CHINA New railway completed in China's Xinjiang

CHINA

New railway completed in China's Xinjiang

Xinhua

09:37, July 03, 2020

Workers lay tracks on a bridge as they put final touches on the Altay-Fuyun section of the Afuzhun (Altay-Fuyun-Zhundong) Railway in Fuyun County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, July 2, 2020. The Afuzhun Railway, which spans 420 kilometers, has been completed in northwest China's Xinjiang. It is connected with another railway in the north, and together they will form part of a circular railway network in the northern part of Xinjiang. The Afuzhun Railway is expected to begin operations on August 30. (Xinhua/Ding Lei)

Aerial photo taken on July 2, 2020 shows workers laying tracks on a bridge as they put final touches on the Altay-Fuyun section of the Afuzhun (Altay-Fuyun-Zhundong) Railway in Fuyun County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The Afuzhun Railway, which spans 420 kilometers, has been completed in northwest China's Xinjiang. It is connected with another railway in the north, and together they will form part of a circular railway network in the northern part of Xinjiang. The Afuzhun Railway is expected to begin operations on August 30. (Xinhua/Ding Lei)

Workers lay tracks on a bridge as they put final touches on the Altay-Fuyun section of the Afuzhun (Altay-Fuyun-Zhundong) Railway in Fuyun County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, July 2, 2020. The Afuzhun Railway, which spans 420 kilometers, has been completed in northwest China's Xinjiang. It is connected with another railway in the north, and together they will form part of a circular railway network in the northern part of Xinjiang. The Afuzhun Railway is expected to begin operations on August 30. (Xinhua/Ding Lei)

Workers lay tracks on a bridge as they put final touches on the Altay-Fuyun section of the Afuzhun (Altay-Fuyun-Zhundong) Railway in Fuyun County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, July 2, 2020 The Afuzhun Railway, which spans 420 kilometers, has been completed in northwest China's Xinjiang. It is connected with another railway in the north, and together they will form part of a circular railway network in the northern part of Xinjiang. The Afuzhun Railway is expected to begin operations on August 30. (Xinhua/Ding Lei)

Workers lay tracks on a bridge as they put final touches on the Altay-Fuyun section of the Afuzhun (Altay-Fuyun-Zhundong) Railway in Fuyun County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, July 2, 2020 The Afuzhun Railway, which spans 420 kilometers, has been completed in northwest China's Xinjiang. It is connected with another railway in the north, and together they will form part of a circular railway network in the northern part of Xinjiang. The Afuzhun Railway is expected to begin operations on August 30. (Xinhua/Ding Lei)

Workers lay tracks on a bridge as they put final touches on the Altay-Fuyun section of the Afuzhun (Altay-Fuyun-Zhundong) Railway in Fuyun County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, July 2, 2020 The Afuzhun Railway, which spans 420 kilometers, has been completed in northwest China's Xinjiang. It is connected with another railway in the north, and together they will form part of a circular railway network in the northern part of Xinjiang. The Afuzhun Railway is expected to begin operations on August 30. (Xinhua/Ding Lei)

Aerial photo taken on July 2, 2020 shows the Altay-Fuyun section of the Afuzhun (Altay-Fuyun-Zhundong) Railway in Fuyun County, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The Afuzhun Railway, which spans 420 kilometers, has been completed in northwest China's Xinjiang. It is connected with another railway in the north, and together they will form part of a circular railway network in the northern part of Xinjiang. The Afuzhun Railway is expected to begin operations on August 30. (Xinhua/Ding Lei)

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