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ED 62-1 on Ida line when I visited in 1976

 

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Nice pic!  That's a classic JNR mixed freight that'll fit on any layout.

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Modellbahn JP

I visited Amarube bridge in 1976

 

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JNR Series 82 DMU

 

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JNR Series 82 DMU

 

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JNR Series 58 DMU

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The picture looks very scary today! 😅

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Shinkansen E3 EMU at Akita station in New year's day 2002

 

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JR-E Series 485 EMU "Hokuetsu" arrived at Nagaoka station in 2000

 

 

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JNR Series 81 DMU at Wakayama station in 1976

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Thank you @Modellbahn JP

These are again great photos. I especially like the JNR era photos. The ED62 Iida freight, Amarube bridge looks incredible, sad but inevitable it got replaced by a concrete bridge. I assume a Kamome or Matsukaze service Kiha 82 going across and the lovely Kiha 81 Kuroshio. 

 

Your rail tour in 1976 was before i was born but so many interesting trains that i have in either or both N and HO model form

 

Thank you for posting.

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Modellbahn JP

Thank you for your comment @Kamome

 

I remember Kiha 82 of photos at Amarube was Exp. "Hamakaze"

My elder son visited Amarube bridge just before was replaced by a concrete.

I felt it somehow looked different from the past.

Kiha 81 at Wakayama station was later days and withdrew immediately after I took photos.

 

I'm glad you to continue enjoying my photos !

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Very nice shots, I love the kiha 81 espically.  It reminded me that I need to finish adding the details to my kato model!

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Modellbahn JP

Thank you! @Kiha66

 

I hope your plan will be completed soon.

I think Kato's kiha 81 in HO scale is good.

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I agree. It’s a very well made model and there’s not too many parts to add. I have also seen some third party company called Fuji Parts who make metal handrails for both the Kiha 81 and 82 from Kato.

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JR-W Class Kiha 181 DMU "Hamakaze" at Kobe station in 2004

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Shinkansen Series 100 EMU "Grand Hikari" departed from Okayama station in 1997

 

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JR-E Class 66 Electric Locomotive "Asakaze" at Tokyo station in 1999

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Modellbahn JP

I visited Ōigawa Railway Co., Ltd. (Shizuoka prefecture) in 1995.

 

 

Class C56 steam locomotive at Senzu station

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miyakoji
On 7/14/2021 at 8:16 AM, Modellbahn JP said:

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JR-W Class Kiha 181 DMU "Hamakaze" at Kobe station in 2004

These are a favorite of mine.  I saw them on Super Inaba service at Okayama in 2003.  As they accelerated from the platform, the engines would throttle up dramatically, drop back to near idle, then again to high rpm (for diesels, it was probably low 2000s rpm or something).  An impressive sight/sound before I wandered over to the Kibi Line platform for a KIHA40 home.

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Modellbahn JP
10 hours ago, miyakoji said:

These are a favorite of mine.  I saw them on Super Inaba service at Okayama in 2003.  As they accelerated from the platform, the engines would throttle up dramatically, drop back to near idle, then again to high rpm (for diesels, it was probably low 2000s rpm or something).  An impressive sight/sound before I wandered over to the Kibi Line platform for a KIHA40 home.

Thank you for your comment!

I took this photo when I visited Amarube bridge.

As you said, I was surprised sound of engine.

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Modellbahn JP

I visited Iida line took photos of Series 52 EMU called as "Ryuden(Streamline EMU)"  in 1976

 

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Near Toyokawa station

 

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Side view

 

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Near Toyohashi station

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Very nice as always @Modellbahn JP

Those Iida line electrics were so nice. I shall use this as a reference for my Kato n gauge version. I really like the look of the railways when they weren’t at their best. These sorts of trains make great weathering projects.

 

Surprisingly, Japanese models haven’t started doing factory weathering like British outline. There are also a number of British model shops that do custom weathering as a sideline to their main business.

 

I remember the Kyushu model shop had been selling some of their in-house weathered models like the Kato JR Shikoku 2000系

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Modellbahn JP
11 hours ago, Kamome said:

Very nice as always @Modellbahn JP

Those Iida line electrics were so nice. I shall use this as a reference for my Kato n gauge version. I really like the look of the railways when they weren’t at their best. These sorts of trains make great weathering projects.

 

Surprisingly, Japanese models haven’t started doing factory weathering like British outline. There are also a number of British model shops that do custom weathering as a sideline to their main business.

 

I remember the Kyushu model shop had been selling some of their in-house weathered models like the Kato JR Shikoku 2000系

Thank you for your post.

 

As you said, Makers aren't keen to make weathered models in japan.

I think the reason why that is because japanese modelers are prefer to absolutely brand-new items and feel weathered model is dirty.

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Modellbahn JP

I stopped by Tokyo before traveled Hokkaido in 1980.

Because I lived in Kobe so I had to go via Tokyo or Niigata.

 

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JNR Class EF65-1104 Electric Locomotive and Series 24 sleeper Blue Train "Asakaze" near Oomori

 

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JNR Class EF65-1114 Electric Locomotive and Series 24 sleeper Blue Train "Seto" at Tamachi station

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In 1976, I touched at Wakayama station and took a photo of Series 70 EMU on the Hanwa line before visited the Kisei line.

 

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disturbman
On 7/19/2021 at 4:15 AM, miyakoji said:

An impressive sight/sound before I wandered over to the Kibi Line platform for a KIHA40 home.


I‘m sure the 40s were not as impressive.

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