National Railway Museum, York

Japanese Shinkansen Leading Car 22-141 'Bullet Train',
built by West Japan Railways in 1976 and withdrawn
from service in October 2000.  The Shinkansen
(literally 'new trunk line') is a network of high-speed
railway lines in Japan.  The maximum operating speed
is 320 km/h (200 mph) while test runs have reached
443 km/h (275 mph).  The original Tōkaidō Shinkansen,
connecting the largest cities of Tokyo and Osaka,
is the world's busiest high-speed rail line, carrying
151 million passengers per year (March 2008).

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