--The EF65 536, which preserves the forehead at the Sekisui Metal Saitama Factory, was used as a prototype and commercialized as a commemoration of the online holding of the Tetsukon 2020 Tokyo Games, assuming that it is still active.
--EF65 536 was born as EF65 78 in March 1967, and in July of the following year, it was remodeled to 536 due to lack of passengers in the 500 series for high speed, and replaced with EF65 1000 in 1978. ) Until July, he took the lead in the sleeper limited express between Tokyo and Shimonoseki, and was very active.
――After that, he continued to play an active role as a towing machine for freight trains even after the inauguration of JR, and after a one-year suspension, he retired in December 1998. After retirement, the frontal region on the 1st end side will be preserved at our Saitama factory, and it will be preserved in front of the Saitama factory entrance in May 2001, when taking commemorative photos at each scene including the factory tour. It is a photo spot of.
--EF65 536 Sekisui Metal Preservation Machine <Iron Con 2020 Tokyo Games Online Commemoration>
--KATO, Sekisui metal head mark included
--The top surface of the runboard and the H rubber of each part are set in black.
--Number is [EF65 536] installed
--Manufacturer's plate is printed by [Toyo Electric / Kisha Seizo]
--Equipped with lightning arrester LA17
--The lower part of the pantograph is gray
--No side JR mark
--The H rubber of each part is black
--Full inspection notation [13-5 Saitamako]
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )