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  1. Shinkansen halted in Nagoya after oil leak and cracked frame found OSAKA – West Japan Railway Co. (JR West) reported what is the first recorded “serious incident,” a designation in the transport ministry’s accident-classification system introduced in 2001, on a shinkansen after a crack and oil leak were discovered underneath a running bullet train bound for Tokyo. https://www.japantimes.co.jp/?post_type=news&p=1321322#.WjR9Ft-nHcc
  2. source, with additional maps/diagrams: https://www.texascentral.com/2018/01/29/north-texas-bullet-train-station/
  3. http://www.railjournal.com/index.php/high-speed/jr-central-tests-sic-power-modules-on-shinkansen-train.html?channel=523
  4. http://ajw.asahi.com/article/behind_news/social_affairs/AJ201409180073 *not mentioned here, but mentioned in the original Japanese print article, the actual main purpose of the speed-up is not to reduce the total travel time (though that is the general public advertising point) , but rather to facilitate faster timetable recovery in instances of accidents, bad weather, etc. Back in JNR days, the average delay in shinkansen services (in one year) typically ranged over two minutes, while this past decade, this has been reduced to under a minute- in the case of 2003, six seconds. However, last year, the average delay figure rose to 54 seconds. Presumably this technical development will help get that number back down again.
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    Kato N700 motor

    Hi guys, need a motor for the kato n700 (10-547) motor car, any advice?
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