6 Crazy Reasons that Led To Train Delays in Japan

4. A Day To Forget

A conductor forgot to bring the keys to the conductor room and the Joban line had to be stopped. You had one job.


5. Gone With The Wind

Conductor in the spotlight again. Announcement along the lines of:

“A male conductor’s glasses were blown away by the wind. As this would impact his ability to carry out his duties, a relief conductor has been arranged and the delay is estimated to last for 55 minutes”.

You can’t fault their precision with the time estimation though.


6. Checkpoint

A lone balloon on the tracks at Kikuna Station almost looks like a checkpoint in a platform game. Get it? Platform game. But a show-stopper in real life.

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