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Little passengers in summar travel rush

2012-07-03 08:18:39 GMT2012-07-03 16:18:39(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Li Shuangping (C), accompanied by his mother and sister, waits for train at Hefei Railway Station in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, July 3, 2012. China's railways are expected to carry 372 million passengers during the 62-day summer travel peak season of this year, which started on July 1.(Xinhua/Du Yu)

A boy accompanied by his mother arrives at Hefei Railway Station in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, July 3, 2012. China's railways are expected to carry 372 million passengers during the 62-day summer travel peak season of this year, which started on July 1.(Xinhua/Du Yu)

A man heads for his train with two children at Hefei Railway Station in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, July 3, 2012. China's railways are expected to carry 372 million passengers during the 62-day summer travel peak season of this year, which started on July 1.(Xinhua/Du Yu)

A boy accompanied by his mother arrives at Hefei Railway Station in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, July 3, 2012. China's railways are expected to carry 372 million passengers during the 62-day summer travel peak season of this year, which started on July 1.(Xinhua/Du Yu)

A boy accompanied by his mother arrives at Hefei Railway Station in Hefei, capital of east China's Anhui Province, July 3, 2012. China's railways are expected to carry 372 million passengers during the 62-day summer travel peak season of this year, which started on July 1.(Xinhua/Du Yu)

China's railways are expected to carry 372 million passengers during the 62-day summer travel peak season of this year, which started on July 1.

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