Tâi-oân Ko-sok Thih-lō͘

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Tâi-oân Ko-sok Thih-lō͘

Tâi-oân Ko-sok Thih-lō͘ ē-sái kán-chheng Tâi-oân Ko-thih, sī chiong Tâi-pak kap Ko-hiông sio-thàng ê ko-sok thih-lō͘ hē-tóng. Lō͘-sòaⁿ 345.2 kong-lí tn̂g. Sî-sok sī 300 kong-lí. Tùi Tâi-pak kàu Ko-hiông, chi̍t-chōa-lō͘ kan-na 90 hun-cheng. Tâi-oân Ko-thih sī 1 ê BOT àn, pún-té ū-kè 2005-nî 10-goe̍h 31 thong-chhia, āu--lâi iân 1 nî, 2007-nî 1-goe̍h 5 thong-chhia.

Chhia-sin sī Ji̍t-pún-chè ê 700T-hē Sin-kàn-soàⁿ (新幹線 sinkansen) tiān-chhia.

Chhia-chām[siu-kái]

Lō͘-soàⁿ-tô͘
Tâi-tiong Chām

(Lâm-káng) – Tâi-pakPang-kiôThô-hn̂gSin-tek – (Biâu-le̍k) – Tâi-tiong – (Chiong-hoà) – (Hûn-lîm) – Ka-gīTâi-lâmChó-iâⁿ – (Ko-hiông).[1]

Chham-khó[siu-kái]

  1. http://www.dajiyuan.com/b5/6/12/27/n1570675.htm

http://www.epochtimes.com/b5/5/11/7/n1110710.htm

Goā-pō͘ liân-kiat[siu-kái]

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