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One of the joys of railfanning in Japan is that on most trains you can watch the driver through a glass partition. Audience participation is actually encouraged in some places with some trains having the driver above or below the passengers field of view. Longer and other vids are at http://youtube.com/Rocketboy1950
I really like the scene where the train appeared to catch up to & outpaced the cars on what looked like a divided highway; and the lack of grade crossings in what appears to be a few miles of travel in this video also caught my eye; the planners did a great job in laying out the track in this area in keeping cars and trains apart from one another.
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