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Date: 01/08/19 06:09
Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

Starting from Shimuya station:
Yamanote loop line train Class 231 EMU;
Shonan-Shinjyuku line (so-to-speak "Big Left") train Class 231 EMU (Northbounder).






Date: 01/08/19 06:15
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

At JR East Yoyogi station:
Chuou Kanko Class 231;
Yamanote Loop brand new class 233 (this will be replacing good ole class 231).






Date: 01/08/19 06:17
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

At JR East Shinjyuku station:
Class 231 Yamanote loop line train
Class 231 Chuou Kanko train






Date: 01/08/19 06:21
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

At JR East Tokyo station:
Yamanote Loop train Class 233;
The Tokyo station (not Amsterdam Central station);
Looking up the the dome ceiling.








Date: 01/08/19 06:23
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

Some Ltd, Expresses out/into Tokyo station:
Jyoban line and Boso line EMUs.






Date: 01/08/19 15:46
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

At JR EAST Iidabashi station, Chuo Kanko Class 231 (ex-Yamanote line EMU);
At Kanda,fFrom left to right Keihin-tohoku line Class 233, Chuou Class 233s;
At Tokyo station, Tohoku Shinkase was waiting for the signal indication.
 








Date: 01/08/19 15:48
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

At JR East Hamamatsucho station:
South bound Keishin-tohoku line train was approching to the station;
Good rollby, Tokdaido line train.






Date: 01/08/19 17:25
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: birdman

So much variety.  It’s amazing,



Date: 01/09/19 00:25
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

birdman Wrote:
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> So much variety.  It’s amazing,

Thank you for visiting.

Here are some Tokaido Shin-kansen action photos








Date: 01/09/19 02:09
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: norm1153

I'll have to go through these several times to pick up all the interesting details.  Wow, thank you for posting these!   I hope to ride some of this equipment on my Tokyo trip this coming fall, if all goes well.

Thanks,
Norfm
 



Date: 01/09/19 06:57
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

norm1153 Wrote:
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> I'll have to go through these several times to
> pick up all the interesting details.  Wow, thank
> you for posting these!   I hope to ride some of
> this equipment on my Tokyo trip this coming fall,
> if all goes well.
>
> Thanks,
> Norfm
>  
Yes, welcome to Japan!

Here are some more from JR East Oku station:
For switching tasks, this unit (class DE10 note A-A-A B wheel arrangement) has been used here at Oku yard.  She is all the way from Takasaki engine house;
Here is under "LUGO" an ex-blue train service dinner;
And ex-Chuo line Ltd. Express service EMUs, now under LUGO. Waiting for re-assignments.


 








Date: 01/09/19 07:04
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

Some from JR EAST Shinjyuku:
"Chuo Tokkai" which is Rapid train service out from Tokyo to the west side of the metro area, Class 233;
NEX to Narita Airport;
New Ltd. Express "Azusa."
 








Date: 01/09/19 19:30
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: cabsignaldrop

Great photos, thank you for sharing!



Date: 01/10/19 18:29
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Frank30

Wow!, what a wonderful variety of equipment, thanks for posting.
I have one question, there are many views where the train is at a curved
platform. It would appear that the train door wouldnot be  very close to the
platform at the center of each car. Are gap fillers used or are the passengers
especially careful when entering or exiting the train??
Frank30



Date: 01/11/19 05:46
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

Yes, some stations, you can see some gap fillers (hard rubber made fillers).  Or even some EMUs have extra steps underneath the doors.

Hope this helps,

Hiroshi


Frank30 Wrote:
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> Wow!, what a wonderful variety of equipment,
> thanks for posting.
> I have one question, there are many views where
> the train is at a curved
> platform. It would appear that the train door
> wouldnot be  very close to the
> platform at the center of each car. Are gap
> fillers used or are the passengers
> especially careful when entering or exiting the
> train??
> Frank30



Date: 01/11/19 06:22
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

At JR EAST Shinjyuku station, New and Old Ltd. Ex. "Azusa."






Date: 01/12/19 01:02
Re: Tokyo Winter Wonderlander
Author: Hiroshi

All gates were down. Have been protected.
Proceed at the normal operating speed!
The NEX bound for Narita Express passed the crossing near Yoyogi station.








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