World's Largest Underground High-Speed Rail Station Is Not A Concept, To Be Completed In 2015
May 04, 2012 12:09
When the Express Rail Link west Kowloon Terminus is completed in 2015, it will be the world's largest underground high speed rail station. It will occupy 4,628,481 sq/ft and its the work of architectural studio Aedas.
From the central Hong Kong terminal's 15 tracks, high-speed trains capable of reaching up to 124mph will convey travelers from one city to another in a record 48-minute's time.
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