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  1. Another excellent video (like the Nankai one) produced by jiyuukimamanatetsudodouga, this time from the up direction platforms at Matsuzaka Station, on the Kintetsu Yamada Line. Some notables: -5200 series box seat stock used on express services, this type is common on this and the Nagoya Line. Less common on the Osaka Line, as the seating arrangement is inappropriate for rush hour crowding prevalent on that line on the inner urban portions. Many of the express services from Nagoya terminate at Matsuzaka, utilizing the middle road as the arrival track. -note the relatively sparse services on the (single track, non-electrified) adjacent Kisei Main Line. -station announcements refer to all-stops local services as "futsu" rather than the "kakuekiteisha" used in Osaka region Kintetsu stations. -at 27:51 the premium ltd. express Shimakaze passes through. *I like the low angle used here, gives more of a "you are there" feeling.
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