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SMRT train
Description: at Bukit Batok station
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Date: 02.01.2006 04:15
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Added by: KonstantineChoo

EXIF Info
Make: OLYMPUS CORPORATION
Model: C5060WZ
Exposure time: 1/15 sec(s)
Aperture value: F/3.2
ISO speed: 200
Date created: 26.12.2005 21:41:28
Focal length: 5.7mm

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k3nshiboi
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Join Date: 12.08.2005
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looks like...

it seems to mi is the 1st generation kawasaki trains as the windows are not light blue and the internal shots does not looks like one too
12.01.2006 09:52 Offline k3nshiboi 62490277
NickL
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Join Date: 16.11.2005
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Hmm...

Yea. See the numbering? Set 051&052. That means it's the 26th train. Still haven't reach the mark for 2nd gen.
12.01.2006 20:38 Offline NickL
k3nshiboi
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Join Date: 12.08.2005
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numbering

it has jumbled number.. the onli common pt to remember for 2nd gen train is their famous greenish blue windows... and their smaller size coach....
14.01.2006 21:43 Offline k3nshiboi 62490277
Samuel
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Join Date: 05.06.2004
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how do u tell

between a 1st n 2nd gen... simple... look at the entrance of the door... if there's a black pad by the door (on the floor), it's a 2nd gen..
14.01.2006 21:54 Offline Samuel
Samuel
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Join Date: 05.06.2004
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for this case...

it's a first gen.

and this is the station with the highest suicide rate if i am correct
14.01.2006 21:57 Offline Samuel
Samuel
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Join Date: 05.06.2004
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amazing

it's amazing how well SMRT maintainence their train. :)

despite this 1st generation train serve SMRT for so long, yet it's still in very good working condition.

by the way, the trains used ATP (automatic train protection) or ATC (automatic train control) or they just soley depend on the driver to react to situation?
21.01.2006 08:38 Offline Samuel
NickL
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Join Date: 16.11.2005
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Fyi,

now driver not even needed. Station control can do the full job. I saw driver walking in the train when the door closed and then accelerated! And the driver still relak-ly walking to the other cab.
21.01.2006 08:52 Offline NickL



 

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