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  1. I'm a big fan of track inspection trains :). I wonder if they got East i-D fixed up after Watarase bounced it off that crossing.
  2. September 2017

    Great pics West, thank you.
  3. The Introduction Thread...

    Hi Dustin, belated welcome to the forum! Hi Denis, welome to the forum!
  4. My Temporary Setups - Nothing but Trains!

    It looks awesome. I don't recall seeing sentos in rural settings, but otherwise if you can just get rice fields in between the square parcels of land, it'll be near photorealistic :)
  5. Shinkansen Shop!!

    The companies must at least have records about what services a driver or conductor worked, so if they know who owned the watch, they could take a guess at what runs the watch was on :)
  6. Tomix - New Releases

    Those DE10s and passenger cars look pretty great...
  7. Shinkansen Shop!!

    The builder plates in particular look cool, but it seems a little expensive.
  8. Hokkaido Steam

    Yeah, outstanding photos. Please let us know what you think of the book. The 'you might also like' items shown on that amazon page look good, too.
  9. Hello from Detroit Michigan

    Hi Roland, welcome to the forum!
  10. Timonium??

    Wow, time flies. I was down there two years ago to meet you, Jeff, and Nariichi.
  11. I've seen that they're supposed to be retired in 2018. I don't know if that's calendar or fiscal 2018.
  12. Mystery locomotive at the roof of the world

    Nick, I agree it doesn't look Japanese. Whatever it is, it looks really narrow and top-heavy. I wonder what the speed limit would be on its line. How do you like Spilimbergo? I had a look on Street View, pretty nice.
  13. Hello from Colorado

    Hi Shawn, welcome to the forum!
  14. Greetings from Colorado!

    Hi Phillip, welcome to the forum :)
  15. Greetings (or Konnichiwa) from Michigan!

    Hi Tim, welcome to the forum :)
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