A-Train Express ‘New Vehicles and Buildings’ screenshots

A look at the new vehicles and buildings featured in the game.

Artdink has released a new set of A-Train Express screenshots introducing the new vehicles and buildings featured in the upcoming urban development and railroad management simulation title.

Get the images below.

New Vehicles

—Hankyu 1000 Series: Hankyu Railway Kobe Main Line, Takarazuka Main Line, etc.

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—Hankyu 1300 Series: Hankyu Railway Kyoto Main Line, etc.

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—Hankyu 3000 Series: Hankyu Railway Imadzukita Line, Itami Line, etc.

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—Hanyku 3300 Series: Hankyu Railway Kyoto Main Line, etc.

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—KiHa 40 Series (Nagamare-Go): South Hokkaido Railway Company Line, etc.

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—521 Series: Ainokaze Toyama Railway Line, etc.

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—ET122 Series: Echigo Tokimeki Railway Company Nihonkai Hisui Line, etc.

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—521 Series: IR Ishikawa Railway Line, etc.

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—E235 Series: Yamanote Line

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—Seibu Railway 40000 Series

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—13000 Series: Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line

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—Keisei AE Series: Keisei Narita Airport Line “Sky Liner,” etc.

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—EV-E301 Series: Touhoku Main Line, Karasuyama Line

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—BEC819 Series: Chikuhou Main Line “Dencha”

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New Buildings

—Illumination

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—Railroad House

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—Star-Shaped Enclosure

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—Nougaku Gate

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—Twin Towers #1

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—Twin Towers #2

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—Opera House

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—Building with a Ferris Wheel

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—Western Style House

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—Maritime Museum

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—Railroad Museum

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If you missed it yesterday, catch a look at the Shinkansen featured in the game here. Read more about the game here.

A-Train Express is due out for PlayStation 4 on December 21 in Japan.

View the screenshots in high-res at the gallery.

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