Hear hear @SJ_AB, THIS is how you should do it.  connectedtravelling:
In 2004, due to typhoons, the Shinkansen total annual delays were 42 seconds. It was a disgrace to Japan. (source) If a train were to be late for 5 minutes, everyone receives a free journey and an apology from the conductor. If a train is delayed 10 minutes, it would be in the newspaper. So to say train delays are serious business would be an understatement. And last week, knowing what I knew about trains and average delays, I began snapping the following photos, unfolding in time, to mark the first major delay of a Japanese Shinkansen in 2011.

Shinkansen was late for a total of 0.6 seconds in 2010

Av Fredrik Andersson

Fredrik Andersson, skribent och kreatör för webbplatsen. De tankar, idéer och åsikter som uttrycks här är mina egna som privatperson.