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Nick_Burman

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLJBW5tIxBM

 

Just what Alejandro was looking for... The Okawa shuttle and at 5:08 a DE10 rolls by with a mixed train of covered hoppers (Nissin also stored/sold grain to other operators) and boxcars.

 

Another possibility could be one of JNR's Nagoya Port lines: http://tsushima-keibendo.a.la9.jp/rinkou/rinkou1.html

 

Cheers Nicholas

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Alejandro_SCL

Thanks @Nick_Burman!!. And a 3 car EMU at 6:02!!. Wonderful. 

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Alejandro_SCL

 

Interesting picture of google earth showing an EMU parked at Hama Kawasaki station ... effectively the station is designed for a maximum of three cars.

 

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Alejandro_SCL
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Here I'm planning a 930 mm lenght single track module, with a trimmed to 3 car capacity passenger station. The module has room for a two track small yard:

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I Will need to close one of the stations entrantes; and adapt a platform  terminal at the end (about 62 mm  lenght):

 

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But un general it will work. What do you think??

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Khaul

I like the Kato elevated station! I also started planning for a single track operation with a loop. I ended up performing surgery on my modules to adapt for double track operations.

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