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On Rails November 19, 2008

Posted by Brian L. Belen in Odds and Ends, Up and Away.

Something about trains has always fascinated me. Not just trains, really, but rather the entire concept of a train or subway system. The intricacy of railway networks, the efficiency with which they shuttle people and things from place to place, and the aptitude to navigate through them — all these things seem to take on a life of their own.

For this reason, coming across a brief article on Wired magazine about the Japanese subway system was quite a treat. There’s nothing overly remarkable about it, for sure. But if you like trains — even a little bit — it’s a fun diversion to peruse.

[Riding the Rails in Tokyo is Overwhelming, but Easy (Wired)]



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