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JR East has added new exhibits to an expanded train wreck museum (事故の歴史展示館) including the 2014 Kawasaki derailment, and a Joban Line train swept away by the 2011 tsunami. sankei.com/photo/story/ne…

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This prompted me to read about train accidents, including railyard electrocutions. This slide deck is informative and has beautifully alarmist formatting. A fax machine was even one of the root causes :) slideplayer.com/slide/12988160/ pic.twitter.com/zDXIVvv0oJ
 
 
 
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Is it not in bad taste to have this exhibit? Also, why would you want to promote the fact your trains can crash?! You'd think they'd instantly destroy the wreckage and turn it into Hello Kitty figures or something.
 
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How can you pretend to have a trainwreck museum when there's no USA exhibit?
 
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Neither of these incidents resulted in deaths according to Wikipedia and a Japan Times article, so I guess it's OK to show 🤷‍♂️
 
 
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First saw that familiar blue and thought, "Oh, Keihin Tohoku 🤦‍♀️" Glad there were no injuries for that particular incident.
 
 
What a train wreck.. ;)
 

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