There is no such thing as "The train" - there are scenic trains, local trains, express trains and so on. =The trip can take anywhere from 7 to 12 hours, depending on which you get.
There is no such thing as a "bullet proof" windshield - they're bullet resistant. To repair one would not be a feasible process. They typically will be either reinforced glass or a clear polymer.
I did some research looking for one of the trains to buy myself, they are made in Canada. I found a company selling one that was 1yr old, for 44,860. yikes!!
Bullet trains are found in Uranus
Bullet trains were first invented in japan!
"Bullet trains" are just electric trains.
Bullet trains are conventional electric trains, named bullet trains due to their streamlining. They use conventional railroad tracks and electric catenary systems, but built and maintained to very tight tolerances.
in English they are referred to as "bullet trains"
China and Japan.
The bullet train was invented by Hideo Shima. First Bullet Train runs between Osaka and Tokyo (Japan) in 1964.
Yes, bullet trains have wheels. They run on rails, just as conventional railroad locomotives and cars do. The trains that operate by magnetic levitation, the so-called MagLev trains, do not have wheels as they ride on a magnetic cushion.
Bullet train(dubai)These are known as MagLev trains. For Magnetic Levitation.
There in india of coarse