Eurostar

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Eurostar

® [ˈjʊərəʊˌstɑːʳ] NEurostar ® m
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The singer had some time to spare aboard a Eurostar train on Saturday, which she dedicated to answering fans' questions.
NEW EUROSTAR TRAIN E320 UNVEILED (EPA) - Nicolas Petrovic, the Chief Executive of Eurostar poses for photographs in front of the new Eurostar train e320 at Kings Cross St.
The train, which is on show near the Eurostar train platform at Brussels' Gare du Midi, was created to promote Belgium's chocolate industry in the face of shrinking European market.
The current Eurostar train was first introduced into service in 1994 carrying 750 passengers and operating at speeds of up to 300kph.
These prices include air fare from New York, 4 nightsO accommodation at the 4-star Hotel Michelangelo in Rome, 4 nights at the 4-star Hotel Rivoli in Florence, 8 buffet breakfasts, arrival transfer, Hop On Hop Off tour of Rome, Eurostar train ticket, free ice cream for kids in each city, and a special kit, Florence guidebook, and restaurant discount for kids.
TEACHERS held a singalong to distract pupils as a stowaway screamed for help from under their bus after they drove off the Eurostar train from France.
Summary: LONDON, Muharram 15, 1432, Dec 21, 2010, SPA -- Major delays and cancellations persisted Tuesday at European airports including London&'s Heathrow, and on the Eurostar train link, leaving thousands stranded across Europe.
Tomorrow, the only Eurostar train running between the cities will be the 7.34 pm from London.
CHAOS A failed Eurostar train is pulled out of the tunnel
Passengers from a third were evacuated from the train by Eurotunnel shuttle and later transferred to a Eurostar train bound for St Pancras.
The rst Eurostar train to run following a 16-hour blaze which raged inside the rail link between Britain and France left St Pancras station just before 7am.
In contrast, the fastest speed reached in Britain was 208mph by a Eurostar train on test runs between Ashford and Fawkham Junction in Kent in July 2003.