--Thank you Tokyo Metro 7000 series vehicle
--7001 and 7016 trains that are about to retire running on the Yurakucho Line and Fukutoshin Line are finally commercialized.
--The Tokyo Metro 7000 series is a vehicle that was introduced in conjunction with the opening of the Yurakucho Line between Ikebukuro and Ginza 1-chome in 1974. Both formations were active.
――Later, it was extended to Shintomicho, Narimasu, and Wako City, and it became a 10-car train that incorporated additional cars, and started mutual direct operation with the Tobu-Tojo Line, Seibu-Yurakucho Line, and Ikebukuro Line.
――Before the opening of the Fukutoshin Line in 2007, the identification band was changed, ATO equipment was installed, and the number of cars was changed from 10 cars to 8 cars.
――Since 2013, mutual direct operation with the Tokyu Toyoko Line and Minatomirai Line has started, and we have continued to run in Kanagawa, Tokyo, Saitama and 1 metropolitan area and 2 prefectures to this day.
――The 7000 series rolling stock is the oldest rolling stock in Tokyo Metro, and the baton is sequentially entrusted to the new 17000 series rolling stock, which was introduced in 2021, and all trains are scheduled to retire in the future.
--In terms of products, we will commercialize 8-car trains (Fukutoshin Line) and 10-car trains (Yurakucho Line / Fukutoshin Line), which are the appearance of 7000 series cars that have supported transportation in the Tokyo metropolitan area for more than 45 years.
-As accessories, an antenna, a sticker, a bogie frame (for 2 cars) and this time a commemorative trading card will be attached to each set.
――Why don't you have the male figure of a famous car that ran through Showa, Heisei, and Reiwa?
--Antenna x 2
--Bogie frame x 2 cars (for 3rd car)
--Seal x 1
--Trading card x 1
――By using the separately sold power unit and N gauge running parts, you can run it as an N gauge model railroad.
--Power unit 20m class A2 TM-14 / Driving parts set TT-04R / <0238> Pantograph PG16
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