Around Town: China's last narrow gauge passenger train Posted by otctony • August 25, 2011, 2:10pm Owo, it recalled much of my memories on the childhood train experience. When I was a little kid, I had been on such kind of green cover train with that kind of slice hard paper train tickets. I also remembered there was a kind of sugar water sold in the small transparent plastic bags on the platform. Very impressive. Now we can order kinds of newly developed aircon high speed trains to almost every cities, for a day tour, a tour package or a free trekking, all in a convenient way. Recently I was on several bullet-head trains from Xian to Luoyang and Shanghai to Hangzhou, round trip in one day, if in past days, it would take us double hours on the way.