The Class 481/482 is an electric multiple unit train for the Berlin S-Bahn which was designed to replace the aging rail cars after the German reunification in 1990. In 1990 most of the rail cars were still composed of mostly Class 475, 476 and 477… Read More
The Advanced Passenger Train (APT) was a tilting high speed train developed in the 1970s and early 1980s for use on the West Coast Main Line (WCML). The WCML contained many curves, and the APT pioneered the concept of active tilting to address these, a… Read More
The TGV Duplex is the third generation of French high-speed train and is the first TGV trainset to feature double-decker carriages. It was specially designed to increase capacity on high-speed lines with saturated traffic and features a seating capacity of 508 passengers. After its opening… Read More
The TGV Atlantique is the second generation of TGV high-speed trains used in France, built between 1988 and 1992 following on from the TGV Sud-Est. 105 trainsets were built for the opening of the LGV Atlantique line. The Atlantique is made up of two power… Read More
The E7 series Shinkansen high-speed train was introduced in 2014 and operates on the Hokuriku and Joetsu Shinkansen lines.
The E6 series Shinkansen high-speed train operates on Komachi “mini-shinkansen” services on the Tohoku and Akita Shinkansen from Tokyo to Akita. Technology incorporated in the E6 seeries is derived from the experimental Fastech 360Z train previously tested by JR East.
Derived from the experimental Fastech 360S train tested by JR East, the E5 series Shinkansen high-speed train is operated on the Tohoku Shinkansen services since 5 March 2011 and on Hokkaido Shinkansen services since 26 March 2016.
The E4 series shinkansen bullet train is the second series of double-decker Shinkansen trainsets, operating on the Tōhoku, Jōetsu Shinkansen, and occasionally Nagano Shinkansen.
The E3 series Shinkansen was built for Komachi services on the new Akita Shinkansen “mini-shinkansen” line, a regular 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) narrow-gauge line re-gauged to 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in) standard gauge.