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Japan Railroad Signs and Signals

Postby wststreet » Sat 04.12.2008 5:09 am

Hope this is the right place to post this...

Do you know where can i find information about japan rail sings and signals, i am really curious, the railway system in japan looks really nice.
For example like this website is for my country: http://www.railwayfan.ro/index.php?ml=17
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Re: Japan Railroad Signs and Signals

Postby Mike Cash » Sat 04.12.2008 8:07 am

Never underestimate my capacity for pettiness.
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Re: Japan Railroad Signs and Signals

Postby wststreet » Sat 04.12.2008 9:04 am

Thank you very much, it's kinda what i'm looking for but there aren't many signals here.. just the light signals. Still waiting for more answers.
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Re: Japan Railroad Signs and Signals

Postby leergierig » Sat 04.12.2008 9:41 am

I know it's a somewhat obvious place to look for information, but have you tried reading http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_railway_signals?

I doubt whether it is more comprehensive than Mike's link, but I think it is worth a read. By the way, were you specifically looking for a Japanese article? I couldn't really tell from your post.
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Re: Japan Railroad Signs and Signals

Postby wststreet » Sat 04.12.2008 11:15 am

why am i stupid? how could i not find it on wikipedia, i did search... english is best thanks... japanese is ok too... damn wikipedia has everything...

Thank you very much, and sorry i didn't find that myself
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