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Taiwan High Speed Rail's three new stations

2015/11/09 21:50:00

Changhua Station. (CNA photo)

Taiwan High Speed Rail Corp., operator of the bullet train services on the high-speed railway, recently opened three new stations, which are set to enter service Dec. 1, for public preview.

Miaoli Station. (CNA photo)

The Miaoli Station, which is located in the county's Houlong Township, uses a metal framework to reflect the culture of persistence and preservation of local Hakka people, the company said.

Miaoli Station. (CNA photo)

The petal-shaped columns in the Changhua Station and the gardens around it are designed to show the county's role as Taiwan's main flower-producing area.

Changhua Station. (CNA photo)

The Yunlin Station, meanwhile, has a unique look with a curved corridor aimed at creating a sense of being in the woods.

Yunlin Station. (CNA photo)

The public area of the three new stations will be open to visitors between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. daily until Nov. 29, while guided tours of restricted areas are available for people who make reservations by phone.

Yunlin Station. (CNA photo)

(By Wang Shu-fen and Kay Liu)

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