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First high-speed railway line in Inner Mongolia under construction

Updated: Jun 22,2016 9:32 PM     Xinhua

Photo taken on June 22, 2016 shows the track laying site of Ulanqab to Hohhot segment of Zhangjiakou-Hohhot high-speed passenger railway line in north China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. The track laying operation of the first high-speed railway line in Inner Mongolia started on June 22. The 286.8-kilometer-long railway line, with a designed speed of 250 km per hour, started to construct in July 2014. It will shorten the travel time between Beijing and Hohhot to less than three hours. [Photo/Xinhua]

Workers lay tracks in Ulanqab to Hohhot segment of Zhangjiakou-Hohhot high-speed passenger railway line in north China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, June 22, 2016. The track laying operation of the first high-speed railway line in Inner Mongolia started on June 22. The 286.8-kilometer-long railway line, with a designed speed of 250 km per hour, started to construct in July 2014. It will shorten the travel time between Beijing and Hohhot to less than three hours. [Photo/Xinhua]

Workers lay tracks in Ulanqab to Hohhot segment of Zhangjiakou-Hohhot high-speed passenger railway line in north China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, June 22, 2016. The track laying operation of the first high-speed railway line in Inner Mongolia started on June 22. The 286.8-kilometer-long railway line, with a designed speed of 250 km per hour, started to construct in July 2014. It will shorten the travel time between Beijing and Hohhot to less than three hours. [Photo/Xinhua]

Photo taken on June 22, 2016 shows the track laying site of Ulanqab to Hohhot segment of Zhangjiakou-Hohhot high-speed passenger railway line in north China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. The track laying operation of the first high-speed railway line in Inner Mongolia started on June 22. The 286.8-kilometer-long railway line, with a designed speed of 250 km per hour, started to construct in July 2014. It will shorten the travel time between Beijing and Hohhot to less than three hours. [Photo/Xinhua]

Workers lay tracks in Ulanqab to Hohhot segment of Zhangjiakou-Hohhot high-speed passenger railway line in north China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, June 22, 2016. The track laying operation of the first high-speed railway line in Inner Mongolia started on June 22. The 286.8-kilometer-long railway line, with a designed speed of 250 km per hour, started to construct in July 2014. It will shorten the travel time between Beijing and Hohhot to less than three hours. [Photo/Xinhua]

Workers lay tracks in Ulanqab to Hohhot segment of Zhangjiakou-Hohhot high-speed passenger railway line in north China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, June 22, 2016. The track laying operation of the first high-speed railway line in Inner Mongolia started on June 22. The 286.8-kilometer-long railway line, with a designed speed of 250 km per hour, started to construct in July 2014. It will shorten the travel time between Beijing and Hohhot to less than three hours. [Photo/Xinhua]

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