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  1. I thought you guys might be interested in maintenance operations with an EMU as a tractor. This made the Tetsudou Fan news feed, although based on the YouTube search results, it's nothing new. In late November and early December, Joshin Dentetsu used their 200 series EMU DEHA 205 to pull HOKI 801 on maintenance of way work, distributing ballast along the Joshin Line (their only line) between Shimonita and Joshin-Tomioka. http://railf.jp/news/2015/12/10/163000.html English Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J%C5%8Dshin_Dentetsu_J%C5%8Dshin_Line m
  2. The September issue of the JTB railway timetable has a picture of a Joshin Dentetsu deki electric locomotive on its cover. It caught my eye at the local bookstore as usually a new train or service is typically used on the cover. Apparently a special run is scheduled for Oct. 4/5. A previous special run in spring of this year:
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