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  1. maihama eki

    Circa 1993

    I dug up the photos from my first trip to Japan in March 1993. I apologize for the quality upfront. They were taken with a pocket 35 mm camera. I was not specifically a fan of Japanese trains at the time, but was generally a train enthusiast. The prints have been sitting around since 1993 before being scanned just recently. Anyway, maybe you will enjoy these despite the sketchy quality. My wife (girlfriend at the time) was working on an extended stay in Japan to support manufacturing start-up of a disk drive. She lived in Tendo. I traveled to Japan and took the train up to visit her. Starting with Shinkansen photos. The Yamagata Shinkansen had just opened in 1992. It was serviced by the 400 series. The trains started at Tokyo Station with a 200 series coupled to a 400 series. They split in Fukushima, and the 400 series continued to Yamagata. That was the end of the line for the Yamagata shinkansen originally. A pair of 400 series at Yamagata station. Same location, photo of a single 400 series with a local train of unidentified nature. A crummy photo of a 200 and 400 together - probably at Tokyo Station. My apologies to the gentleman who walked in front of me just as I snapped the photo. A close-up of the 200 and 400 connected. I think also at Tokyo Station.
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