Train Timetable

Nanchang to Guangzhou East

Train Number:K1665Start Station:NanchangEnd Station:Guangzhou East
Train TypeKStart Time:09:25End Time:21:56
Intermediate Stations:Nanchang, Xiangtang, 丰城南, Xingan, Ji'an, Taihe, Ganzhou, Dayu, 南雄, 始兴, Shaoguan East, Yingde, Guangzhou North , Guangzhou East, Guangzhou East
Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Nanchang ---- 09:25 0 mins
2 Xiangtang 09:46 09:49 4 mins
3 丰城南 10:26 10:30 3 mins
4 Xingan 11:04 11:07 3 mins
5 Ji'an 12:02 12:06 5 mins
6 Taihe 12:27 12:31 3 mins
7 Ganzhou 14:08 14:27 20 mins
8 Dayu 15:36 15:43 7 mins
9 南雄 16:50 16:54 4 mins
10 始兴 17:15 17:19 4 mins
11 Shaoguan East 18:25 18:33 8 mins
12 Yingde 19:27 19:30 2 mins
13 Guangzhou North 20:39 20:54 15 mins
14 Guangzhou East 21:56 22:00 0 mins
14 Guangzhou East 21:56 22:00 0 mins

K1665 is a K train route originating from Nanchang at 09:25, and arriving at the final destination of Guangzhou East at 21:56. The duration of the total journey is 4 hours 28 minutes. There are 15 stops in total: Nanchang, Xiangtang, 丰城南, Xingan, Ji'an, Taihe, Ganzhou, Dayu, 南雄, 始兴, Shaoguan East, Yingde, Guangzhou North , Guangzhou East, Guangzhou East. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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