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Maglev in Japan

After years of planning and testing and goodness alone knows what else, the Japanese government has given the green light for the Tokyo-Nagoya-Osaka maglev line to be built. Whilst the whole line will not be completed until 2045 (blimey I might be still around by then) the first phase between Tokyo and Nagoya should be [...]
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