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  1. bikkuri bahn

    Kawasaki efWING bogies on NY subway

    I wasn't aware of this until yesterday, but since last year Kawasaki has been testing their efWING CFRP bogies on NY subway rolling stock. This is not noted in the Japanese wikipedia entry. More recent example: KHI website: https://www.khi.co.jp/mobility/rail/bogie/efwing.html
  2. Related to Kawasaki Heavy Industries efWING bogie, a component used in that product: http://www.plasticsnews.com/article/20151222/NEWS/151229950/carbon-fiber-goes-to-work-on-the-railroad
  3. Interesting video, location is the Shimayacho Crossing, near Ajikawaguchi Station on JR West Yumesaki Line. Numerous shots of the various types of commercial trucks that can be seen. This YouTube user has other railway crossing videos of locations in the Kansai area.
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