Talk:Bullet train (Japan)

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 Definition Officially the 'Shinkansen' (新幹線); Japan's fastest train, inaugurated in 1964 and run by Japan Railways. [d] [e]

Probably doesn't need formal disambiguation from...

the freight trains in the American South at which the good old boys take potshots with .22 bullets, but just in case... :-) Howard C. Berkowitz 21:02, 7 January 2011 (UTC)

 :) Who knows, the U.S, may purchase it. Between the French TGV and the Japanese Shinkansen, the TGV is cheaper but the Shinkansen is safer. So, that'll be the TGV, then. John Stephenson 12:10, 8 January 2011 (UTC)