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 Rail Japan 005 Aichi RegionAdded: October 04, 2007 

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Locomotive Details Location/Date of Video
Japan Railways (JR) (more..)
JR 313 series (more..)
Tokaido line (more..)
Okazaki and Toyohashi, Japan (more..)
April 29, 2007
Locomotive No./Train ID Videographer
313 5007 (more..)
5314F (more..)
Rod Williams (more..)
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Remarks: I'm unsure as to whether the young woman driving was being examined or simply doing a check ride with an inspector. You see the usual pointing at signals and the schedule which is utterly regimented in Japan. A 300 series shinkansen runs parallel with us as we approach the stop at Toyohashi.
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Posted by CaptainBazza on October 5, 2007

The reason for pointing and calling the signal is to ensure driver alertness. Japan was in the forefront of attempting to find a system to keep drivers alert and they found that the simple steps of having the driver point at the signal and call out the aspect was the most effective method. I remember this from a TV news item several years ago. Cheers Captain Bazza

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