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Which website to check train availability & cost

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Hi guys!
Could you suggest websites which give real time info about availability and cost of Chinese trains?
My plan is to book at the stations, when I am in China (next month), though I try to know the real prices, so I make up my mind and have the info beforehand about which train to take, and then go to station or city ticket office to buy the actual ticket
Maybe occasionaly I'd by a ticket online if it is safe...
After searching I found these sites:

http://www.chinahighlights.com/china-trains/
http://www.travelchinaguide.com/china-trains/
http://www.chinatripadvisor.com/train/
http://www.chinatraintickets.net/china-trains/

Do you recommend any of them, you had good experience, reliable info, real prices instead of web inflated?
Thanks in advance!!!!
Nikos

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