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This train is the Limited express KEGON bound for Asakusa by series 100. The seal on the top says Look up and Keep up JAPAN under the calamity.
Photo: Apr. 29th, 2011, Kosuge, TOBU Isesaki line, Tokyo, Japan
This train is the Limited express KEGON bound for Tobu-nikko by series 100 over the Sumida river. The tower is the Tokyo Sky Tree, the height is 634m.
Photo: Apr. 29th, 2011, Asakusa, TOBU Isesaki line, Tokyo, Japan
This train is the Limited express RYOMO bound for Akagi by series 200. The tower is the Tokyo Sky Tree, the height is 634m. The seal on the top says Look up and Keep up JAPAN under the calamity.
Photo: Apr. 29th, 2011, Narihirabashi, TOBU Isesaki line, Tokyo, Japan
This train is the Limited express Relay-TSUBAME #49 bound for Shin-yatsushiro operated by series 787. JR Kyushu opened Kyushu shinkansen between Hakata and Shin-yatsuhishiro on 12th. March 2011. So JR Kyushu abolish the Relay-TSUBAME until 11th March 2011.
This is a composite photo. The concept is following.
This is a world in the movie Space Battleship Yamato.
Here is the planet Iscandar, a twin planet with Gamilus.
The train is an IR (=Iscandar Railway) local train.
The EMU was imported from JR-East, series E231.
The planet over the sky...
This train is Limited express WAKASHIO operated by JR-East series 255. Series 255 dash out from Oami station, Sotobo line and I catch that's moment.
There is a uphill from the station, so driver makes full powered acceleration.
Photo: 3rd,Jan.2009, Oami sta., JR Sotobo line, Chiba pref., Japan
Not that long ago gangs of these MLW's ruled CP's mainlines - now they're replaced with AC4400CW's and SD40-2's. This example was retired in 1999 and sent to Canada's biggest RR museum near Montreal, QC called EXPORAIL.
I know this should be in the museum section, but this beast was retired...
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