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Shijiazhuang to Qingdao North

Train Number:K1215Start Station:ShijiazhuangEnd Station:Qingdao North
Train TypeKStart Time:21:35End Time:08:37
Intermediate Stations:Shijiazhuang, Xingtai, Handan, Liaocheng, DaMingHu, Zibo, Weifang, Qingdao North
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Shijiazhuang ---- 21:35 0 mins
2 Xingtai 22:51 22:53 2 mins
3 Handan 23:34 23:38 4 mins
4 Liaocheng 02:10 02:40 30 mins
5 DaMingHu 04:28 04:36 8 mins
6 Zibo 05:36 05:40 4 mins
7 Weifang 06:35 06:39 4 mins
8 Qingdao North 08:37 08:37 0 mins

K1215 is a K train route originating from Shijiazhuang at 21:35, and arriving at the final destination of Qingdao North at 08:37. The duration of the total journey is 11 hrs 2 mins. There are 8 stops in total: Shijiazhuang, Xingtai, Handan, Liaocheng, DaMingHu, Zibo, Weifang, Qingdao North. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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