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Changhua, Taiwan

Changhua is the next county south of Taichung on the west coast of Taiwan. It is the home of one of the few remaining operating mainline roundhouses in the world.

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Changhua, Taiwan
April 22, 2017 We woke up in Tainan and worked our way north to Changhua to see the roundhouse before returning on the bullet train to Taipei from Taichung.
April 21, 2017 We traveled from Taipei to Kaohsiung on the Taiwanese bullet train.

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