Passenger flow increases as holiday nears

Updated: 2011-01-23 11:06


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Passenger flow increases as holiday nears
Passengers line up to buy train tickets at a temporary ticket agency at Beijing Railway Station in Beijing, capital city of China, Jan 22, 2011. As heavy snow and freezing rain continue sweeping East, South China and highways are severely affected, stranded passengers have to turn to trains for home as the Spring Festival holiday nears. [Photo/Xinhua] 

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