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In pics: slowest train in forest area connecting Harbin, Hailar

//english.dbw.cn  Author:  Source:xinhua  Editor:Yang Fan  2021-01-12 13:30:01

A heart-shaped doodle is seen on a frosted window on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

Passengers are seen on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

Train K7093 heading for Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, stops at the Qiqihar Railway Station in Qiqihar, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

Passengers board on train K7093 heading for Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, at Harbin Railway Station in Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A staff member cleans the floor on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

Passengers are seen on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

Passengers board on train K7093 heading for Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, at Harbin Railway Station in Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A passenger is seen with a child on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A passenger plays cards with a child on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

Passengers board on train K7093 heading for Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, at Harbin Railway Station in Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A passenger talks with his friend on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A staff member works on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

Passengers board on train K7093 heading for Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, at the Qiqihar Railway Station in Qiqihar, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A child eats bread on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A staff member guides passengers outside train K7093 heading for Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, at Harbin Railway Station in Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A saleswoman passes by passengers on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A passenger plays with her cellphone on train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

Train K7093 heading for Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, stops at Harbin Railway Station in Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

A thermograph shows the temperature inside train K7093 running from Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiang Province to Hailar, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Jan. 6, 2021. Train No. K7093/4, connecting Harbin and Hailar, runs a distance of 1,320 kilometers and stops at 52 stations during the about 26-hour trip. The train stops every 30 minutes on average due to so many stops and is known as the slowest train in the forest area between the two destinations. Having operated for over 30 years, the train's facilities have witnessed upgrade and created a cozy environment for passengers. (Xinhua/Wang Jianwei)

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