The longest train in the world is now an actual thing.
A train with a journey of more than 500 miles (720 kilometers) will leave Sydney for Hong Kong on May 29.
The route, known as the Shanghai-Hong Kong line, will have a maximum speed of about 300 miles per hour (480 kilometers per hour).
The train will also be equipped with automatic braking, which means passengers will be able to accelerate and decelerate by using the wheel on the side of the carriage, according to a timetable released by the Chinese Railway Company.
The Shanghai-HKX line, which was first launched in 2007, has already crossed over six continents, and has become one of the world’s longest train networks, according an Associated Press article.