This pack includes several liveries for JR 0 series Shinkansen, allows you to reappear those classic train of JR’s golden old days.
Top speed: 220 kph
-12 Cars H Set:
The initial shinkansen fleet delivered for use on Hikari and Kodama services on the Tōkaidō Shinkansen from 1 October 1964 consisted of 30 12-car sets. Had bigger windows.
-16 Cars NH Set:
Between 1977 and 1980, 35 new 16-car NH sets were formed of −1000 subseries cars (batches 22 to 29) for Hikari services on the Tōkaidō Shinkansen and San’yō Shinkansen lines.
-4 Cars Q Set:
4-car Q sets were formed from March 1997 for use on Kodama shuttle services running between Hakata and Kokura/Hiroshima, and also for use on some Hakata-Minami Line duties. These sets had no Green car.
-6 Cars R Set:
The 6-car R units with no Green car were first formed in June 1985. The refurbished units were recognisable externally by an extra thin blue line below the windows (as with West Hikari SK sets), and new “W” decals near the doors.
-6 Cars WR Set:
The 6-car R units with no Green car were first formed in June 1985. The refurbished units were recognisable externally by its black and fresh green line.
-12 Cars SK Set:
These 12-car SK sets based at Hakata Depot were operated by JR-West on Sanyo Shinkansen West Hikari services between Shin-Osaka and Hakata. The sets were recognizable externally by the addition of an extra thin blue line below the windows and by the large “West” decals near the doors.
Next may be one of them:
–Class 1000 (1000形) : was the classification given to the two prototype Japanese Shinkansen trains built for high-speed testing ahead of the opening of the Tōkaidō Shinkansen in 1964.Set B recorded a world speed record of 256 km/h (159 mph) at that time.
–Class 941: from class 1000 (set A).
–Class 922: (0 series type)
922-0 (Set T1): 4-car set converted in 1964 from the prototype set (class 1000 Set B) built in 1961, and withdrawn in 1976.
922-10 (Set T2): 7-car set owned by JR Central. Built in 1974 and withdrawn in 2001.
922-20 (Set T3): 7-car set owned by JR West. Built in 1979 and withdrawn in 2005.
–Class 925: (200 series type)
925/0 (Set S1): 7-car set owned by JR East. Delivered in 1979 and withdrawn in 2001.
925/10 (Set S2): 7-car set owned by JR East. Converted from former Class 962 test train in 1982 and withdrawn in 2002.
–Class 200: The 200 series (200系) was a Shinkansen high-speed train type introduced by Japanese National Railways (JNR) for the Tohoku Shinkansen and Joetsu Shinkansen high-speed rail lines in Japan, and operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) until 2013. Early version using head looks like the same as series 0.
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