JR East gets back on track

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JAPAN: Little more than six weeks after the earthquake and tsunami struck northeast of Honshu on March 11, East Japan Railway was able to resume services on the whole of the Tohoku Shinkansen on April 29. Although a number of ground facilities had been damaged by the earthquake, these were ...

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