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Shenzhen North to Beihai

Train Number:G2919Start Station:Shenzhen NorthEnd Station:Beihai
Train TypeGStart Time:12:21End Time:17:45
Intermediate Stations:Shenzhen North, Humen, Guangzhou South, Foshan West, WuZhou South, Guigang, Nanning East, Beihai
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Shenzhen North ---- 12:21 0 mins
2 Humen 12:39 12:41 2 mins
3 Guangzhou South 12:58 13:02 4 mins
4 Foshan West 13:21 13:23 2 mins
5 WuZhou South 14:29 14:32 3 mins
6 Guigang 15:23 15:25 2 mins
7 Nanning East 16:08 16:31 23 mins
8 Beihai 17:45 17:45 0 mins

G2919 is a G train route originating from Shenzhen North at 12:21, and arriving at the final destination of Beihai at 17:45. The duration of the total journey is 5 hrs 24 mins. There are 8 stops in total: Shenzhen North, Humen, Guangzhou South, Foshan West, WuZhou South, Guigang, Nanning East, Beihai. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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