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Fuyang West to Beijing West

Train Number:G1578Start Station:Fuyang WestEnd Station:Beijing West
Train TypeGStart Time:18:49End Time:23:38
Intermediate Stations:Fuyang West, Jieshou South, Zhoukou East, Zhengzhou East, Handan East, Shijiazhuang, Beijing West
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Fuyang West 18:49 18:49 0 mins
2 Jieshou South 19:08 19:10 2 mins
3 Zhoukou East 19:30 19:32 2 mins
4 Zhengzhou East 20:31 20:35 4 mins
5 Handan East 21:31 21:40 9 mins
6 Shijiazhuang 22:19 22:26 7 mins
7 Beijing West 23:38 23:38 0 mins

G1578 is a G train route originating from Fuyang West at 18:49, and arriving at the final destination of Beijing West at 23:38. The duration of the total journey is 4 hrs 49 mins. There are 7 stops in total: Fuyang West, Jieshou South, Zhoukou East, Zhengzhou East, Handan East, Shijiazhuang, Beijing West. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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