2012 Picture of the Week (44/52) – Yokohama Seaside Line

The Yokohama Seaside Line isn’t a traditional train.  It runs on rubber tires on a guideway, and it’s fully automated.  There is no driver.  It runs between Shin-Sugita Station and Kanazawa-Hakkei Station.  This picture is taken under the line.  The entire line is elevated.  Also, a little news.  Today, this blog reached 50,000 views!  Thank you very much!  And now the picture.

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Seaside Line bridges.

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Filed under Japan, Kanagawa, Kanazawa-ku, Picture of the Week, Yokohama

2 responses to “2012 Picture of the Week (44/52) – Yokohama Seaside Line

  1. Hello! I am enjoying your pics of Japan (I live in Tokyo). I just put up a video about riding the Kanazawa Seaside line on Youtube. Feel free to take a look! Click my name or search on Youtube for Tsuzumist.

    • Thanks! I will take a look. I’m not very experienced with the Seaside Line, but I used to live near Shin-Sugita Station, as well as worked in the area for several years.

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