China | China's high-speed trains turn into 'smoggy gold'
  • A high-speed train arriving in Beijing from Xuzhou in the eastern province of Jiangsu on 4 January, Jiangsu China.com posted on Weibo account.
    A high-speed train arriving in Beijing from Xuzhou in the eastern province of Jiangsu on 4 January, Jiangsu China.com posted on Weibo account.
  • A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
    A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
  • A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
    A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
  • A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
    A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
  • A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
    A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
  • A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
    A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
  • A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
    A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
  • A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
    A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
  • A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.
    A high-speed train undergoing cleaning. Photo via the state PeopleRail.com Weibo.

China’s high-speed trains turn into ‘smoggy gold’

Even railway transport cannot escape the scourge of smog now blanketing the northern region

January 5, 2017 4:30 PM (UTC+8)