Hiroshima Electric Railway 3800 Series Green Liner #3806 heads south on Rijo Dori Ave..
Hiroshima Electric Railway Tram #1901 crosses the Aioi Bridge as it heads west along Japan National Route 183.
Hiroshima Electric Railway Green Mover LEX #1014 heads south on Rijo Dori Ave.. Tram number 1014 was designed and built by Kinki Sharyo, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Toyo Denki Seisou as part o... (more)
Hiroshima Electric Railway Green Mover Apex 5201 heads east along Japan National Route 183. Designed and built by Kinki Sharyo, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Toyo Denki Seisou the 5200 series ar... (more)
The last active 3-section articulated Hiroshima tram of the 3000 class heads west along Japan National Route 183. Acquired and modified to its current configuration in 1978, this car was originall... (more)
Hiroshima Electric Railway Tram #1901 heads south on Rijo Dori Ave. This is a former Kyoto City Transportation Bureau 900 type electric train car that was manufactured in 1957.
“650 series” tram #651 was built for the Hiroshima Gas & Electric Railroad Co., Ltd. in 1942. It is one of the two cars that is still used in regular service that was operating on August 6, 19... (more)
Hiroshima Tram class 3000 No.3008.
It's came from Nishitetsu Fukuoka tram in 1976 and it's end of life in 2019.
Hiroshima Tram class 750 No.768.
It's came from Osaka tram in 1965 and now it renew "TRAIN ROUGE" restrant train.
A train load of tankers passes through behind EF64-52.
A few trams are seen at the terminus next to Hiroshima`s main station, on a damp November evening.
8-car E units were introduced by JR-West for use on limited-stop Sanyo Shinkansen Hikari Rail Star services between Shin-Osaka and Hakata
Hiroshima. Probably not the image that springs to mind when thinking of this place. However, since the devastation of 6th August 1945 It has been rebuilt into a modern and attractive city of 1.2 m... (more)