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China's 1st underground inter-city light rail line put in use

2010-11-03 12:34:37 GMT2010-11-03 20:34:37 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Passengers wait on the platform at Xilang station, the terminal of Guangzhou-Foshan metro line in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2010. Guangzhou-Foshan line, the light rail linking Guangzhou and Foshan, was officially put in use on Wednesday. The 21-kilometers line is China's first underground inter-city light rail line, offering passengers a seamless joint between the two cities. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

A train arrives at Xilang station, the terminal of Guangzhou-Foshan metro line in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2010. Guangzhou-Foshan line, the light rail linking Guangzhou and Foshan, was officially put in use on Wednesday. The 21-kilometers line is China's first underground inter-city light rail line, offering passengers a seamless joint between the two cities. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

A staff guides passengers boarding the train at Xilang station, the terminal of Guangzhou-Foshan metro line in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2010. Guangzhou-Foshan line, the light rail linking Guangzhou and Foshan, was officially put in use on Wednesday. The 21-kilometers line is China's first underground inter-city light rail line, offering passengers a seamless joint between the two cities. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

Passengers board in a carriage on Guangzhou-Foshan metro line in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2010. Guangzhou-Foshan line, the light rail linking Guangzhou and Foshan, was officially put in use on Wednesday. The 21-kilometers line is China's first underground inter-city light rail line, offering passengers a seamless joint between the two cities. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

Passengers board in a carriage on Guangzhou-Foshan metro line in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2010. Guangzhou-Foshan line, the light rail linking Guangzhou and Foshan, was officially put in use on Wednesday. The 21-kilometers line is China's first underground inter-city light rail line, offering passengers a seamless joint between the two cities. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

A staff guides passengers at Xilang station, the terminal of Guangzhou-Foshan metro line in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2010. Guangzhou-Foshan line, the light rail linking Guangzhou and Foshan, was officially put in use on Wednesday. The 21-kilometers line is China's first underground inter-city light rail line, offering passengers a seamless joint between the two cities. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

A staff guides passengers at Xilang station, the terminal of Guangzhou-Foshan metro line in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong Province, Nov. 3, 2010. Guangzhou-Foshan line, the light rail linking Guangzhou and Foshan, was officially put in use on Wednesday. The 21-kilometers line is China's first underground inter-city light rail line, offering passengers a seamless joint between the two cities. (Xinhua/Chen Yehua)

Guangzhou-Foshan line, the light rail linking Guangzhou and Foshan, was officially put in use on Wednesday.

The 21-kilometers line is China's first underground inter-city light rail line, offering passengers a seamless joint between the two cities.

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