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  • "The bankruptcy of Railtrack and a week's mass media reports"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 2 Addendum)
    Suddenly, the rail infrastructure company Railtrack went bankrupt. Here are the summaries of the reports the week after.
    (Page published 20 Oct 2001, last updated 26 Sep 2002)
  • "After Hatfield"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 2)
    First impression of British railways after the major crash in October 2001.
    (Page published 20 Oct 2001, last updated 25 Sep 2002)
  • "Intercontinental Removals"   (Digital Camera Report from Birmingham No. 1 )
    My body could travel fast on the airplane; hard to bring were heavy lugguages and credit.
    (Page published 20 Aug 2001, last updated 25 Sep 2002)
  • Digital Camera Report from Birmingham
    The list of articles serialised in the magazine "Rolling Stock and Technology".
    (Page published 20 Aug 2001, last updated 12 Oct 2003)
  • JR Sobu Line Kanda River Bridge and Chuo Line train
    [Photo 162] Date this photo is taken: 13 February 1999
    (Page published 22 Apr 2001, last updated 1 Feb 2003)
  • Matsuzumicho Viaduct, JR Sobu Line, in central Tokyo
    [Photo 161] Date this photo is taken: 13 February 1999
    (Page published 22 Apr 2001, last updated 1 Feb 2003)
  • Sobu Line Sumida River Bridge -- with the "Suijo-bus"
    [Photo 154] Date this photo is taken: 13 January 2001
    (Page published 22 Apr 2001, last updated 3 Dec 2002)
  • Sobu Line Sumida River Bridge -- with an "yellow train"
    [Photo 153] Date this photo is taken: 13 January 2001
    (Page published 22 Apr 2001, last updated 3 Dec 2002)
  • Sobu Line Sumida River Bridge   ("Visiting bridges")
    The section of Sobu Line between Ochanomizu and Ryogoku, now owned and run by JR East, was started construction in 1931 and completed in 1932. Constructed as part of the revival from 1923 Kanto Earthquake which killed nearly 150 thousand people, the section includes many technical feats of the time. Many thoughts came to me when looking at such highlights like Sumida River Bridge or Ochanimizu Station.
    (Page published 22 Apr 2001, last updated 10 Feb 2003)
  • JR Sobu Line Ryogoku Station
    [Photo 138] Date this photo is taken: 13 January 2001
    (Page published 22 Apr 2001, last updated 24 Nov 2002)
  • Simplified track layout at Ochanomizu Station
    [Photo 122] Date this bitmap is composed: 22 April 2001
    (Page published 22 Apr 2001, last updated 24 Nov 2002)
  • Sobu Line Sumida River Bridge
    [Photo 121] Date this photo is taken: 13 January 2001
    (Page published 10 Feb 2001, last updated 5 Nov 2002)


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