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Huaihua South to Shanghai Hongqiao

Train Number:G4928Start Station:Huaihua SouthEnd Station:Shanghai Hongqiao
Train TypeGStart Time:20:40End Time:02:49
Intermediate Stations:Huaihua South, Changsha South, Pingxiang North(Jiangxi), Yichun (Jiangxi), Nanchang West, Yingtan North, Hangzhou East, Shanghai Hongqiao
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Huaihua South 20:40 20:40 0 mins
2 Changsha South 22:00 22:05 5 mins
3 Pingxiang North(Jiangxi) 22:32 22:34 2 mins
4 Yichun (Jiangxi) 22:52 22:54 2 mins
5 Nanchang West 23:36 23:40 4 mins
6 Yingtan North 00:15 00:18 3 mins
7 Hangzhou East 02:00 02:03 3 mins
8 Shanghai Hongqiao 02:49 02:49 0 mins

G4928 is a G train route originating from Huaihua South at 20:40, and arriving at the final destination of Shanghai Hongqiao at 02:49. The duration of the total journey is 6 hrs 9 mins. There are 8 stops in total: Huaihua South, Changsha South, Pingxiang North(Jiangxi), Yichun (Jiangxi), Nanchang West, Yingtan North, Hangzhou East, Shanghai Hongqiao. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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