In 2017, the world experienced a train disaster that has haunted train enthusiasts for more than a decade.
While many of the images in this gallery were captured by train enthusiasts in the early days of the train disaster, we’re excited to finally have the chance to share them with you.
From the early morning hours of October 10, 2017, trains derailed on the northern Japanese island of Kyushu and sent passengers fleeing to the safety of the sea.
The accident resulted in the deaths of almost 800 people.
Now, thanks to the work of some train enthusiasts, we have compiled the best train pictures from the year.
Here’s a look at the best trains from the past, and what we can expect in the future:The first train to leave Japan in 2017:The Tokyo-Kyushu Line (T-T) was the first train in the world to depart Japan and set off on its maiden voyage from Tokyo to Kyushou.
The T-T was built in 1930 and was a modern, high-speed, long-distance railway built in the style of the German and French line.
Its designers had to overcome many hurdles before they were able to make the T-F Line, which ran from Tokyo-Haneda to Tokyo-Nagoya in 2020.
In this photo, passengers ride the T.
T between Tokyo and Nagoya.