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World's 6 Fastest running Trains.

1. Shanghai Maglev: 267 miles per hour
World's 6 Fastest running Trains
Charging $ 8 per person per person, Maglev runs from Shanghai's Pudong International Airport about 19 miles away to Longyang Metro Station in the outskirts of Shanghai. That's right- the train, which takes only 7 minutes to complete the journey using the magnetic uplift (maglev) technique, and the train touches the speed of 431 km / h (267 miles per hour) on its way

2. Faxing Hau CR 400 AF / BF: 249 miles per hour
Currently the world's fastest non-maglev train service is in China. The name "faxing hao" means "rejuvenation". It takes only five hours to zip 556 passengers between Beijing South and Shanghai Hongqiao station, which work around 10 hours time to ride the traditional, parallel rail line between these two megalopoliss.

3. Shinkansen H5 and E5: 224 mph
Japan is celebrating 54th anniversary of high-speed train travel this year (started in 1964). H5 and E5 series Shinkansen are running Tohoku and Hokkaido services respectively, there are two new bullet trains on Japan's tracks, and so far the fastest in the regular commercial service in the country.

4. Italo and Freciarossa: 220 miles per hour
Italy's Duel Train operator, NTV and Trenitalia, has launched two high-speed trains, the fastest in Europe, which is capable of reaching passengers from Milan to Florence or Rome in less than three hours. Francescosa was unveiled during the Expo 2015 in Milan

5. Rainforest Ave: 217 miles per hour
Spanish's fastest train is Valera E by Siemens, and it is used for long distance services from major Spanish cities and beyond: Traveling from Barcelona to Paris can now be done on six-hour high-speed rail.

6. Harman Western Railway: 217 miles per hour
The Mecca-Medina high-speed link spreads 281 miles between the most holy cities of Saudi Arabia and has been in partial operations since December 2017. The length of the route takes about four and a half hours to travel, compared to the car by five hours. However, there is no complete justification for the construction of this railway; Harman is expected to carry three million passengers annually, in which many Haj and Umra pilgrims are getting relief from the crowd of traffic.

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