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Below are train interiors or misc stations of the subways of Tokyo


Interior of a Ginza line train (7/14/08) tokyo-hr-A-aoto-060903-1.jpg (272008 bytes)Here a TOEI class train is on layover at Aoto station. Cross platform transfers with the Keisei railway maybe made here. (6/9/03)
tokyo-hr-O-061003-01.jpg (313555 bytes)Interior of an O-Edo car. (6/10/03) tokyo-hr-C-061103-01.jpg (397722 bytes)The interior of a Chiyoda Train. (6/11/03)
Interior of a Fukutoshin Line train (7/14/08) tokyo-hr-H-061003-01.jpg (394412 bytes)Interior of a Hibiya Line train. (6/10/03)
tky-hr-tr05.jpg (27305 bytes)The platform doors on the Namboku line. This line is semi-automated the first in Tokyo not to use conductors. All the platforms have windowed wall and doors to the trackways. The doors open with the train doors. (1996) LCD screens on a Fukutoshin line train (7/14/08)
The cab of a Marunouchi line train (2/4/10) Ginza Line train (4/28/17)
Ginza Line train cab (4/28/17) Ginza Line train (4/28/17)

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