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Undated - Masaru Inoue (1843- 1910) is the first director of railways in Japan. He played a leading role in Japan's railway planning and construction, including the construciton of the Nakasendo Railway, selection of the alternative route (Tokaido), and the proposals for future mainline railway networks. Because of these works, he is called "father of the Japanese railways". (Photo by Kingendai Photo Library/AFLO)

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Masaru Inoue (1843- 1910)
Undated - Masaru Inoue (1843- 1910) is the first director of railways in Japan. He played a leading role in Japan's railway planning and construction, including the construciton of the Nakasendo Railway, selection of the alternative route (Tokaido), and the proposals for future mainline railway networks. Because of these works, he is called "father of the Japanese railways". (Photo by Kingendai Photo Library/AFLO)

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Source: AFLO
Date 4 Aug 2011
Location: Japan
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Restrictions: JAPAN OUT, NO THIRD PARTY SALES
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