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Shin-Osaka Webcam – What you can expect to see…

Welcome back to Shin-Osaka. This station is north of the main Osaka station and provides a transfer point to the Tokaido and Sanyo Shinkansen. There's a webcam hosted live on Youtube to the north-east of the station and it provides a perfect view of all traffic heading in and out of the station. The link to the camera is here.

View my post here with a timetable of the standard trains. It'll help you find a specific service!

The two lines in the bottom-right are freight and you'll see all sorts of interesting things passing through. You'll also see shinkansen up top, hence Doctor Yellow, and any other plethora of EMUs/DMUs and freight in the middle.

Here's another... an older 283-Series Kuroshio. There aren't many of these running any more; they quickly upgrade the consists in Japan!

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And the next day in the reverse order... must run a loop somewhere?

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And here it is in its latest incantation with the Wakayama Adventure World livery (Yes, that's an angry PANDA)...

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And the Airport Express Haruka...

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And the Super Hakuto...

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And the Thunderbird with its seriously long consist...

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Which also has a pointer-other-end...

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Note that they also sometimes run dead-headed back along the Tokaido line. I believe they'll then take the triangle south of Amagasaki and enter Osaka Station from the West end.

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And then sometimes you'll get unexpected movements... like this 117 Series (300 subseries) which usually only hangs around Kyoto and further East on the Kosei Line...
(Update: It was actually an end-of-year school excursion!)

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The Wide-View Hida is a DMU that will take you out to Gifu and Takayama via Nagoya...

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They even sometimes slap an extra cab-car on the front to cater for busier mornings!

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Another DMU is the Hamakaze which will take you up to Tottori.

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Freight also takes the inner lines when heading to Ajikawaguchi (down near USJ)...

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And sometimes just runs as a light-engine...

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There's always freight running on the bottom-right lines, but usually only with single locos in the lead. Today an HD300 was being transferred inline.

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There's actually light-engine movements quite often... Here's a DE10 on the main freight line... (can you see it?)

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It returned West the next day...

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Seems it was heading out to Kawasaki in Hyogo to pick up a brand new EMU. Here it is dragging the new set east...

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The best part about Japan is their adherence to timetables... here's another DE10 running the same timeslot east. I wonder if it'll come back on the timeslot above?

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And then even a light EF64 running west on the main Tokaido track...

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Aaannd... even a DD51 towing a single flat with rails?

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And then it returned the next day, but on the line from Ajikawaguchi (or further south?)

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A DD51 has also been seen bolting Southbound towards osaka station on the standard passenger lines.

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An EF210 hauled two railset flats on the mainline...

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And now I present a Blue 103 Series EMU, dead-heading along the Tokaido Line towards Kyoto!

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Which then returned 40 minutes later.

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If you're up early/late enough, then you'll also see the M250 Super Rail Cargo heading through Shin-Osaka...

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In the afternoons, you even get cool planes flying over... the shadows are really cool!

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The goal is now to have a train on every track. So far I've got the current shot pegged as the most various....

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I'll update this as interesting things happen.

17Oct/170

Shin-Osaka Webcam – Salon Car Naniwa

Here's the Salon Car Naniwa departing ShinOsaka Station. This is a tour train that operates around the Kinki area.

salon-express-naniwa

17Oct/170

Akihabara, Tokyo – July 2017

Following on my thread of airbnb apartments with train views, here's a beautiful apartment in Akihabara with a good view of the Chuo Main Line and the Sobu Main Line. It's, as to be expected in Japan, a small studio-style apartment which comfortably fit 3 of us and, thanks to being in close proximity to Akihabara and some great restaurants, never left us inconvenienced!

Of course, I could stay in a pig pen, as long as the balcony had something to look at...

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Yes, Platnium Fish Cafe (previously known as N3331 Bar and Cafe) in Maach Ecute on the old Manseibashi Train Station is just there... on that platform on the curve next to the building!

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That's better... check that view out! Right up front is the Chuo Main Line, and up the back in amongst the buildings of Akihabara is the Sobu Main Line. I must admit though, there's a lot of standard passenger traffic over limited expresses. But then again, you do get some cool movements. We arrived on a Thursday night and the next morning ~0700 a Super Azusa consist dead-headed west and then another (or maybe the same) returned east. I didn't have my camera ready and this didn't happen on Saturday or Sunday morning! A little sad as they're slated for the recycle center once the new model comes out.

Either way, it's still a fantastic location to sit back with a few tinnies from 7/11 and you'll get enough Limited Express Shiosai or Ayame on the Sobu Main Line as well.

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Sheesh... I need to work on my angles! I promise the track is level.

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An Azusa consist also takes the Sobu Main Line on a single inbound AM service and outbound PM service, getting people to and from Chiba.

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Anyway, I can only recommend this place if you need quick access to Akihabara and like trains! It's also an easy commute from Narita; just take the Skyliner to Nippori and transfer to the Yamanote Line clockwise.

13Oct/170

Shin-Osaka Webcam – Timetable

I'll update this as I add more services, but here's a list of trains that you can expect to see on the Shin-Osaka Webcam. I'll try and get the freight timetable in there ASAP. Note that the current data below is sourced from Google Maps. It is very up-to-the-minute and therefore will only show future departures!


Regarding the times above... the video is on the east side of the station, so anything heading west will actually appear sooner than the time indicated. The time is the departure time from Shin-Osaka Station, so anything heading east will depart the platforms as indicated. Take anywhere from a minute to 10 seconds off the time for trains heading west.

Unfortunately, the video cannot be embedded, so you'll have to practice alt-tabbing when required.

Here's a post on what you can expect to see on the camera. And here's a cool sighting of Doctor Yellow. Send messages through if you see interesting trains!

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12Oct/170

Virtual Train Trip – Osaka Station to Shin-Osaka Station

For those who don't know, suburban Japanese passenger trains, more often than not, have front windows of which passengers can actually see out of. This is very unheard of in Australia, as the driver's cabin is usually separated from the dangerous passengers by opaque walls.

Therefore in Japan, if you get into the front car of a passenger consist, not only can you see the driver and watch his every move.. you can see out the front of the train and watch as you drive along the tracks!

It's totally mesmerising. Of course, you can then also watch all the gauges and other instrumentation that the driver must control to keep the whole system functioning.

I hereby present a video I took by suction-cupping a GoPro to the front window inside a 223-Series EMU from Osaka to Shin-Osaka.

What you're seeing here is the view on the 'conductors' side of the cabin. When the train is running in the opposite direction, this is the area where the conductor usually works from as the doors switches and guard light controls are all on the wall. It's also a good shelf to store your work bag.

The trip starts with the curve out of Umeda, crossing the Yodogawa before quickly arriving at Shin-Osaka Station. If you want to then see the area afterwards, check out my Shin-Osaka Webcam sightings here.

4Oct/170

Shin-Osaka Webcam – Twilight Express Mizukaze!

First it was Doctor Yellow, but today proved a more rare sight....

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You'd better believe it, that's the Twilight Express Mizukaze. The link to the camera is here. It has been raining the last two days and the sound of the rain has actually been fascinating!

Update, here it is again on the 11th October 2017...

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I've made some most posts on this webcam! See here for standard services, here's Doctor Yellow and here's the Salon Car Naniwa. I've also posted a live timetable of the normal traffic in and out of the station.

27Sep/170

Fukushima Station, Osaka, Japan – July 2017

Welcome back to Osaka. This time it was an airbnb apartment (marked by C below) right in town near Fukushima Station. This area is of note as it's where the limited express/freight line from Shin Osaka connects to the loop line to continue west/south (marked with a A). There's also the continuation of the Tokaido Main Line west of Osaka through to Amagasaki (marked with a B).

This location would've also been in good proximity to the Umeda freight yards, if only they still existed! Instead the freight that comes through proceeds down to Ajikawaguchi, just before Universal Studios, Japan.

All freight heading west (to Kobe or further) uses the shortcut from Shin Osaka to the triangle just south of Kashima Station. This line follows under the Shinkansen via the passenger staging yards just adjacent to Shin Osaka Station.

The arrows in the tables below indicate the direction of travel. This is directly related to the maps above: being Westbound and being Eastbound.

Tokaido Main Line

This is the continuation of the line that originates in Tokyo. The final station is Kobe, just west of Osaka, where it becomes the Sanyo Main Line.

The apartment mentioned above has a view of this from the balcony...

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With the best view being from the fire-escape's top platform...

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From here, you'll be able to see all of the standard Tokaido-Sanyo Line EMUs...

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Plus a view extra express trains. For example, here's the Super Hakuto...

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And the Hamakaze...

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And even a dead-heading Thunderbird!

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You can even see out to Osaka station, amongst the other delights of the neighbourhood.

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There's more to see down on the ground-level... but before that, here's the timetable of trains you can expect to see. Note that the dead-headings aren't listed... I have no idea how to find those! (You could probably guess that if a Thunderbird arrived at Osaka and had no return service then it might come past 10-20 minutes after it arrived?)

Tokaido Line Timetable

The table below describes all the services that will traverse point A on the map above. Note that the time here indicates the action as Osaka Station. Therefore, if it's heading to Osaka (Arriving), then it's going to be ~1 minute prior to the time listed. Likewise, if departing, it'll be ~1 after the time. Regardless, I'd be in position ~5 pre/post any scheduled time.

Direction Arrive/Depart Osaka Service
0034 Sunrise Seto/Izumo
0737 Super Hakuto #1
0812 Kounotori #1
0910 Kounotori #3
0919 Super Hakuto #2
0924 Super Hakuto #3
0938 Hamakaze #1
1001 Hamakaze #2
1012 Kounotori #5
1119 Super Hakuto #4
1124 Super Hakuto #5
1211 Kounotori #9
1222 Hamakaze #3
1223 Kounotori #12
1320 Super Hakuto #6
1324 Super Hakuto #7
1411 Kounotori #13
1423 Kounotori #14
1511 Kounotori #15
1519 Super Hakuto #8
1524 Super Hakuto #9
1622 Kounotori #16
1705 Hamakaze #4
1718 Super Hakuto #10
1720 Kounotori #18
1726 Super Hakuto #11
1804 Hamakaze #5
1820 Kounotori #20
1931 Super Hakuto #12
1949 Kounotori #24
2005 Hamakaze #6
2006 Super Hakuto #13
2101 Kounotori #26
2104 Super Hakuto #14

Ground Level - Fukushima Station and the Express Line

A short walk south will get you to point B on the map right up top. This is the ground-level-crossing of the 'express line' that bypasses Osaka station from Shin-Osaka. Here'll you'll get all the south-bound express trains and a bit of freight!

First up, that perpetual impossibility! The M250 Super Rail Cargo!

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The Haruka will take you to Kansai International Airport...

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And tDSC00628he Kuroshio (ex Ocean Arrow series as well!) will take you to Shingu/Wakayama...

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You'll also see the new 'Osaka Power Loop' EMUs running up above...

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Osaka Loop Line / Wakayama Line Timetable

All passenger trains listed below depart/arrive at Shin Osaka. Therefore, the time needs to be adjusted by +/- ~4mins depending on direction of travel. Note that these trains approach the Fukushima area via the west side of the old Umeda freight yards! They're still at ground level when they cross the point marked B on the map above! They climb up to the Loop Line level by Noda Station.

I've mapped out the freight train timetable before, but I've also incorporated it into the table below. I've also snapped the Super Rail Cargo once before, but it was much easier this time as I just had to walk over.

Note that the freight times are squiggled. I've estimated when they should pass the area (not the time at Shin Osaka). I've only got the times at Suita and Ajikawaguchi. Check the link above for the more accurate times, or just arrive at the area 10 mins earlier than those times posted below.

Direction Arrive/Depart Osaka Service
~0505 JRF #59
~0512 JRF #51 (Super Rail Cargo M250)
0617 Haruka #1
0648 Haruka #3
0716 Haruka #5
0720 Kuroshio #2
0738 Haruka #2
0733 Kuroshio #1
0747 Haruka #7
0751 Kuroshio #4
0817 Haruka #9
0837 Haruka #4
0846 Haruka #11
~0850 JRF #91
0903 Kuroshio #3
0907 Haruka #6
0916 Haruka #13
0922 Kuroshio #6
0932 Kuroshio #5
0937 Haruka #8
(And then every 30 mins from here until 2100)
0950 Kuroshio #8
(And then every hour from here until 2050)
1000 Haruka #15
(And then every 30 mins from here until 2100)
1015 Kuroshio #7
(And then every hour until 2115)
~1048 JRF #1180 (Rail-Set Train)
~1140 JRF #93
~1620 JRF #1883 (Rail-Set Train)
~1715 JRF #90
~1825 JRF #5088
~2305 JRF #58
~2315 JRF #50 (Super Rail Cargo M250)
25Sep/170

Shin-Osaka Webcam – Doctor Yellow!

Here's a webcam north of Shin-Osaka Station with a beautiful view of the tracks between Higashi-Yodogawa Station and Shin-Osaka itself. You also get to see the Shinkansen in the background.

I just happened to be randomly viewing this when I stumbled upon Doctor Yellow!

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This would have to be the first time I've ever seen this train moving... Sure, I'm a few thousand kilometres away... but... I'm declaring this a success!

Turns out that this arrival is spot on to the timetable from 2014! I wonder if it'll depart at 1623? I'll update if so.

Update: I previously completely forgot to check at 1623... but I've just caught a return service at 14:14:12 on 11th October 2017:

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Very cool to watch.

20Jun/170

Aizuwakamatsu Roundhouse

I was just browsing around Aizu on google maps and came across the turntable in the north-west of the main yard. The roundhouse looks great from above [Google Maps Link], but the turntable itself wasn't clear...

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What you're seeing above is a DMU being turned on the turntable as the satellite was snapping away. Interesting to know that they took quite a few shots! Here's the same thing from side-on.

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DMU being turned and stored

And here's my 2009 Aizu album. Looking forward to creating a new one in 2 weeks!

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24Mar/170

Mt Fuji Live View!

So this is actually a Mt Fuji monitoring camera... probably specifically for traffic? But it also has a great view of the Tokaido Main Line between Okitsu Station and Yui Station. The main link is here and the 'close angle' view is here.

The timetable below is based on weekday services between Yui and Okitsu (and return.) I checked the weekends and the timetable seems to be exactly the same? There might be more peak-hour services during the week, so don't be sad if there's a train or two missing on weekends.

Next Trains between Yui and Okitsu (Current time in Shizuoka: )
~??:??
Northbound
~??:??
Southbound
Next Freight Train
~??:??
Northbound
~??:??
Southbound

Here's the actual camera location... or thereabouts. I've guessed it's on one of the buildings under the pin.
Click the map to go to the area on Google Maps.

Passenger Train Timetable

There's no need to write this down here, just browse over to Hyperdia and check out their running sheets. From Okitsu, it's around 3 minutes travel time to the centerpoint of the webcam view. Using the interval timetable here, you can guess when the next passenger train will be. In the other direction, it's about a 2 minute travel time, so use the reverse timetable here to work out the timings.

As for limited express passenger trains, there are the Sunrise Seto/Izumo (~midnight and ~430am) and the Wide-View Fuji services (8-10 services a day). They're all plugged in and you'll get an idea as to when they'll show up in the tables above the video feed.

Freight Train Timetable

Fortunately, there's a lot of freight to see on the tracks. Using the timestamp in the video, hang around to see the following trains! If you have any other data to add to this table, then please tell me in the comment area below.

Sightings... to be incorporated to below.
2017-03-23 - 13:37:15 - Southbound?
2017-03-24 - 08:03:35 - Southbound?
2017-03-28 - 13:37:00 - Southbound?
2017-04-04 - 14:33:05 - Southbound Toyota Long Pass Express... REALLY LATE?
2017-04-13 - 14:19:20 - Northbound? - Early 5094?
2017-04-18 - 13:36:32 - Southbound?

# Shizuoka ~Webcam From/To Comments Sighted
61 0021 0001 Tokyo - Ajikawaguchi Container
No Sundays
1067 2349 0009 Koshigaya - Kudara/Hirano Container
1069 0049 0029 Niiza - Osaka Container
1093 0106 0046 Tokyo - Nagoya Container
51 0114 0054 Tokyo - Ajikawaguchi M250 Super Rail Cargo
No Sundays
65 0120 0100 Tokyo - Kudara/Hirano Container
No Sundays
5057 0126 0106 Kuragano - Fukuoka Container
7053 0133 0113 Tokyo - Fukuoka Container
53 0058 0118 Tokyo - Suita Container
No Sundays
69 0147 0127 Tokyo - Kobe Container
No Sundays
1057 0154 0134 Kuragano - Fukuoka Container
No Sundays
55 0158 0138 Tokyo - East Fukuyama 福山レールエクスプレス
No Sundays
5081 0204 0144 Sendai - Ajikawaguchi Container
1051 0208 0148 Tokyo - Fukuoka Container
1053 0215 0155 Tokyo - Fukuoka Container
5088 0137 0157 Ajikawaguchi - Sendai Container
3095 0225 0205 Onahama - Nagoya Container
1099 0225 0205 Niiza - Nagoya Container
1059 0230 0210 Utsunomiya - Fukuoka Container
1098 0202 0222 Nagoya - Sumidagawa Container
No Sundays
2050 0207 0227 Nagoya - Morioka Container
1080 0222 0242 Osaka - Niiza Container
5096 0230 0250 Nagoya - Hachinohe Container
1092 0235 0255 Nagoya - Tokyo Container
1084 0238 0258 Osaka - Sendai Container
1066 0248 0308 Osaka - Tokyo Container
64 0301 0321 Kudara/Hirano - Tokyo Container
No Sundays
1088 0305 0325 Kudara/Hirano - Koshigaya Container
50 0321 0341 Ajikawaguchi - Tokyo M250 Super Rail Cargo
No Sundays
52 0324 0344 Suita - Tokyo Container
No Sundays
5054 0334 0354 East Mizushima - Tokyo Container
No Sundays
1096 0339 0359 Nagoya - Sapporo Container
5056 0350 0410 Fukuoka - Kuragano Container
No Sundays
60 0357 0417 Ajikawaguchi - Tokyo Container
No Sat/Pub.Hols
68 0405 0425 Kobe - Tokyo Container
No Sundays
7082 0411 0431 Kudara/Hirano - Tokyo Container
5082 0415 0435 Ube - Koshigaya Container
70 0422 0442 Niihama - Tokyo Container
5091 0459 0445 Sendai - Nagoya Container 2017-05-15 04:45:25
5062 0428 0448 East Mizushima - Tokyo Container
No Sundays
1055 0504 0449 Tokyo - Fukuoka Container
No Pub.Hols
2017-05-15 04:49:40
3074 0432 0452 Nagoya - Sapporo Container
66 0453 0513 East Fukuyama - Tokyo Container
5086 0500 0520 Kudara/Hirano - Sapporo Container
No Sundays
5085 0534 0514 Sendai - Hiroshima Container 2017-04-28 05:13:05
3071 0553 0533 Sapporo - West Hamamatsu Container
No Mondays
1071 0558 0538 Tokyo - Kagoshima Container 2017-04-28 05:38:30
5087 0607 0544 North Asahikawa - Kudara/Hirano Container
No Mondays
2017-04-20 05:44:35
2017-04-28 05:44:10
2017-05-16 05:44:32
5071 0635 0622 Sendai - Fukuoka Container 2017-04-28 06:22:20
2017-05-15 06:23:10
2017-05-16 06:22:20
2017-05-24 06:22:50
2017-05-25 06:23:20
8860 0612 0632 Suita - Koriyama Other
54 0734 0747 East Fukuyama - Tokyo 福山レールエクスプレス
No Sundays
2017-04-07 07:47:30
2017-04-18 08:51:01
2017-04-20 07:48:54
2017-04-21 08:46:46
2017-04-28 07:47:40
2017-05-11 08:48:14
2017-05-16 07:48:48
2017-05-19 07:48:15
2017-05-24 07:46:01
2017-05-25 07:47:00
1097 0903 0848 Sapporo - Nagoya Container 2017-03-28 08:48:50
2017-03-29 08:49:50
2017-03-31 08:48:45
2017-04-03 08:49:50
2017-04-04 08:47:42
2017-04-06 08:49:31
2017-04-07 08:48:55
2017-04-12 08:49:45
2017-04-18 08:50:01
2017-04-28 08:51:05
2017-05-10 08:49:05
2017-05-11 08:49:20
2017-05-15 08:48:40
2017-05-16 08:49:27
2017-05-19 08:49:15
2017-05-24 08:49:55
2017-05-25 08:49:50
8863 0920 0905 Kawasaki - Shin-Nan-Yo Other
1068 0907 0921 Shimonoseki - Tokyo Container 2017-03-28 09:21:00
2017-03-29 09:20:50
2017-04-04 09:20:48
2017-04-05 09:20:25
2017-04-06 09:20:55
2017-04-07 09:21:55
2017-04-12 09:21:55
2017-04-13 09:21:20
2017-04-18 09:22:00
2017-04-27 09:20:45
2017-04-28 09:20:35
2017-05-09 09:20:20
2017-05-10 09:25:55
2017-05-11 09:22:45
2017-05-16 09:21:10
2017-05-19 09:21:45
2017-05-24 09:31:50
2017-05-25 09:20:30
2053 0950 0935 Morioka - Nagoya Toyota Long Pass Express
No Sat/Pub.Hols
2017-03-24 09:35:30
2017-03-28 09:34:45
2017-03-29 09:35:05
2017-03-31 09:35:35
2017-04-05 09:34:45
2017-04-06 09:35:30
2017-04-12 09:35:45
2017-04-13 09:35:33
2017-04-18 09:35:03
2017-04-26 09:35:30
2017-04-27 09:35:00
2017-04-28 09:34:50
2017-05-09 09:35:14
2017-05-10 09:34:38
2017-05-11 09:35:20
2017-05-12 09:35:32
2017-05-16 09:35:20
2017-05-19 09:35:23
2017-05-24 09:35:18
2017-05-25 09:35:05
1060 0923 0938 Hiroshima - Tokyo Container 2017-03-27 09:38:05
2017-03-28 09:38:14
2017-03-29 09:38:30
2017-03-31 09:37:57
2017-04-03 09:38:25
2017-04-04 09:39:40
2017-04-05 09:38:15
2017-04-06 09:38:00
2017-04-18 09:38:30
2017-04-20 09:38:55
2017-04-21 09:37:38
2017-04-26 09:38:50
2017-04-27 09:38:20
2017-04-28 09:37:55
2017-05-09 09:38:10
2017-05-10 09:39:10
2017-05-11 09:37:39
2017-05-16 09:38:15
2017-05-19 09:39:25
2017-05-24 09:42:55
2017-05-25 09:38:20
8091 1033 1015 Tokyo - North Kyushu Rail Train 2017-04-18 10:15:30
2017-04-20 10:16:12
2017-04-28 10:15:42
2017-05-11 10:14:50
2017-05-25 10:16:15
5052 1014 1027 Fukuoka - Tokyo Container
No Sundays
2017-03-28 10:29:12
2017-03-29 10:29:00
2017-03-30 10:27:30
2017-04-05 10:27:35
2017-04-06 10:27:16
2017-04-07 10:27:30
2017-04-12 10:28:18
2017-04-13 10:29:40
2017-04-18 10:28:05
2017-04-21 10:26:59
2017-04-28 10:29:45
2017-05-10 10:28:24
2017-05-11 10:28:20
2017-05-16 10:29:50
2015-05-17 10:29:18
2015-05-19 10:28:50
2015-05-24 10:27:40
2015-05-25 10:27:44
5073 1050 1035 Tokyo - Fukuoka Container 2017-03-27 10:35:00
2017-03-28 10:35:20
2017-03-29 10:34:30
2017-03-30 10:34:50
2017-04-03 10:35:15
2017-04-04 10:34:40
2017-04-05 10:35:01
2017-04-06 10:34:45
2017-04-07 10:34:43
2017-04-12 10:34:33
2017-04-13 10:34:40
2017-04-18 10:34:54
2017-04-19 10:34:45
2017-04-21 10:35:30
2017-05-01 10:35:12
2017-05-10 10:34:38
2017-05-11 10:34:40
2017-05-17 10:34:40
2017-05-19 10:34:54
2017-05-24 10:35:05
2017-05-25 10:35:00
5094 1041 1101 Nagoya - Tokyo Container
1090 1052 1105 Niihama - Numazu Container 2017-03-24 11:05:50
2017-03-27 11:05:10
2017-03-28 11:05:45
2017-03-29 11:05:50
2017-03-31 11:05:41
2017-04-10 11:05:50
2017-04-12 11:06:20
2017-04-18 11:05:10
2017-04-19 11:05:38
2017-05-09 11:05:24
2017-05-10 11:05:59
2017-05-11 11:05:56
2017-05-17 11:05:45
2017-05-19 11:05:33
2017-05-24 11:05:20
2017-05-25 11:05:52
8090 1211 1230 North Kyushu - Tokyo Rail Train
2079 1402 1337 Numazu - Inazawa Container 2017-05-09 13:37:05
2017-05-10 13:36:37
2017-05-11 13:35:55
2017-05-12 13:36:45
2017-05-15 13:36:50
2017-05-16 13:36:44
2017-05-19 13:37:08
2017-05-24 13:37:10
2017-05-25 13:36:45
8052 1332 1345 Fukuoka - Utsunomiya Container 2017-03-23 13:45:50
2017-03-24 13:48:20
2017-03-27 13:46:10
2017-03-28 13:46:15
2017-03-29 13:46:10
2017-04-13 13:47:45
2017-04-18 13:47:44
2017-04-19 13:48:20
2017-04-21 13:46:25
2017-04-26 13:46:52
2017-04-27 13:47:40
2017-05-11 13:47:05
2017-05-12 13:48:50
2017-05-15 13:46:25
2017-05-16 13:46:40
2017-05-19 13:46:51
2017-05-24 13:49:38
2015-05-25 13:46:55
2078 1423 1438 Inazawa - Numazu Container 2017-03-24 14:38:42
2017-03-25 14:38:10
2017-03-27 14:38:20
2017-03-28 14:38:05
2017-04-07 14:38:30
2017-04-10 14:39:10
2017-04-13 14:38:28
2017-04-18 14:38:50
2017-04-19 14:38:50
2017-04-20 14:38:10
2017-04-21 14:38:02
2017-04-27 14:37:38
2017-04-28 14:38:20
2017-05-10 14:38:40
2017-05-11 14:39:05
2017-05-16 14:38:30
2017-05-19 14:38:55
2017-05-24 14:37:42
2017-05-25 14:38:20
5075 1537 1523 Tokyo - Fukuoka Container 2017-03-28 15:23:19
2017-04-03 15:23:25
2017-04-10 15:23:25
2017-04-12 15:23:50
2017-04-18 15:23:10
2017-05-10 15:23:37
2017-05-11 15:22:55
2017-05-12 15:26:40
2017-05-15 15:23:10
2017-05-19 15:23:07
2017-05-24 15:23:20
2017-05-25 15:23:33
8862 1521 1541 Shin-Nan-Yo - Kawasaki Other
3075 1611 1556 Sapporo - Nagoya Container 2017-03-28 15:56:50
2017-04-04 15:56:28
2017-04-07 15:56:31
2017-04-18 15:56:35
2017-04-19 15:57:00
2017-04-21 15:56:30
2017-04-27 15:56:15
2017-05-10 15:56:20
2017-05-11 15:56:53
2017-05-24 15:56:28
2017-05-25 15:56:15
5095 1630 1610 Tokyo - Inazawa Container 2017-03-24 16:14:00
2017-03-28 16:14:40
2052 1603 1620 Inazawa - Morioka Toyota Long Pass Express
No Sat/Pub.Hols
2017-03-24 16:20:00
2017-03-28 16:20:00
5050 1644 1704 Fukuoka - Tokyo Container
1070 1653 1713 Kumamoto - Tokyo Container
1050 1700 1720 Fukuoka - Tokyo Container 2017-03-24 17:15:00
71 1841 1825 Tokyo - Niihama Container 2017-03-29 18:25:50
2017-04-01 18:24:20
2017-04-10 18:24:26
1054 1822 1837 Nabeshima - Tokyo Container 2017-03-29 18:37:25
1072 1835 1850 Hiroshima - Sendai Container 2017-03-29 18:50:54
1091 1949 1929 Numazu - Fukuoka Container 2017-03-27 19:38:00
1052 1922 1942 Fukuoka - Koshigaya Container
5074 1931 1948 North Kyushu - Tokyo Container 2017-03-24 19:48:00
2017-03-27 19:47:40
2017-04-02 19:48:40
1058 2000 2016 Fukuoka - Utsunomiya Container 2017-03-28 20:16:10
2017-04-11 20:16:20
5053 2053 2033 Tokyo - Fukuoka Container
No Sundays
2017-03-28 20:39:20
5070 2106 2126 Fukuoka - Sendai Container 2017-03-28 21:28:22
5058 2131 2145 Okayama - Tokyo Container 2017-04-11 21:45:30
5055 2230 2210 Tokyo - Fukuoka Container
No Sundays
3070 2235 2255 West Hamamatsu - Sapporo Container
No Sundays
7085 2250 2230 Tokyo - Kudara/Hirano Container
67 2321 2301 Tokyo - East Fukuyama Container
5061 2328 2308 Chiba - Hiroshima Container
1085 2333 2313 Sendai - Osaka Container
8053 2255 2315 Utsunomiya - Hiroshima Container
1089 2345 2325 Tokyo - Osaka Container
5090 2313 2333 Nagoya - Sendai Container
2051 2317 2337 Morioka - Nagoya Container
No Sat/Sun
1061 0013 2353 Tokyo - Hiroshima Container

I hope I copied the above correctly!

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