PHOTOS Pic story: student special carriages put into use in northwest China's Shaanxi

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Pic story: student special carriages put into use in northwest China's Shaanxi

Xinhua

17:58, May 29, 2018

Students line up to buy tickets at Baishuijiang Railway Station in northwest China's Guansu Province, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

Students walk towards Baishuijiang Railway Station in northwest China's Guansu Province, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

Students sit inside the student special carriages on train No. 6063 in China, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

Students get off and say goodbye to Xiang Baolin, conductor of the train No. 6063, at Lueyang Railway Station in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

Students wait for the train at Baishuijiang Railway Station in northwest China's Guansu Province, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

Students board the train at Baishuijiang Railway Station in northwest China's Guansu Province, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

Students read new books at the student special carriages on train No. 6063 in China, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

Feng Yaoxin reads book at the waiting room at Baishuijiang Railway Station in northwest China's Guansu Province, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

Students receive new books at the students special carriages on train No. 6063 in China, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

Students read books borrowed from the mobile library at the student special carriages on train No. 6063 in China, May 27, 2018. The train No. 6063, which links 38 stations along the route from Baoji of Shaanxi Province and Guangyuan of Sichuan Province, serves thousands of students who live in mountainous areas and need to commute from schools to home every week. To improve services to the student passengers, student special carriages installed with bigger desks and a library were put into use at the end of 2017. With the approach of this year's International Children's Day, over 300 new books have been newly donated to the mobile library. (Xinhua/Li Yibo)


 

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