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    Negishi-sen


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    Nice video. I'm sure the guys and gals who live in the houses under the tracks won't be getting any quiet time with all those trains rumbling overhead. LOL!

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    All things are relative, though. Living close to tracks, you get used to the noise and hardly hear it after a while. Same for me when I was aboard ship. My rack was directly under three, 4-inch water pipes and a ventilation stack with the blower right above on the next deck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Railshuttle View Post
    Nice video. I'm sure the guys and gals who live in the houses under the tracks won't be getting any quiet time with all those trains rumbling overhead. LOL!
    Actually, housing being built under railway tracks is extremely rare to find, as they hardly comply with the extremely strict Japanese building and health laws and regulations in a variety of ways.

    Most buildings placed under railway viaducts house shops, outlets, resturants, izakaya pubs and other non-residential, mostly commercial activities. Otherwise, most of the buildings found under viaducts (especially near industrial and port areas) are warehouses for a variety of goods. More recent "developments" may also include "rentable office spaces" and kindergartens and pre-schools.

    Here are a few examples: Ameyoko shopping street in Tokyo (under Keihin-Tohoku Line tracks - the likely inspiration from the video above), near Tsurumai station in Nagoya (under Chuo East Line tracks) and near Tennoji in Osaka (under Osaka Loop Line tracks).
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    Quote Originally Posted by pagroove View Post
    Yup, Suginami City is where I live now. There are many places like that on the Chuo line (Nakano-Mitaka).

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    I love Street View in either Google Maps or Google Earth. Spend many hours at various times a week roaming the roads I used to drive up in Northern Honshu and Hokkaido. The three years I spent in Japan wasn't near enough.

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    That's pretty interesting that there are structures like that for real. I'm guessing that they have some type of noise reduction gimmicks or materials?

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    Here is the latest Icarus Shinkansen v2.0. TRS 2019 progress.

    Still working on Icaruko Terminal Area in combination with other parts of Ikaruko Downtown. Made a nice Waterfront called Kobari Seaside. Here is a Terminal Station with the same name. This Terminal station provide quick access to various Ferry and Cruise Services within the Icarus Gulf. Also you can cath a ferry to ASO Island. Aso Island is a new project in this region that I will be working on with Duskeydusky. We will share some pics soon.

    Also I did some redesign of some line allignments in Minami Icaruko. I show here some pics of the new stations *(no names yet). And last I did the first station on the Icaruko main line North of the Awaji tunnel into Icaruko. This little station has also no name yet.

    1. Taxi's and busses at Icaruko Terminal:

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_09_20_22_20_31_826 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    2. Downtown Icaruko looking towards Icaruko View City Tower (254m)

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_09_20_22_21_22_901 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    Map Layout of Icaruko Terminal, ICM Icaruko station and Icaruko Yard:

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_09_20_22_22_01_501 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    4. Cruise Ships at Icaruko Kobari Seaside Cruise Terminal:

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_09_20_22_22_35_132 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    5. Icaruko Kobari Seaside WIP only laid tracks, platforms, stops and a nameboard:

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_09_20_22_22_54_407 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    6. 600 meter high drone overview of Icaruko Terminal as per current WIP status:
    I have still to do the city patterns on the left side:

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_09_20_22_23_49_823 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_09_20_22_22_54_407 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]


    7. Done some dockwalling at Icaruko Industrial Harbour. Here a mega freight yard is planned:

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_09_20_22_24_21_586 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]

    8. A new station crossing the Icarus main line and another line (yet to be named) in Minami Icaruko. Also have to redo the electrification as I realligned the tracks and made a new green viaduct.

    [IMG]TRS19_2021_09_20_22_24_48_322 by pagroove, on Flickr[/IMG]
    Last edited by pagroove; September 20th, 2021 at 03:53 PM. Reason: some pics where wrong

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    This Freight Car With JR EF series locomotive

    Nambu Line




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    Hello i would like to introduce you my recent finished project.

    Hanwa Line


    The Hanwa Line is a railway line (main line) of the West Japan Railway Company (JR West) that connects Tennoji Station in Tennoji Ward, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture to Wakayama Station in Wakayama City, Wakayama Prefecture.
    In addition, it has a branch line connecting Otori Station in Nishi-ku, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture to Higashi Hagoromo Station in Takaishi City, Osaka Prefecture. ​


    This route spans from Wakayama terminal to Hineno Station. ±30km in length. Station list can be seen below:



    Some screenshots related to the route:









    Rolling stocks are supported by JIRC (username: rizky_adiputra)
    but it is still underdevelopment. JIRC himself will announce when those are ready.

    The price is $25 which you can buy here: click me
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    Best Regards,

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    Wow it looks so realistic

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    Last edited by duskeyduskey; October 6th, 2021 at 10:18 AM.

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    @ Kurotrick.

    Congratulations on the release. This is sure a major moment for the Japan Trainz Community. I will probably order. Will contact you over the weekend as I still have a busy workweek and then have vacation for 14 days starting this weekend .

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    That is some serious detailing there pagroov. You made a new green vaidut for the narrow gauged tracks?! That's great to hear!!

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