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Mohe to Dayangshu

Train Number:K7067Start Station:MoheEnd Station:Dayangshu
Train TypeKStart Time:13:18End Time:21:53
Intermediate Stations:Mohe, Tuqiang, AMuEr, Tahe, , Jiagedaqi, , , Dayangshu, Hongyan, Nenjiang, JiuSan, Nehe, Qiqihar, Daqing, Harbin West, Harbin, Hulan, Suihua
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Station No.Station NameArrive TimeDepart TimeStop Time
1 Mohe 13:18 13:18 0 mins
2 Tuqiang 13:41 13:44 3 mins
3 AMuEr 14:08 14:11 3 mins
4 Tahe 16:40 16:46 6 mins
5 17:15 17:17 2 mins
6 Jiagedaqi 19:54 20:10 16 mins
7 20:46 20:48 2 mins
8 21:36 21:43 7 mins
9 Dayangshu 21:53 21:57 4 mins
10 Hongyan 22:40 22:42 2 mins
11 Nenjiang 23:35 23:39 4 mins
12 JiuSan 00:41 00:43 2 mins
13 Nehe 01:35 01:38 3 mins
14 Qiqihar 03:40 03:57 17 mins
15 Daqing 05:14 05:20 6 mins
17 Harbin West 07:29 07:48 19 mins
18 Harbin 08:00 08:31 31 mins
19 Hulan 09:05 09:09 4 mins
20 Suihua 10:11 10:11 0 mins

K7067 is a K train route originating from Mohe at 13:18, and arriving at the final destination of Dayangshu at 21:53. The duration of the total journey is 8 hrs 35 mins. There are 19 stops in total: Mohe, Tuqiang, AMuEr, Tahe, , Jiagedaqi, , , Dayangshu, Hongyan, Nenjiang, JiuSan, Nehe, Qiqihar, Daqing, Harbin West, Harbin, Hulan, Suihua. You can purchase tickets starting at, and ending at any station. Ticket prices are set on a per kilometer basis.

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