China's Railways Strive to Ensure Safety of Passengers During National Day Holiday

October 4, 2019
Editor: Sun Muyao

A railway mechanic works in Yingtan, East China's Jiangxi Province, October 3, 2019. China's railways are striving to ensure the safety of all passengers during the National Day holiday travel peak. Trains throughout the country are expected to host 13.32 million passenger trips on Friday alone, said China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. [Xinhua]

 

A railway mechanic makes a video call with his family after dinner in Yingtan, East China's Jiangxi Province, October 3, 2019. China's railways are striving to ensure the safety of all passengers during the National Day holiday travel peak. Trains throughout the country are expected to host 13.32 million passenger trips on Friday alone, said China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. [Xinhua]

 

A railway mechanic wipes a tool in Yingtan, East China's Jiangxi Province, October 3, 2019. China's railways are striving to ensure the safety of all passengers during the National Day holiday travel peak. Trains throughout the country are expected to host 13.32 million passenger trips on Friday alone, said China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. [Xinhua]

 

Railway mechanics work in Yingtan, East China's Jiangxi Province, October 3, 2019. China's railways are striving to ensure the safety of all passengers during the National Day holiday travel peak. Trains throughout the country are expected to host 13.32 million passenger trips on Friday alone, said China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. [Xinhua]

 

Railway mechanics walk along the dormitory transformed from a green train carriage and check the train in Yingtan, East China's Jiangxi Province, October 3, 2019. China's railways are striving to ensure the safety of all passengers during the National Day holiday travel peak. Trains throughout the country are expected to host 13.32 million passenger trips on Friday alone, said China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. [Xinhua]

 

A railway mechanic works in Yingtan, East China's Jiangxi Province, October 3, 2019. China's railways are striving to ensure the safety of all passengers during the National Day holiday travel peak. Trains throughout the country are expected to host 13.32 million passenger trips on Friday alone, said China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. [Xinhua]

 

A railway mechanic checks the quality of rails in Yingtan, East China's Jiangxi Province, October 3, 2019. China's railways are striving to ensure the safety of all passengers during the National Day holiday travel peak. Trains throughout the country are expected to host 13.32 million passenger trips on Friday alone, said China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. [Xinhua]

 

A railway mechanic checks the train in Yingtan, East China's Jiangxi Province, October 3, 2019. China's railways are striving to ensure the safety of all passengers during the National Day holiday travel peak. Trains throughout the country are expected to host 13.32 million passenger trips on Friday alone, said China State Railway Group Co., Ltd. [Xinhua]

 

Railway mechanics play instruments during the rest time in Yingtan, East China's Jiangxi Province, October 3, 2019. China's railways are striving to ensure the safety of all passengers during the National Day holiday travel peak. Trains throughout the country are expected to host 13.32 million passenger trips on Friday alone, said China State Railway Group Co., Ltd.[Xinhua]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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