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More train tickets available online

By Tan Zongyang (China Daily)

11:05, November 20, 2011

BEIJING - Train passengers are welcoming the authorities' plan to sell train tickets online but remain concerned that the system will not be that user-friendly.

Tickets for Z nonstop express trains will go on sale online nationwide on Sunday, and sales for the T express trains will begin on Dec 10, the Ministry of Railways said on Thursday.

Passengers can log on at www.12306.cn, the ministry's official online ticket-booking website, to buy train tickets.

The website began to sell train tickets online in June, but only for high-speed trains like the G and D fast trains, and the C intercity express trains.

More passengers have shifted from buying tickets at railway stations and ticket outlets to telephone and online bookings, which eliminates the aggravation of waiting in line and may also help curb ticket scalping.

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We went on their special Father Christmas nirats with our oldest Child and she loved it and very good value for money! We will be visiting again this weekend for their Thomas the Tank day with both our children and our nephew. Will keep visiting!
  

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