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cteno4

It was a nice looking train. Always sad to see something at the end of its days like that. Wonder if it was a primer issue or just poor maintenance.

 

jeff

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According to the Japanese Wikipedia article, both formations have been stored since 2013, so yeah 9 years of open air storage in the Japanese climate, without any form of body maintenance will do that to a train, especially if said train is built out of ordinary steel.

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