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1. multimedia | 05 Feb 2015
By Bangkok Post
» Two trains were involved in a minor collision at Hua Lamphong station on Thursday morning, resulting in the derailment of a stationary freight train. The freight train had been parked at a station platform for several da...
2. learning | 28 Jul 2014
» Repair delays for collapsed Mon bridge in Kanchanaburi, Nong-khai high-speed train to connect to Lao high-speed train built by China & track repair continues after tourist express falls off tracks.
3. news | 28 Feb 2015
» Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has allayed concerns over the steep price tag for the high-speed train projects, saying costs can be offset with help from the private sector.
4. news | 31 Dec 2014
» BEIJING - China's top two bullet train makers will merge, state media said Tuesday, in a move that will create a multi-billion-dollar firm as the country seeks export markets for its high-speed railway technologies.
5. learning | 19 Jun 2013
About marriage & trains
» Wedding on busy commuter train as it speeds around Tokyo delivering commuters awaits one lucky couple. Exclusive use of 11-car train with capacity of 1000 plus.
6. news | 27 Feb 2015
» After taking high-speed trains in China and Japan, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is considering bringing faster rail service to Thailand.
7. news | 13 Feb 2015
» Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has tasked agencies to do a feasibility study on building a high-speed rail network linking Bangkok and popular tourism destinations with joint investment from the private sector.
8. learning | 25 Apr 2013
» Big spending for high-speed rail questioned by Thaksin's former Finance Ministers. More capacity for existing rail cargo & passenger makes more sense.
9. learning | 11 Apr 2013
» Paying for high speed rail through Laos to China will take 80% of the Laos national budget but China govt banks will help with loans.
10. learning | 12 Mar 2013
Easy English news
» If all goes according to plan, land and water travel should be considerably quicker throughout much of the country by the year 2020, with the first Bangkok-Pattaya high-speed rail line completed by 2018.