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Opening in 2016, Kyoto Railway Museum is a modern makeover of the old Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum that opened in 1972. Short bus ride from Kyoto Station.
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First you see a semi-indoor display of a few trains.
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80 series EMU car KuHa 86001
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First-generation 0 Series shinkansen.
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The museum's main highlight is the Umekoji steam locomotives on a roundabout or roundhouse next to a turntable.
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This is probably the most steam locomotives you'll ever see in Japan. Some or most of them still run.
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Turntable to direct the locomotives to the desired track and direction.
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This must be Japan's largest collection of steam locomotives on diplay.
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Old steam locomotive for the Imperial family.
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Cleaning a steam locomotive.
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Empty hangar for a steam locomotive.
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Inside the rear of the round house.
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Kita Biwako steam locomotive
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Ride on a real steam locomotive for a low fare.
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This real steam locomotive offers rides a few times a day.
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The SL Steam runs every 15 or 30 min. from 11 am to 3:30 pm. Fare is ¥300.
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Passenger car of the steam locomotive train.
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The ride is only 10 min. roundtrip and the train travels for only 1 km.
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Friendly workers wave to passengers riding on the steam locomotive train.
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Inside Nijo Station that was moved here. Now the museum gift shop.
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Nijo Station reconstructed here.
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Steam locomotive repair shop.
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Back to the Promenade area near the entrance with the 0 Series shinkansen.
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The classic and iconic "Bullet Train."
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The first shinkansen "Green Car" 1st class car.
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Inside the first shinkansen "Green Car" 1st class car.
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Another 0 Series shinkansen whose cockpit was open to the public.
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Inside the 0 Series shinkansen driver's cockpit.
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0 Series shinkansen driver's cockpit.
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0 Series shinkansen driver's seat.
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80 series EMU car KuHa 86001
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Sleeper train
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Inside a sleeper train.
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Sleeper train dining car
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Sleeper train dining car
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Blue Train dining car
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Osaka Loop Line train
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Inside Osaka Loop Line train
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EF58 150 (left) and EF81 103 (right) locomotives for sleeper trains, Twilight Plaza Zone.
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EF58 150 (left) and EF81 103 (right) locomotives for sleeper trains, Twilight Plaza Zone.
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Main Hall
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500 Series shinkansen
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"Raicho" Tokkyu Limited Express, KUHA489
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JNR for Japan National Railways
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100 series shinkansen, 2nd generation with the slit headlights and pointy look.
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100 series shinkansen
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Train kiosk from the good old days (1950s-60s).
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Inside kiosk.
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Kiosk owner's space.
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Ice cream
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Red pay phone was very common in Japan, now virtually extinct.
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Reconstructed rural train station from the good old days (1950s-60s). Named "Showa-no-Eki Station."
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Inside Showa-no-Eki Station.
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Showa-no-Eki Station gate to platform.
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Showa-no-Eki Station platform.
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For train mechanics.
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Daihatsu three-wheeler car
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"Twilight Express" Sleeper train for Sapporo
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Second floor of Kyoto Railway Museum
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Kids' playroom on 2nd floor
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Shinkansen traffic control center.
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Train schedules
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Train simulators
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Train diorama
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Train nameplates put on the front of the train.
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Many artifacts on display on both the 1st and 2nd floors of t he Main Hall.
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Old train tickets
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Farewell JNR in 1987.
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If you like the Tokaido shinkansen old and new or the Maglev trains, visiting this railway museum on the outskirts of Nagoya is a must. See 39 full-size railway cars, train simulators, and a railway model diorama. Operated by JR Central in Nagoya, the museum opened in March 2011. SCMAGLEV and Railway Park as seen from the train.
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Near Kinjo-futo Station on the Aonami Line that starts from Nagoya Station. Walking toward the entrance.
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Inside the lobby.
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Admission tickets sold by vending machine.
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Maglev trains
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JR–Maglev MLX01-1
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JR–Maglev MLX01-1
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JR–Maglev MLX01-1
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JR–Maglev MLX01-1
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Inside JR–Maglev MLX01-1
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Inside JR–Maglev MLX01-1
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Class 955 "300X" experimental Shinkansen
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Class 955 "300X" experimental Shinkansen
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Class 955 "300X" experimental Shinkansen
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Shinkansen Train Zone
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Nozomi 700 Series Shinkansen
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Nozomi 700 Series Shinkansen. "Duckbill" design.
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Headlight on Nozomi 700 Series Shinkansen
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Nozomi 700 Series Shinkansen
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300 Series Shinkansen (Third generation). The "Robocop" design.
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300 Series Shinkansen (Third generation) headlight
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100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation)
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100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation). I call this the "Slit-eye" model.
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100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation)
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0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation)
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The classic and iconic "Bullet Train." The original shinkansen model that debut in 1964, the 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation). Classic and iconic design.
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Headlight on 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation)
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Shinkansen models.
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Shinkansen models.
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Side stripe on 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).
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Side stripe on 100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation).
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Side stripe on 300 Series Shinkansen (3rd generation)
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Side stripe on 700 Series Shinkansen
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You can enter the the original 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).
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Inside the 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).
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Driver's cockpit in 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).
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Driver's cockpit in 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).
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Driver's cockpit in 0 Series Shinkansen (1st generation).
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Behind the driver's cockpit in 0 Series Shinkansen
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Corridor in 0 Series Shinkansen
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Drinking fountain inside 0 Series Shinkansen
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Trash bin at exit inside 0 Series Shinkansen.
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car.
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car sign indicates full house.
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car corridor.
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car.
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car menu.
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0 Series Shinkansen dining car galley.
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0 Series Shinkansen
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Shinkansen station analog signage.
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Enter the 100 Series Shinkansen (2nd generation).
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One unique thing about the 100 Series Shinkansen was this two-story car with a restaurant on the upper level.
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Inside 100 Series Shinkansen
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100 Series Shinkansen driver's cockpit.
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Two-story car of 100 Series Shinkansen
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Lower level of two-story car in 100 Series Shinkansen.
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Stairs to upper level of two-story car in 100 Series Shinkansen.
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Upper level (dining car) of two-story car in 100 Series Shinkansen.
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Menu
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Table configurations in dining car of 100 Series Shinkansen.
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Galley
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Exit
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300 Series Shinkansen. The "Robocop" design.
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Inside 300 Series Shinkansen.
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Nozomi 700 Series Shinkansen
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Inside Nozomi 700 Series Shinkansen
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Dr. Yellow test train
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Inside Dr. Yellow test train
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Tokaido Line train
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Tokaido Line train
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Tokaido Line train
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Inside Tokaido Line train
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Smoking used to be allowed on trains. Can you imagine?
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Tokkyu Limited Express train, 381 series
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