Osaka Metro launches a new rolling stock for Tanimachi Line in 2009. A 10-car formation version is also introduced at Midosuji Line in 2011 to replace the aging 10 series trains.
There are six variants of 20 series trains for Osaka Metro, each has a different formation and livery for various metro routes.
Kita-Osaka Kyuko Railway operates the extended part of Osaka Metro’s Midosuji Line. Both routes share rolling stocks for through service. Seven 8000 series trains were built between 1987 and 1993,... (more)
6 car trainset of the 50000 series of the Nankai Electric Railway on the way as "rapi:t" limited express service from Nankai Nanba station in Osaka to Kansai Airport. 6 of this spectacul... (more)
Train # 06 of the 1000 series of Osaka Monorail near the Dainichi station. The 21,2 km long line from Osaka Airport to Kadoma-shi opened between 1990 and 1997.
Trainset 16 of the 2000 series of Osaka Monorail left Banpaku-Kinen-Kôen Station, and is running on the Saito line towards Saito-nishi. Osaka monorail began operation in 1990 and was longtime the ... (more)
Shinkansen maintenance yard in Osaka Settsu with trains of N700, 700 and 700-7000 series, seen from the Osaka Monorail.
Viewed from the 14th floor of the Hotel Sarasa Shin-Osaka, a Shinkansen, bullet train, accelerates rapidly out of Osaka.
Osaka loop line
JR West Japan, N700 7000 times
Hankai Tramway EMU 1001
Three decades after the introduction of 201 Series, it has now come to an end in service on Osaka Loop Line.
N700 Shinkansen's menacing looks in the winter storm. [Canon 5D MkIII + Canon EF 16-35mm f/2.8L II USM]
I Try to take train photo in the night. Take from Sakuranomiya Bridge. Osaka loop line train Arrive From Sakuranomiya to Temma Station.
Special Limited Express Train. From Namba Osaka to Osaka Kansai Airport.