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  1. I don't recall seeing many JR Kyushu front view videos. Here are two in the southeastern part of Kyushu. Really great scenery. JR Kyushu designates the two-car Umisachi Yamasachi as KIHA 125-400. The cars were acquired from the defunct Takachiho Railway. by 485JNR_NICHIRIN - Kagoshima-Chuo to Miyazaki on the Nippo Main Line. by Arkibk Train Aki - Nango to Miyazaki on the Nichinan Line. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Umisachi_Yamasachi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takachiho_Railway
  2. SL58654号

    KATO SL Hitoyoshi (?)

    My local Kumamoto hobby shop has disclosed to me that KATO intends to produce the SL Hitoyoshi (as well as SL Aso Boy while they're at it) in N gauge during 2022. I trust their word as since they're long-time KATO dealers for several decades now, and I'm a frequent customer of theirs. It makes sense considering the number of JR Kyushu trains and locomotives they've made so far, never mind the Tohoku-region (2028-1) 8620. I'm hopping we'll all see it as a Planned Product in the soon-to-be-released 2022 catalog. I really like their JR Kyushu DE10. This is the video from which I originally learned of the SL Hitoyoshi, way back before I came here. It immediately became my favorite train in Japan.
  3. Interesting report. Of interest is page 48, which gives some reasons for punctuality: http://ec.europa.eu/transport/rail/research/doc/bob.pdf
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