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1. news | 09 May 2013
» A freight train was derailed on Thursday morning near Mae Moh railway station in Lampang province, delaying North-bound train services, reports said.
2. news | 05 Apr 2013
» Train services on the North and Northeast routes were expected to resume normal operation about 8pm on Friday after a Bangkok-bound train derailed in Bangkok's Lak Si district in the afternoon.
3. news | 09 May 2013
» The State Railway of Thailand says the northern line in Lampang province has reopened to services after repairs were completed to tracks damaged by a freight train derailment on Thursday morning.
4. lifestyle | 27 Mar 2013
THE ATREP REVIEW
» Author Sri Daoruang, her husband, magazine and literary editor Suchart Sawadsri and their son live by a rail track and use the train as their main mode of transport. The deep connection this literary family has with the ...
5. news | 12 Apr 2013
» More than 600 passengers were evacuated from a high-speed train bound for Taiwan's capital Taipei Friday after suspected explosives and triggering devices were found on board, police said.
6. opinion | 12 May 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Friday's announcement that Thailand and France are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding next month on developing high-speed rail here and modernising the State Railway of Thailand's operations and servi...
7. business | 24 Apr 2013
» Rocky Mountaineer, the Canadian travel company, is encouraging tourists in Southeast Asia, especially Thailand, to visit Canada and have new travel experiences by riding the train.
8. news | 16 Apr 2013
» Two men suspected of planting suitcases loaded with petrol on a high-speed train in Taiwan are expected to be extradited from China on Tuesday, police said.
9. news | 15 Apr 2013
» Two men arrested over an incident in which two suitcases loaded with petrol were planted on a high-speed train in Taiwan have been released without charge, police said on Monday.
10. news | 19 May 2013
» CHIANG MAI - Thailand has offered to convene a meeting with Laos and China on the high-speed train project linking the three countries, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Sunday.