Spain’s high-speed challenge

HIGH SPEED rail travel has long since ceased to be an adventure. For more than a decade trains have run routinely at 300 km/h in France, while Japan, Belgium and Spain joined the club during the 1990s. The new Roma - Napoli line in Italy, Britain’s Channel Tunnel Rail Link, ...

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