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Europe's high-speed rail revolution may spread to U.S.
Posted on Sun, Aug 08, 2010
First of four parts. MADRID, Spain - At precisely 10:30 a.m., with quiet jazz wafting from its speakers, AVE Train 3103 glides out of Atocha Station in central Madrid, its sleek nose pointed east toward a rising sun and Barcelona.
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