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151446 No.125001   [Reply]

A Series 0 to the left, the Tetsudo Hobby Train to the right. Pic from Wikicommons.

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>>125024
>>125027

They aped the Shink, yet they went with the European equipment and tech when it came time for their own HSR?

>> No.125055  

>>125054 Korea has always been rather interesting to me regarding railroads. Mostly the locomotives have been American and European designs. While the rolling stock all European.

There is still a giant xenophobia in the culture, and they really hate Japan. Then again the Japanese built the country's first railroads. Although that was under colonial rule.

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>>125055

The coaches pulled by the Shinkansen cowled USA made diesel engine are Japanese made (Nissha). The majority of commuter EMU are made with Japanese licenses (Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Kawasaki, etc.), but bare the manufacturing plates of the Korean builders/assemblers (Daewoo, Rotem, Hyundai, etc.), not to upset the public. The same goes with most electronics in Korean railway equipment (Toshiba, Hitachi, etc.).

Newer rolling stock are almost 100% domestically manufactured, but are mainly retro engineered 1000 and 5000 class trains with modernised bodies and electronic equipment, which are again based on Japanese JNR 103 series and Seibu 6000s.

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>>125058

Sounds like how the Koreans couldn't directly import Japanese game consoles made by Nintendo and Sega, so instead Nintendo and Sega consoles were built and sold in Korea by Samsung.

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>>125054
And as it turned out, the TGV ended up performing rather terribly in their environment so they turned to more domestic production. That and they found the European convention of fixed seating was also horrible so backwards facing seats were discounted.

(Seems to be a thing in Australia much as Japan. Nobody likes fixed seating and neither do I)

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>>125063

>> No.125121  

>>125066
Is the KTX-430 based off anything or is it entirely domestically engineered?

>> No.125122  

>>125121
If what they say is true, it is pretty much all domestic. Which would make sense too as there really isn't anything on conventional rail out there marketed to run at 430km/h. Sure the Velaro E is marketed for 380km/h but unlike the chinese Shinkansen knockoffs, this seems to be quite different in architecture. At the same time though, despite being earmarked for a 2015 debut, I don't see it complete yet.

>> No.125124  

>>125122
Any idea how well the prototype has been performing in testing?

>> No.125208  

>>125121
Domestic. Hyundai Rotem. They actually built the last wave of Reseau before they changed the rolling stock altogether.



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6545 No.125161   [Reply]

Anyone have news about if UP G3 was hit by the tornadoes that hit the Chicagoland area today.
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Also, I hope up collective is okay.

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Holy balls!

>> No.125186  

>>125181
I suppose it would be in bad taste to point out what the tornado did to the thumbnail.

>> No.125187  

>>125186
Lol my bad....

For future refence a tornado sounds like a jet engine

This noise at 0:03(constant)
https://youtu.be/fLhoUfd4shQ

Plus this f-15 in full burner:

https://youtu.be/r_CGttOjwW8

>> No.125194  

>>125187

I always hear people on the news describe the sound as if it's "like a freight train".

>> No.125195  

>>125194
It takes people who actually know what a freight train sounds like to accurately describe it.

>> No.125197  

So if you are on a freight train would you not be able to hear it?

>> No.125200  

>>125197
THAT'S DEEP

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>>125179
...it's good to see that it DID miss...
...and it's good to see that you are okay...

>> No.125204  

>>125202

Ty its all good

Not my video
http://tinyurl.com/l6ned5s

>> No.125205  

>>125204 That dude is incredibly chill about that whole thing. "oh look, it bent my mirror back."
I would not have been so calm... by a lot.



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635832 No.125199   [Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AETc2Hn-Kk -- A video on the BR class 60 locomotive (nicknamed Tug by railfen).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICKuDGcjIaA -- A brace of 37s with a dead 60 and a rake of clay cars.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUFkHQaEeVc -- Shots of Class 70s moving stuff.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVkTVhzXp0A -- Close to an hour's worth of Class 50 locos and stuff like that.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fmtFYpRBSc -- The view from a Class 87's cab. As you can hear, the AWS bell/horn are 'ðe reol þyng'.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-M5eKN7qtWg -- Looks like every diesel loco class there ever was.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZS5Udg4jkk -- Leander (45690) going at Warp Ridiculous.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJQfbeVGzFA -- Sir Nigel Gresley (60007) is no slowpoke either.



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516659 No.124867   [Reply]

seriously?

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>>125095
Before steam engines, horses were used to pull trains. They can't replace a 4000 HP locomotive, but real horses have been bred to pull things.

>> No.125101  

thats only one horse how can that work? that train is Sooo heavy.

>> No.125102  

webm related http://a.pomf.se/azilmu.webm

also webm support when?

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It used to only take up to a team of 2 to pull a streetcar.

>> No.125162  

>>125100
No, one horse can't, but 4000 could!
>>125101
Roller bearings, baby.

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>> No.125168  

What movie it that from? i think i should know it, but i don't.

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>>125168

Spirit, Stallion of the Cimmaron. Dreamworks animated movie about a horse in the wild west and his various encounters with man and machinery.

>> No.125198  

thank you. i watched that movie with some friends the other day. rather good. would recommend it to others.

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Sage
>>125198

No.

>Sage [hen] goes in all fields


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122302 No.125127   [Reply]

http://en.rocketnews24.com/2015/04/08/the-times-they-are-a-changin-snapshots-of-tokyo-50-years-ago-vs-today%e3%80%90photos%e3%80%91/

A clagging steam locomotive on one side, a gleaming shinkansen train on the other. Talk about a contrast.

>> No.125132  

Sometimes, Japan likes to revert time:

>> No.125139  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Mzydz2XvHs

Delivery of the Shinkansen 1000. Including a bit where you see it pulled by a steam loco at around 2:20. Funny how the tides turn.

>> No.125170  

>>125139
My mind was tripped by the shot starting around 4:20. I had never realized that the entire nose cone lit up. What was the point of that?

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>>125170
Purely aesthetic. In the end it was decided as not worth it likely due to the nightmare dealing with a dozen fluoro tubes. It would've given meaning to the name Hikari though - quite literally lighting the way.

>> No.125175  

Wonder how long until someone looks at a box of LED bulbs and thinks: "Why not try something like that Shinkansen Rudolf nose with these?"

>> No.125190  

Were the Japanese the first to really adopt automated sliding doors on a mass scale outside of subway systems?

>> No.125191  
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hawOpGarkqk&spfreload=10

Am I hearing that right? Is that the sound of wheels going over jolted rails?

>> No.125193  

>>125191
It's mostly a thing with bridge structures. Shinkansen is CWR after all. I'm guessing since bridges back then moved more, there could be a joint. Or certain bridge structures amplify the rolling noises.



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107345 No.125123   [Reply]

Some one was telling me this train set was collectible. I that true and if so how much is it worth?

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SPRING BREAK HAS ARRIVED

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Tha noo... the Shingo Hammer will likely deplay faster.

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Spike maul

>> No.125134  

>>125133
I actually have one of those, would you like to borrow it for the newfriends?

>> No.125142  

O, brother. think i was tricked into posting this here. sorry the guy that said to ask what it was worth was laughing really hard today.

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>railfanbrony.blogspot.com
>> No.125145  

Oh, just sneak some fart powder into the git's beer. It's probably some fermented piss, anyway.

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>>125123
i think you've been had.

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>>125123

>collectible

Depends on who's collecting? Model railroaders? Probably not. Bronies? Little girls? Maybe.

I can't give you a price figure, though, as I am not an appraiser of such objects.

In any case, we are aware of the existence of the My Little Pony train set.

>> No.125192  

these go for as little as $7.99 with free shipping on ebay. Of course they don't come with all the cars. So maybe 13-17 u.s. dollars. Shipping included.



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65192 No.124840   [Reply]

F40PH be multi track drifting before it was cool.

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>> No.125152  

>>125143
There are people on 4chan stupid enough to actually follow an instruction to "rm -rf /" or "delete system32" so a donation isn't entirely unexpected.

>> No.125154  

>>125143

It's because we know better than to waste our money, when you 1. Do not have an F40PH 2. Have no place to put said F40PH.

Additionally, we know that three are already preserved, one at CSRRM; one in Spencer, NC; and one in Ogden, UT.

Don't bother guilt tripping us for having common sense.

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>>125135

>$21.05

Why.

>> No.125159  

>>125158 I know, I would only get $1 or so from that. Still I have netted almost $100 so far.

>> No.125163  

>>125143

>can't be bothered

Sorry, ham, but I CAN be bothered. I can be bothered to find out where my money can be put to good use. I can be bothered to see what has the greatest need. I can be bothered to open my eyes for half a second to see that you have no way to execute your terrible, terrible plan. I was sufficiently bothered to donate $400 to charity so far this month, and you haven't seen a cent of it.

>> No.125166  

>>125163

>arguing with Ham

Just let it go and move on.

>> No.125167  

>>125166
Polish M62's in every field.

>> No.125174  

>>125163 I 90% have a place to put it. It is at a museume with conection to the railroad network. They were very open to the idea, but they diden't want to fulley commit untill a locomotive is avaible. As the orginazations President said I am in a Chicken and Egg situation I am more then happey to dicuss this stuff if anyone has any questions.

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>> No.125196  

>>1251847



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4131347 No.124835   [Reply]

Who post here?

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Wake up Mr Freeman. Wake up and smell the ashes.

(still trains I guess, seeing as how the game starts and ends on a train)

>> No.124853  

>>124836

>ends on a train

No, it can't be true... Gaben will bring episode three soon, I know it!

>> No.124855  

>>124853 We hope....

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>>124853

Praise Gaben. He provides Train Simulator. He provides Railroad Tycoons 2 and 3. He provides Train Fever, and both Cities in Motions. Blessed art the Steam users, for they will inherit a library. Gaben, the Holiday Sales, and his bountious girth will provide to all who believe.

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>>124886

Oh, come on, he's just anothALL HAIL HYPNOGABEN

>> No.125164  

Wow.



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195574 No.125129   [Reply]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fFtVkx8DewU and
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwiNaHmOscU -- A Plasser & Theurer SVM 1000 track layer in Northern Sweden.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uxsFglz2ig -- Anything Goes Thermiting!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwecDbjbz4M -- An RU 800S reworking some track.

>> No.125148  

A train carrying sleepers on top of another train making rails for yet another train. How meta can you get?

>> No.125153  

That thing on top is not a train. But I get where you were going.

>> No.125155  

A video from a US company called the thing a 'gantry'. Personally, I'd rather call it a 'cat', both because of the shape and that it plain reminds me of the 'running cat', a small car towed back and forth along a conveyor belt to push material off the belt at the proper point.

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A similar Plasser American device of BART's, near Oakland.



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736274 No.125007   [Reply]

Real, not shooped

Thoughts?

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>> No.125099  

>>125062
No idea, really. I know they run some pig trains between Chicago and Omaha and they run A LOT of trains through Wisconsin coming from the Canadian border. We run a decent amount down here, but it's not really a lot of over the road trains. If you went to one area near me you would see 8 scheduled trains every day plus whatever unscheduled grain, coal, and oil trains. But the latter is only like twice a month.

>>125059
That 1030 was in the yard tonight. Should be on its way back north today.

>> No.125113  

>>125099

I used to live near the IC Freeport sub. That line was often dead. Somedays they would run a bunch of detours one way.

I never saw anouther line with trains that blatantly speeding. Cop in town said he clocked a manifest @ 85mph with his radar gun

>> No.125114  

>>125113

>Running WAY behind one day on a manifest train.
>Stuck behind locals and everything
>RTC asks us what our notch restrictions are
>Tells us to make it 8 both engines
>Asks us how far we'll make it
>"All the way if you keep the lights green"
>Signal indication
>With an old head engineer and he's speeding like a mother fucker and just slowing down for the detectors.
>On UP engines so they can't see how fast we're going
>Make it 1 mile from the yard and stop it at the crossing.

I felt like I was running with Casey Jones for a minute. I love the IC part of this place. The "let's move this damn freight and just don't anything up in the process" ideology. The CN part is micromanagement and nit-picking.

>> No.125115  

>>125114
*don't tear anything up

>> No.125116  

>>125114
I feel the need, the need for crashes, mass litigation and millions of dollars in lost time.

>> No.125117  

>>125116
Meh, it's not like we are reckless or anything.

>> No.125118  

>>125117
Not like you're wreckless eh ( ͡ ͜ʖ ͡)

>> No.125136  

>>125060

I saw one of these in Tacoma the other day, should have snapped it but I was driving...

>> No.125150  

>>125113

That's rather impressive considering the majority of modern freight units can only do 74 MPH

>> No.125151  

>>125150

Most of my recolection is from the 80s and early 90s. Im sure you are correct



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