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Fastest Trains in the World

2 monthes ago   |   By Global Traveler Usa

Although airplanes reign supreme when it comes to high-speed travel, trains in Europe and Asia are able to give them a run for their money as the best way to travel long distances.
There is no single definition for what a high-speed train actually signifies, but, generally, newer train lines where trains routinely reach an excess of 160 mph are considered high-speed. The first generation of high-speed trains debuted in the mid-1960s and were generally called bullet trains. Since then, the game has been elevated.
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