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The Z264 is a direct express train service operated by China Railway connecting Guangzhou to Lhasa in Tibet. It is the fourth longest train journey in the world, 4,980 km on a scheduled time of 53 hours and 20 minutes, which means 3 days and 2 nights.
Due to its lengthy route, this service is one of the top priority Z-class trains in China, stopping in key cities, namely Chenzhou, Changsha, Wuhan, Zhengzhou, Xi’an, Lanzhou and Xining. Once in Xining, passengers interchange trains to a diesel locomotive pulled train designed for the Qinghai–Tibet railway, still using the same train number and same seats/beds as printed on the ticket.
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