- published: 19 Feb 2013
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Travelling during Chinese New Year 2013 with nonstop High-Speed CRH3 Train from Hangzhou Railway Station to Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station; Train takes 49 minutes for the 169 kilometer long journey, this is an average speed of 206 kph (kilometers per hour)
http://www.modelbuildings.org Watch this quick 5 minute trip on the high speed bullet train from Beijing to Hangzhou in China which took just 5 hours 39 minutes. The high speed train averaged 302kph. Then by bullet train from Hangzhou to Shanghai in China which took only an hour. Very comfortable and reliable. A fascinating journey well worth taking if you can. Enjoy!
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