Train conductors stand lined up at the doors of a long-distance train as it waits for passengers in the town of Guiyang, China. Each car of these so-called K-trains has their own two conductors, resulting in a large amount of staff for the fifteen to eighteen cars found on most of these trains.
An employee is seen preparing a high-speed train for an evening departure at Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station.
Trains on the Shanghai to Hangzhou line travel the 202km distance in just over an hour during which they reach daily speeds of around 300km/h.
A high-speed train platform under the massive curved roof of the Beijing South Railway Station (北京南站). The oval-shaped station, which was opened in 2008, is flooded with light. It covers 320,000 square meters, more than the Beijing National Stadium. Its 24 platforms have the capacity to dispatch 30,000 passengers per hour or 241,920,000 a year. The waiting area can accommodate 10,000 passengers.
Travel by train, Nanu Oya, Sri Lanka - Traveling by train through the Hill Country of Sri Lanka is truly a great experience. After putting my backpack down on the ground, I was waiting for my train to Ella at Nanu Oya Railway Station. Wandering around the opposite platform, I saw a train pull into the station. I couldn’t take my eyes off an ebony-eyed girl in particular.
Kuala Lumpur Railway Station (Malay: Stesen Keretapi Kuala Lumpur) is a train station located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Completed in 1910 to replace an older station on the same site. The station is notable for its architecture, adopting a mixture of Eastern and Western designs.