G2609

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Tianjin West to Taiyuan South

Train Number:G2609Start Station:Tianjin WestEnd Station:Taiyuan South
Train TypeGStart Time:10:41End Time:14:17
Intermediate Stations:Tianjin West, Shenfang, Bazhou West, Baigou, Baiyangdian, Dingzhou Dong, Shijiazhuang, Baoding East, Yangquan North, Taiyuan South
Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Tianjin West 10:41 10:41 0 mins
2 Shenfang 10:57 11:00 3 mins
2 Bazhou West 11:09 11:11 2 mins
2 Baigou 11:17 11:19 2 mins
3 Baiyangdian 11:30 11:32 2 mins
4 Dingzhou Dong 12:05 12:10 5 mins
5 Shijiazhuang 12:33 12:36 3 mins
5 Baoding East 11:53 11:55 2 mins
6 Yangquan North 13:17 13:27 10 mins
7 Taiyuan South 14:17 14:17 0 mins

G2609 is a G train route originating from Tianjin West at 10:41, and arriving at the final destination of Taiyuan South at 14:17. The duration of the total journey is 3 hours 35 minutes. There are 10 stops in total: Tianjin West, Shenfang, Bazhou West, Baigou, Baiyangdian, Dingzhou Dong, Shijiazhuang, Baoding East, Yangquan North, Taiyuan South. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.


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