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  1. As reported in another thread, the Tobu 70000 series made its first revenue run on July 7, Tanabata. This video was taken inside the first train from Kita Koshigaya to Naka Meguro.
  2. Metro and Tobu have apparently agreed on a basic design for two upcoming models, the Metro 13000 series and the Tobu 70000 series. These will be used for services that interline between the Metro Hibiya Line and the Tobu Skytree Line. Services are currently operated with a mixture of 3- and 5-door cars; these will all be 20m (sorry Toni) 4-door cars with longitudinal seating, run in 7-car formations. They will come into service from 2016 to 2019. The link below has an image showing the Metro car at top, the Tobu car in the middle, and then the Tobu car's interior at the bottom. http://railf.jp/news/2015/06/18/100000.html
  3. The training center that opened last April in Koto Ward, Shin Kiba: Couple of CMs about the new 13000 series 20m stock for the Hibiya Line:
  4. 13102 formation- origin was Kinki Sharyo factory, destination Koshigaya Freight Terminal. This scene is on the Tokaido Line between Totsuka and Higashi Totsuka.
  5. This Thursday, Nov. 6, Kinki Sharyo announced it had received an order from Tokyo Metro for replacement stock for the Hibiya Line. The order is for a total of 294 cars, to be arranged in 42 trainsets. They will be delivered over a period of three years, from FY2016 to FY2019. Current Hibiya Line rolling stock is operated in 8 car consists, each car being 18m long with either three or five doors per side. The new rolling stock will be 20m long, have 4 doors/side, and operate in 7 car consists. http://response.jp/article/2014/11/07/236805.html *I'm glad Kinki Sharyo got the order, I like many of their designs, which will give (hopefully) a more Kansai aesthetic to Tokyo area rolling stock, which tends to be dominated by slightly cheapy feeling Tokyu Sharyo/J-Trec or Hitachi.
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