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Qingdao North to Heze

Train Number:K344Start Station:Qingdao NorthEnd Station:Heze
Train TypeKStart Time:13:07End Time:21:45
Intermediate Stations:Qingdao North, Weifang, Zibo, Jinan, Taishan, Yanzhou, Jining, Jiaxiang, Heze, Caoxian County, Shangqiu South, Bozhou, Fuyang (Anhui), Qichun, Wuxue, Jiujiang, Nanchang
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Qingdao North 13:07 13:07 0 mins
2 Weifang 14:51 14:59 8 mins
3 Zibo 16:03 16:06 3 mins
4 Jinan 17:30 17:45 15 mins
5 Taishan 18:37 18:40 3 mins
6 Yanzhou 19:38 20:02 24 mins
7 Jining 20:25 20:28 3 mins
8 Jiaxiang 20:45 20:48 3 mins
9 Heze 21:45 21:53 8 mins
10 Caoxian County 22:28 22:32 4 mins
11 Shangqiu South 23:10 23:13 3 mins
12 Bozhou 23:55 23:59 4 mins
13 Fuyang (Anhui) 01:11 01:19 8 mins
14 Qichun 06:14 06:17 3 mins
15 Wuxue 06:43 06:46 3 mins
16 Jiujiang 07:25 07:31 6 mins
17 Nanchang 08:48 08:48 0 mins

K344 is a K train route originating from Qingdao North at 13:07, and arriving at the final destination of Heze at 21:45. The duration of the total journey is 8 hrs 38 mins. There are 17 stops in total: Qingdao North, Weifang, Zibo, Jinan, Taishan, Yanzhou, Jining, Jiaxiang, Heze, Caoxian County, Shangqiu South, Bozhou, Fuyang (Anhui), Qichun, Wuxue, Jiujiang, Nanchang. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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