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This is a high-speed pantograph that is on the E5-Series Shinkansen — photo from http://locomotive.wikia.com/wiki/Pantograph
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Eisvogel Alcedo atthis Ed Merritt Photographer: Gisela Delpho / Picture Press — photo from https://flic.kr/p/9FW1wg
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This is the end car of the first delivered set of 500-Series Shinkansen as seen at the Kyoto Railway Museum in May 2016 by Rsa — photo from https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=48640681

Design Voices

A publication for designers, developers and data nerds …

Skipper Chong Warson

Written by

Design director at @sheptravels; formerly of @thoughbot, @Fjord, @mediabistro, @frontlinepbs, @Sesamecare, and others

Design Voices

A publication for designers, developers and data nerds - from the aspiring to the expert, and anywhere in between. Content created and curated by Fjord, design and innovation from Accenture Interactive.

Skipper Chong Warson

Written by

Design director at @sheptravels; formerly of @thoughbot, @Fjord, @mediabistro, @frontlinepbs, @Sesamecare, and others

Design Voices

A publication for designers, developers and data nerds - from the aspiring to the expert, and anywhere in between. Content created and curated by Fjord, design and innovation from Accenture Interactive.

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