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Japanese make trains invisible: Indians don't need them

Thu, Apr 07, 2016, 03:22 PM
The Japanese have designed an invisible train by using semi-reflective paint. The train comes and goes but you don't notice it because of the paint.

The train was designed by architecht Kujoyo Sejima for the Seyubu group to commemorate 100 years of the company.

The train is expected to have all the living-room facilities. It is to get on the rails within 2 years.

First the train would ply between Tokyo and Saitama, where the group is laying the railway line. It is expected to replace some Express routes only.

As for India, bullet train is ok, but not the Japanese invisible train. The people take to railway tracks for this and that. Everywhere the railway compound wall is broken and people take to tracks to reach their nearest destination. They depend on their eye rather than the ear while walking on the railway track. Sometimes the people have to be cautioned by fellow travellers to jump across a particular track where a train would be passing.
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