World’s fastest train trialed in Japan

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A selected group of fans in Japan have experienced the super speed of their new trains.

One hundred passengers whizzed along a 27 mile route on an amazing new floating train.

The train works by ‘levitating’ above the train tracks using magnets – so they’re nicknamed maglev trains.

The Central Japan Railway Company is testing the trains between the cities of Uenohara and Fuefuki.

The train on this journey traveled at 500km per hour.

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  1. OMG that is soooo fast. I would be so freaking nervous to go on that train cause hat if it crashed! That would be horrible.

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