Train CRH2 a redesigned Series E2-1000 Shinkansen is one of the fastest trains in China. It is also a second model train "Shinkansen", which was exported to China. Another was the 700T series.
2. THSR - Taiwan
The length of the Taiwan High Speed Rail is about 335.50 km and runs along the western coast of Taiwan. She works in the city of Kaohsiung from Taipei. Line began operating - January 5, 2007.
3. KTX - Korea
High-speed rail system in South Korea. Maximum speed 350 km / h, the technology is based on the French system, TGV. In case the necessary security, the speed may be limited to 300 km / h. December 16, 2004, the train reached a top speed of 352.4 km / hr.
4. Shinkansen - Japan
Chain super fast trains that connect the island of Honshu in Japan with other major cities. Line passes through Fukuoka in Kyushu and Tokyo. Known in Japan as the "Shinkansen". These trains Shinkansen are operated by Japan Railway (Japan Railways).
5. Ave - Spain
AVE - an acronym for Alta Velocidad Espanola value - Hi. That could also mean the bird in Spanish. Ave is a network of high speed trains, which operate at speeds up to 300 km / h, and connect all the important cities in Spain.
6. Eurostar - UK
Eurostar is the high quality service, high speed in Western Europe, Eurostar links London and Kent in the UK, and Brussels in Belgium and in Paris and Lille in France. There are also seasonal trains to France and limited services to Disneyland Resort Paris.
High-speed train network in France, TGV service employs the French national rail operator, SNCF, and GEC-Alsthom (now Alstom). TGV network connects Paris to other major cities of France, as well as some neighboring countries.
8. MLX01 - Japan
Rannya version magnetic levitation "Shinkansen". In 1990 he developed a speed of 320 miles / hour (515 km / h). It was the fastest train in Japan in the 1990s.
9. TR-07 - Germany
TR-07 - German maglev train should be in Hamburg at speeds up to 270.3 miles / hour in 1989. The noise level was very limited due to engine design. Is a German monorail which is currently one of the fastest trains in the world. During the test, the train could reach speeds of up to 450 km / hour. Today, more than updated versions of the trains reach speeds exceeding 500 km / hour.
10. MLU001 - Japan
Japanese Maglev train MLU001 which reached a speed of 248.9 miles / h (400.4 km / h) in 1987.
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