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0 Series
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0 Series 6-car set at Higashi-Hiroshima Station

Number Built

3,216 vehicles

Build Dates

1963-1986

Formations

4, 6, 8, 12 or 16 cars per trainset

Capacity

368–1,340

The 0 Series Shinkansen is a Japanese class of railway locomotive


HistoryEdit

DevelopmentEdit

Set FormationsEdit

Preserved ExamplesEdit

There are many Preserved 0 Series locomotives including one at the York National Railway Mueseum


Vehicle number Date built Date withdrawn Location Remarks
16-1 March 1964 March 1977 Modern Transportation Museum, Osaka Cars from pre-production "C" set H1.[6]
21-1
22-1
35-1 August 1964 Cars from first production set H2.
21-2 July 1964 March 1977 The Railway Museum of Saitama From original set H2. Moved from Osaka in August 2008. Exhibited from October 2009.[7]
22-2 JR West Staff Training Centre, Suita, Osaka From original set H2.
21-25 April 1964 March 1978 The Railway Museum of Saitama Cab section only.

Originally displayed outside Tokyo Transport Museum.

22-56 August 1967 February 1982 "Wine no Kuni" hotel, Ikeda, Hokkaidō Front third section only.[6]
21-59 March 1968 February 1982 Shintsū Park, Fuji, Shizuoka
21-73 July 1969 October 1984 Shinkansen Park, Settsu, Osaka [6]
22-75 August 1969 March 1985 Ome Railway Park, Ome, Tokyo Repainted for short period into Tohoku ivory/green livery in late 1980s.[6]
22-77 September 1969 March 1990 Satsuki Kindergarten, Fukuoka Used as a staff room and library.[6]
36-84 1975 SCMaglev and Railway Park, Nagoya [8]
21-86 December 1971 November 1991 SCMaglev and Railway Park, Nagoya [8]
22-86 JR Central Hamamatsu Works [6]
21-100 September 1973 October 1991 Akishima City Library, Akishima, Tokyo Used as library reading room.[6]
21-141 June 1976 October 2000 JR Tadotsu Works, Shikoku Former set H94, later R52. Front half only.[6]
22-141 June 1976 October 2000 York National Railway Museum
22-1003 November 1976 November 1994 Namikawa Railway Heritage Park, Kameoka, Kyoto Cab section only.[6]
21-2023 January 1985 June 1998 Tokyu Car factory, Yokohama Cab section only. Preserved at Sakuma Rail Park until November 2009. Moved to Tokyu Car from July 2010.[9]
22-2029 March 1986 September 1999 Nippon Sharyo Factory, Toyokawa [6]
16-2034 1986 SCMaglev and Railway Park, Nagoya [8]
37-2523 1983 SCMaglev and Railway Park, Nagoya [8]
21-5035 (formerly 21-1032) - - Taiwan High Speed Rail Used as structure gauging car.
22-7007 - December 2008 Suita Yard, Osaka Prefecture From former set R68, awaiting preservation in public park.[10]
21-7008 (formerly 21-2026) 1983 December 2008 Kawasaki Heavy Industries factory, Hyogo Prefecture Car of last operational set, R61[11]
21-7038 - - Kawasaki Good Times World, within Kobe Maritime Museum West Hikari livery. Front third section

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