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  1. A very fine front view video by HKASAMA, this is KIKUHA 32-502 and an unknown KIHA 185, possibly KIRO 185-26. RO would mean it has green class seating. There are two KIKUHA 32 cars, 501 and 502. They were new builds(?) by Niigata Engineering in 1997 and 2003, respectively. Whether or not the trucks, etc came from retired KIHA 32s, I can't exactly tell. The KIHA 32s themselves are interesting budget minded DMUs, at least in that they entered service in the last 3 weeks of JNR. My understanding is that the KIKUHA designation includes KI not because they have diesels (they're not
  2. On 1 & 2 July 2018 a 'Sayonara Tour' for the JR Shikoku TSE has been held. The TSE was the prototype for what eventually became the 2000 series. During the last couple of years, the TSE has mainly been used for Uwakai limited express services between Matsuyama and Uwajima. Along with the retirement of the TSE, the N2000 series has been introduced on some Uwakai services. Worth mentioning is that part of the tour was running along the original Mukaibara - Iyo-Ozu section of the Yosan Line, which became disused for express trains after the opening of the rebuilt Uchik
  3. JR Shikoku will paint an 8000 series in TRA livery, and TRA will paint an 800 type in JR Shikoku 8000 livery: https://trafficnews.jp/post/66414/
  4. http://toden.exblog.jp/24565618/ https://www.harmonate-forum.com/pc/photo/detail/id/24408
  5. Not sure how long its been since an official release, but while in Matsuyama, I got to practice my Japanese, or rather a Japanese station attendant got to practice his English. We were talking while I had a wait for a train to Takamatsu. He was telling me that the decent size yard and shops behind the station are to be torn down when JR Matsuyama-eki is torn down within the year. (I later saw a huge construction board in front of the station showing the new project, pix posted) From what I was told, they plan to tear down the station and build a new elevated viaduct station and eliminate a
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