19 of the 8-car N700-7000 series shinkansen were built for JR West from 2010 to 2012, for the "Sakura" and "Mizuho" services between Shin-Osaka and Kagoshima-Chuo. In contrast ... (more)
16 car Shinkansen N700 # N 9 of JR West is racing through Shin-Yamaguchi with about 300 km/h with a Nozomi service to Tokio. The 16 trains of the N700-3000 series "N" sets were owned by ... (more)
The conductor of the "Yamaguchi SL" steamtrain with 4-6-2 "Pacific" steamlocomotive C57 # 1 of Japan Railway, operated by JR West, is taking a picture of some passengers in fro... (more)
An N700 Shinkansen races through Yamaguchi at speed on a Nozomi service.
8-car 500 series shinkansen trainset # V2 of JR West as Kodama 732 from Hakata to Okayama (442 km) stopping in Shin-Yamaguchi. On the two middle tracks the trains are racing through with 300 km/h.
16 of this 8-car 700-7000 series "Rail Star" were built from 1999 for JR West, with a maximum speed of 285 km p.h., for service between Shin-Osaka and Hakata (San-Yo Shinkansen). Trainset E6 is en... (more)
The 16-car N700-7000 sets are operated by JR West on Tokaido and Sanyo Shinkansen services. 16 trains of this "N" series were built from 2007 to 2010 for JR West for duty mainly for Nozomi und Hik... (more)
19 of the 8-car N700-7000 series shinkansen were built for JR West from 2010 to 2012, for the "Sakura" and "Mizuho" services between Shin-Osaka and Kagoshima-Chuo. In contrast to the N700 series o... (more)
3 generations of Shinkansen trains in Shin-Yamaguchi station at 06.16 PM. Shinkansen N6 trainset of the N700 series is passing two "Kodama" trains with 300 km p.h, running as "Nozomi 58" from Haka... (more)