|KTT - Kowloon Through Train Guangdong Through Train (MTR)|
KTT in Standard livery
ABB (Asea Brown Boveri) - locomotives / Kinki Sharyo - coaches
|Number built||2 locomotive and 12 coaches|
|Fleet numbers||Kowloon Through Train|
|Capacity||184 - 112 first class, 72 premium class|
|Maximum speed||Design speed 240 km/h (150 mph)|
|Power output||12,200 kW|
|Electric system(s)||25 kV AC, 50 Hz Catenary|
|Current collection method||Pantograph|
|Safety system(s)||AWS (former), TBL (enhanced with ATP)|
|Coupling system||Buckeye coupler|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
KTT (Chinese: 九廣通)) is a train set used by the MTR Corporation Limited in Hong Kong on the cross-boundary service to Guangdong route. The KTT is not the only service from Hong Kong to China, Guangdong service is also provided by the mainland Chinese railway operators.
The double-deck "KTT" trailers have lower bottom floor than the ordinary cars serving on the same pair of tracks.
|SBB-CFF-FFS Re 460||2||electric locomotives numbered TLN001 and TLS002 arrived in Hong Kong on 11 May 1997|
|Kinki Sharyo||Premium Class T1 (T1C) passenger carriages and First Class T2 (T2A, T2B) passenger carriages||12|
Between January to May 1998 the KTT cars provided service between Hung Hom and Lo Wu stations. After the whole route was electrified, the KTT serves non-stop between Hung Hom Station and Guangzhou East railway station. Although the train model has a top speed of 230 km/h (143 mph), KTT only runs at a maximum service speed of 160 km/h (99 mph) on the Hong Kong section of the Guangzhou - Kowloon Railway. Under normal demand, KTT has nine compartments (seven first-class compartments and two executive-class compartments).
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