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Maglev train to go into service in China’s Hunan

Updated: Feb 26,2016 10:20 AM     Xinhua

A maglev train loaded with sand bags equivalent to 363 passengers’ weights runs on China’s first medium-low speed maglev railway in Changsha, capital of central China’s Hunan province, Feb 25, 2016. Starting from Changsha South Station in the west, to Huanghua Airport in the east, this 18.5-kilometer-long medium-low speed maglev railway, developed with China’s own property rights, will be on a trial run with passengers soon.[Photo/Xinhua]

A maglev train loaded with sand bags equivalent to 363 passengers’ weights runs on China’s first medium-low speed maglev railway in Changsha, capital of central China’s Hunan province, Feb 25, 2016. Starting from Changsha South Station in the west, to Huanghua Airport in the east, this 18.5-kilometer-long medium-low speed maglev railway, developed with China’s own property rights, will be on a trial run with passengers soon.[Photo/Xinhua]

A maglev train loaded with sand bags equivalent to 363 passengers’ weights runs on China’s first medium-low speed maglev railway in Changsha, capital of central China’s Hunan province, Feb 25, 2016. Starting from Changsha South Station in the west, to Huanghua Airport in the east, this 18.5-kilometer-long medium-low speed maglev railway, developed with China’s own property rights, will be on a trial run with passengers soon.[Photo/Xinhua]

A maglev train loaded with sand bags equivalent to 363 passengers’ weights runs on China’s first medium-low speed maglev railway in Changsha, capital of central China’s Hunan province, Feb 25, 2016. Starting from Changsha South Station in the west, to Huanghua Airport in the east, this 18.5-kilometer-long medium-low speed maglev railway, developed with China’s own property rights, will be on a trial run with passengers soon.[Photo/Xinhua]

A maglev train loaded with sand bags equivalent to 363 passengers’ weights runs on China’s first medium-low speed maglev railway in Changsha, capital of central China’s Hunan province, Feb 25, 2016. Starting from Changsha South Station in the west, to Huanghua Airport in the east, this 18.5-kilometer-long medium-low speed maglev railway, developed with China’s own property rights, will be on a trial run with passengers soon.[Photo/Xinhua]

A maglev train loaded with sand bags equivalent to 363 passengers’ weights runs on China’s first medium-low speed maglev railway in Changsha, capital of central China’s Hunan province, Feb 25, 2016. Starting from Changsha South Station in the west, to Huanghua Airport in the east, this 18.5-kilometer-long medium-low speed maglev railway, developed with China’s own property rights, will be on a trial run with passengers soon.[Photo/Xinhua]

A maglev train loaded with sand bags equivalent to 363 passengers’ weights runs on China’s first medium-low speed maglev railway in Changsha, capital of central China’s Hunan province, Feb 25, 2016. Starting from Changsha South Station in the west, to Huanghua Airport in the east, this 18.5-kilometer-long medium-low speed maglev railway, developed with China’s own property rights, will be on a trial run with passengers soon.[Photo/Xinhua]

A maglev train loaded with sand bags equivalent to 363 passengers’ weights runs on China’s first medium-low speed maglev railway in Changsha, capital of central China’s Hunan province, Feb 25, 2016. Starting from Changsha South Station in the west, to Huanghua Airport in the east, this 18.5-kilometer-long medium-low speed maglev railway, developed with China’s own property rights, will be on a trial run with passengers soon.[Photo/Xinhua]

A maglev train loaded with sand bags equivalent to 363 passengers’ weights runs on China’s first medium-low speed maglev railway in Changsha, capital of central China’s Hunan province, Feb 25, 2016. Starting from Changsha South Station in the west, to Huanghua Airport in the east, this 18.5-kilometer-long medium-low speed maglev railway, developed with China’s own property rights, will be on a trial run with passengers soon.[Photo/Xinhua]

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