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Xiaojinkou to

Train Number:C7926Start Station:XiaojinkouEnd Station:
Train TypeCStart Time:11:05End Time:12:42
Intermediate Stations:Xiaojinkou, yunshan, Xihudong, Longfeng (Huizhou), huihuan, zhongkai, Lilinbei, yinping, zhangmutoudong, ChangPing East(DongGuan GuangDong), Changping South(Dongguan), , , , , ,
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Xiaojinkou ---- 11:05 mins
2 yunshan 11:11 11:12 1 mins
3 Xihudong 11:16 11:17 1 mins
4 Longfeng (Huizhou) 11:20 11:21 1 mins
5 huihuan 11:26 11:27 1 mins
6 zhongkai 11:31 11:32 1 mins
7 Lilinbei 11:40 11:41 1 mins
8 yinping 11:46 11:47 1 mins
9 zhangmutoudong 11:51 11:52 1 mins
10 ChangPing East(DongGuan GuangDong) 11:58 11:59 1 mins
11 Changping South(Dongguan) 12:03 12:04 1 mins
12 12:09 12:10 1 mins
13 12:15 12:16 1 mins
14 12:21 12:22 1 mins
15 12:28 12:29 1 mins
16 12:33 12:34 1 mins
17 12:42 12:42 mins

C7926 is a C train route originating from Xiaojinkou at 11:05, and arriving at the final destination of at 12:42. The duration of the total journey is 1 hrs 37 mins. There are 17 stops in total: Xiaojinkou, yunshan, Xihudong, Longfeng (Huizhou), huihuan, zhongkai, Lilinbei, yinping, zhangmutoudong, ChangPing East(DongGuan GuangDong), Changping South(Dongguan), , , , , , . You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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