|Date:||Saturday, April 15th, 2000|
|Film:||Fuji Nexia APS 100 (print)|
|Lens:||28-70mm f/2.8 ED-IF AF-S Zoom-Nikkor|
|Tag:||Japan, train, train station|
|Larger image:||852 x 1500|
John Harvey Photo > Trips out of the Country > A Trip to Japan > Nikko > Shinkansen to Aizu
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We got on this one! Those markers on the ground tell you which car
pulls up where. The yellow strip is for blind people. The edge strip is to keep you
away from the trains. There is a station conductor to help, when all that fails.