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Ces derniers temps j'ai pris pas mal de fois le Shinkansen alors je profite pour vous montrer dans cette vidéo la ligne du Shinkansen ''Tokaido'' entre Tokyo et Kyoto;

J'aimerai d'abord vous expliquer comment ça marche ici;
D'abord il y a plusieurs lignes shinkansen, exactement au nombre de 06 (il y a d'autres en construction), comme il y a certaines lignes normale empruntées par le shinkansen comme la ligne Akita.
La vitesse varie selon les lignes de 240 jusqu’à 320 km/h.
La ligne la plus célèbre est le Shinkansen ''Tokaido'' mais la plus longue est la ligne ''Sanyo'' de plus de 600 km.
Dans la ligne ''Tokaido'' par exemple, il y a trois services ou dessertes: - Nozomi - Hikari - Kodama, chaque service desserve certaines gares, le Nozomi par exemple (le plus utilisé) ne desserve que les plus grandes gares, le Hikari est plus flexible et selon les trains et le kodama s’arrête dans toutes les gares, un vrai merdier!
Pour les classes il y a généralement deux, ordinaires et Green class (genre première classe), le ticket de ce dernier s'appelle « Green Pass »

La desserte Nozomi du Shinkansen entre Tokyo et Kyoto en Green First Class

 

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Barcelona, Spain: Estació de França (Railway Station)





The Estació de França is one of the major railway stations in Barcelona. It's the second busiest railway station of the city after Barcelona-Sants in terms of regional and long-distance ridership. It is worth seeing in its own right for the restrained mix of classical and more modern style that is complete with decoration in marble, bronze and crystal and its modernista and art déco motifs. Over the last three decades it has been eclipsed as Barcelona's main station by the underground sprawl of Sants. Indeed, most other stations of Barcelona are at least partly underground. The station's status as the terminus for international trains from and through France ended with the discontinuance of the trenhotels in 2013, which coincided with the introduction of the new high-speed daytime services to Paris, Toulouse, Lyons and Marseilles, all of which call at or terminate at Sants. Part of the original building now belongs to Pompeu Fabra University, serving as its "França building".




















 

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Barcelona: traveling on train between El Prat International Airport and Sants Station





 

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Spain: a quick view at some of the trains and locomotives of Renfe (the railways company of the State) in different spanish stations:


























 

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Madrid: Atocha Station











City: Madrid
Community: Madrid
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Atocha is the largest railway station in Madrid. It is the primary station serving commuter trains (Cercanías), intercity and regional trains from the south, and the AVE high speed trains from Barcelona (Catalonia), Zaragoza (Aragon), Sevilla (Andalusia), Málaga (Andalusia), Valencia and Alicante (Levante Region). The station is in the Atocha neighborhood of the district of Arganzuela. The original façade faces Plaza del Emperador Carlos V, a site at which a variety of streets converge, including the Calle de Atocha, Paseo del Prado, Paseo de la Infanta Isabel, Avenida de la Ciudad de Barcelona, Calle de Méndez Álvaro, Paseo de las Delicias, Paseo de Santa María de la Cabeza, and Ronda de Atocha.











 
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