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Check Out China’s Wuhan Railway Station That Handles 138 High-speed Bullet Trains Per Day

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One of world’s most advanced: Check out China’s first-generation Wuhan Railway Station designed for high-speed bullet trains.

It which boasts of 11 platforms and 20 tracks and handles around 138 high-speed trains and bullet trains per day.

The station was built by China State Construction Engineering Corporation, which also built the Wuhan Airport and the Beijing CCTV building.

Wuhan Station was completed in December 2009, with construction cost exceeding 14 billion Yuan (US$2 billion).





High-speed train-only Wuhan Station serves high-speed bullet trains, which runs at a speed of 250 – 400 km per hour.

Check Out China's Wuhan Railway Station That Handles 138 High-speed Bullet Trains Per Day - autojosh

Check Out China's Wuhan Railway Station That Handles 138 High-speed Bullet Trains Per Day - autojosh

A video shared has shown the breathtaking interior designs of China’s Wuhan railway station, which boasts of 11 platforms and 20 tracks and handles around 138 high-speed trains and bullet trains per day.

Completed in December 2009, the Wuhan railway station is one of the three main passenger railway stations in Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei Province. It has a distinctive roof that is intended to resemble the crane’s wings, and is based on a sine curve.

Check Out China's Wuhan Railway Station That Handles 138 High-speed Bullet Trains Per Day - autojosh





Check Out China's Wuhan Railway Station That Handles 138 High-speed Bullet Trains Per Day - autojosh

Designed by Amenagement, Recherche, Pole d’Echanges (AREP), the Fourth Survey and Design Institute of China, MaP3, and SNCF-IGOA, the station was built by China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC), which also built the Wuhan Airport and the Beijing CCTV building.

Construction of the station began in September 2006, and was completed in December 2009. Construction cost exceeded 14 billion Yuan (US$2 billion), including upgrades to surrounding infrastructure.

Check Out China's Wuhan Railway Station That Handles 138 High-speed Bullet Trains Per Day - autojosh

Check Out China's Wuhan Railway Station That Handles 138 High-speed Bullet Trains Per Day - autojosh

The high-speed train-only Wuhan Station serves high-speed bullet trains, which runs at a speed of 250 – 400 kilometers per hour. It serves Beijing–Guangzhou–Shenzhen–Hong Kong high-speed railway, the Shanghai–Wuhan–Chengdu high-speed railway, and Zhengzhou/Jiujiang-bound passenger trains.

The Wuhan Station is also served by some high speed trains traveling to and from Nanchang (on the Wuhan–Jiujiang Passenger Railway).





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