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Yinchuan to Tianshui

Train Number:K1615Start Station:YinchuanEnd Station:Tianshui
Train TypeKStart Time:11:58End Time:21:50
Intermediate Stations:Yinchuan, Qingtongxia, Zhongwei, Guyuan (Ningxia), Pingliang, Ankouyao, , Qingshuixian, Tianshui, Gangu, Longxi, Lanzhou, Weiyuan, HaDaPu, Longnan, Guangyuan, Jiangyou, Mianyang, Chengdu
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Yinchuan ---- 11:58 0 mins
2 Qingtongxia 12:48 12:50 2 mins
3 Zhongwei 14:09 14:28 19 mins
4 Guyuan (Ningxia) 17:24 17:32 8 mins
5 Pingliang 18:57 19:05 8 mins
6 Ankouyao 19:56 19:59 3 mins
7 20:54 20:56 2 mins
8 Qingshuixian 21:20 21:22 2 mins
9 Tianshui 21:50 21:56 6 mins
10 Gangu 22:38 22:40 2 mins
11 Longxi 23:29 23:31 2 mins
12 Lanzhou 01:39 01:56 17 mins
13 Weiyuan 03:22 03:27 5 mins
14 HaDaPu 04:41 04:45 4 mins
15 Longnan 06:04 06:08 4 mins
16 Guangyuan 07:46 08:02 16 mins
17 Jiangyou 10:39 10:46 7 mins
18 Mianyang 12:06 12:11 5 mins
19 Chengdu 13:51 13:51 0 mins

K1615 is a K train route originating from Yinchuan at 11:58, and arriving at the final destination of Tianshui at 21:50. The duration of the total journey is 9 hrs 52 mins. There are 19 stops in total: Yinchuan, Qingtongxia, Zhongwei, Guyuan (Ningxia), Pingliang, Ankouyao, , Qingshuixian, Tianshui, Gangu, Longxi, Lanzhou, Weiyuan, HaDaPu, Longnan, Guangyuan, Jiangyou, Mianyang, Chengdu. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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