Five High Speed Trains In The World
Trains are one of the main choices of passengers for fast, comfortable, safe, and noise-free travel. Besides, there is no alternative to train even if you want to reach from one city to another by enjoying the natural scenery of any country.
Trains are one of the main choices of passengers for fast, comfortable, safe, and noise-free travel. Besides, there is no alternative to train even if you want to reach from one city to another by enjoying the natural scenery of any country. In the modern era, high-speed vehicles are constantly being invented. Several high-speed trains have also been built around the world in response to the demands of the times. In this article, I will tell you about the 5 highest speed trains in the world.
Talgo 350, Spain; 216 miles/hour
The world's fifth-fastest train, the Talgo 350, is operated by the State-Run Railway Company and has a top speed of about 350 kilometers per hour. The train was launched in 2005 to control air pressure and noise pollution. In the local Spanish language, it is called Pato; The Bengali synonym of Patois duck. Because the front of the train is shaped like a duck's lip. The Talgo 350 train runs between Madrid and Barcelona. This high speed train is divided into 4 classes namely Club, Bristo, First and Coach and each carriage have a video audio device and internet access for all passengers.
Siemens Velaro E / AVS-103, Spain; Speed - 216.4 miles/hour
The Siemens Velcro E / AVS-103 is a Spanish version of the Velcro-E high speed train manufactured by the German engineering company Siemens. It is the fourth-fastest train in the world with a speed of about 350 kilometers per hour. During the test run, the speed of this train was about 402 kilometers per hour. The Spanish National Railway Authority took the initiative to build the train in 2001 and began providing high-speed train service in 2007. Passengers on this train can reach Madrid from Barcelona in just 2 hours and 30 minutes. This high speed train with 8 bogies has 404 seats.
AGV Italo, Italy; Speed - 223.6 miles/hour
AGV Italo is the highest speed train in Europe and the third fastest train in the world; Which can run at a speed of about 360 kilometers per hour. However, when the train was launched experimentally in 2007, its speed was about 572 kmph. This high speed train, built by the French manufacturing company Elston, has been running a high-speed passenger service between Rome and Naples since 2007. AGV Italo trains with 11 bogies are divided into 3 classes; Club, Prima, and Smart. Passengers of all classes enjoy the benefits of sitting in leather seats, watching live television, and using free WiFi. It is also a very eco-friendly train.
Harmony CRH380A, China; Speed - 236.12 miles/hour
The Harmony CRH380 is the second-highest speed train in the world; Its speed is about 380 kilometers per hour. However, when the Chinese railway authorities launched the train on a trial basis in 2010, it was able to travel at a speed of 386.1 kmph. Initially, the train ran from Shanghai to Nanjing, but now it runs from Shanghai to Beijing. The 494-seat high speed train is completely shake-free. There are also various facilities including reading lamps, power sockets.
Shanghai Maglev, China; Speed - 26.6 miles/hour
China's Shanghai Magnetic Levitation or Maglev Train is the world's fastest train; Which can run at a speed of 431 km. Launched in 2004, the train is operated by the Shanghai Maglev Railway Company. The main difference between this train with other trains is that this train has no wheels. When the train is moving, it is not connected to the railway line but flies or floats. Strong magnets A special type of electromagnetic field is created between the rail line and the train, which keeps the train afloat and helps it to fly faster. The 574-seat train only travels 30 kilometers between Shanghai's Long-Young Metro Station and Shanghai Pudong International Airport. This high speed train only takes 7 minutes to cross this path. Ordinary tickets for this high-speed train cost 8 and if you want to buy a VIP ticket, you have to pay 16$.