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Chongqing West to Kunming South

Train Number:G2867Start Station:Chongqing WestEnd Station:Kunming South
Train TypeGStart Time:15:06End Time:19:55
Intermediate Stations:Chongqing West, Tongzi East, XiFeng(GuiZhou), Guiyang North, Anshun West, FuYuan North(Yunnan), Qujing North, Kunming South
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Chongqing West 15:06 15:06 0 mins
2 Tongzi East 16:06 16:08 2 mins
3 XiFeng(GuiZhou) 16:53 16:56 3 mins
4 Guiyang North 17:20 17:25 5 mins
5 Anshun West 17:54 17:56 2 mins
6 FuYuan North(Yunnan) 18:50 18:52 2 mins
7 Qujing North 19:09 19:19 10 mins
8 Kunming South 19:55 19:55 0 mins

G2867 is a G train route originating from Chongqing West at 15:06, and arriving at the final destination of Kunming South at 19:55. The duration of the total journey is 4 hrs 49 mins. There are 8 stops in total: Chongqing West, Tongzi East, XiFeng(GuiZhou), Guiyang North, Anshun West, FuYuan North(Yunnan), Qujing North, Kunming 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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