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  1. DC Metro Train crossing Potomac

    DC Metro Train crossing Potomac

  2. Metro North at Bear Mountain Bridge

    Metro North at Bear Mountain Bridge

    A northbound MNR train is about to pass underneath the Bear Mountain Bridge, enroute to Poughkeepsie from GCT. This is the 6:48 out of GCT.
  3. TOKYU/TOKYO METRO Shibuya station #4

    TOKYU/TOKYO METRO Shibuya station #4

    This is a view from temporary passage. (underground, B5F) Eevrybody can shoot the trains, safely.
  4. TOKYU/TOKYO METRO Shibuya station #3

    TOKYU/TOKYO METRO Shibuya station #3

    Here's the other side of the photo #1. (Shinjyuku-sanchome side) The temporary passage is use for not only passage but also shooting spot! Many person shoot the train by the camera with cellular phone and digital cameras.
  5. TOKYU/TOKYO METRO Shibuya station #2

    TOKYU/TOKYO METRO Shibuya station #2

    Platform #3 (in the left) and #4 (in the right) are in service for Fukutoshin line. These 2 tracks will be use for TOKYU Toyoko line in F.Y. 2012. Currently, 3 temporary passages are over there between platform #3 and #4.
  6. TOKYU/TOKYO METRO Shibuya station #1

    TOKYU/TOKYO METRO Shibuya station #1

    METRO Fukutoshin line opened on Jun. 14th, 2008. Here's the Shibuya station of TOKYU railways for Fukutoshin line. This model shows the construction of Shibuya station and it's concept is "Underground starship" produced by Mr.Tadao Ando. These 2 tracks are not in service and under...
  7. THE new MATRIX world

    THE new MATRIX world

    Here's THE new MATRIX world! The new subway line, Fukutoshin line opened on Jun. 14th, 2008. There are 13 subway lines and the total length is 312.4Km (194.2mile) in the Tokyo metropolitan area. METRO Chiyoda line: 24.0Km, Kita-ayase - Ayase - Otemachi - Yoyogi-uehara METRO Fukutoshin...
  8. Top of the world

    Top of the world

    Shinjyku station is complex and large. 5 railway company locates each station and 31 platforms. Number of passengers getting on and off is 2572644 people/day, it's a top of the world. JR Shinjyuku station, 757013 people/day...
  9. Tokyo metro series 02 at Korakuen

    Tokyo metro series 02 at Korakuen

    The EMU is Tokyo metro series 02, at Korakuen in Marunouchi line. A white dome in the right-hand is called "Big-Egg", a baseball ground of YG (Yomiuri Giants). The famous hitter Mr.Oh, Mr.Nagashima, Mr.Matsui and the pitcher Mr.Egawa were player of Youmiuri Giants.
  10. 125th Street

    125th Street

    Two Metro North Commuter trains pass at the elevated platforms above 125th Street in New York City.
  11. Cape Gauge Meeting

    Cape Gauge Meeting

    Two Tranz Metro DMUs meet on the Northern Island Main Trunk Line in bright New Zealand sunlight with Auckland skyline as background.
  12. NJ Transit/Metro North Port Jervis yard

    NJ Transit/Metro North Port Jervis yard

    NJ Transit/Metro North commuter train #73 has completed its run from Hoboken, NJ to Port Jervis, NY.
  13. Jersey City Skyline

    Jersey City Skyline

    The waterfront skyline of downtown Jersey City is visible in the background as an NJ Transit/Metro North train bound for Port Jervis approaches the tunnel though the Palisades shortly after leaving Hoboken Terminal.
  14. Hudson Line

    Hudson Line

    A Metro North train #880 heads south on the Hudson Line at Manitou, NY.
  15. TFM on BNSF Tracks

    TFM on BNSF Tracks

    TFM 1603 leads a grain train past the Metro siding in north Texas.
  16. Closer View

    Closer View

    Northbound FL9 on Park Ave. Viaduct.
  17. Room With A View

    Room With A View

    Northbound FL9 on Park Ave. Viaduct.
  18. Escuela Militar Station

    Escuela Militar Station

    Metro de Santiago del Chile
  19. Metro Ginza line

    Metro Ginza line

    Ginza line is the first subway in Japan. This EMU is Metro series 01.
  20. Signboard of subway museum

    Signboard of subway museum

    This is a signboard of subway museum at kasai in Tokyo metro tozai line. The signboard shows newest EMUs for 9 lines.



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