Bullet Train
Bullet Train



     By
   Henry S.
When were
they invented?
When were
they invented?
 Bullet trains were first
   introduced in 1964.
How fast do
bullet trains
     go?
How fast do
 bullet trains
      go?
Bullet trains go at about 130
 miles per hour and faster!
 They are so fast that it’s...
Where do
bullet trains
     go?
Where do
 bullet trains
      go?
In Honshu there are a lot of
 bullet trains. They connect
Tokyo with cities and islands
...
How do you
control bullet
   trains?
How do you
control bullet
   trains?
Sometimes when the driver
is driving, the train is going
  200 kilometers per hour!
W...
What do
bullet trains
  look like
   inside?
What do
 bullet trains
   look like
    inside?
 In one of the newest bullet
trains (the 700 series) there
 are 2 seats on...
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  • Henry Bullet Train Keynote

    1. 1. Bullet Train
    2. 2. Bullet Train By Henry S.
    3. 3. When were they invented?
    4. 4. When were they invented? Bullet trains were first introduced in 1964.
    5. 5. How fast do bullet trains go?
    6. 6. How fast do bullet trains go? Bullet trains go at about 130 miles per hour and faster! They are so fast that it’s a really convenient and safe way to travel.
    7. 7. Where do bullet trains go?
    8. 8. Where do bullet trains go? In Honshu there are a lot of bullet trains. They connect Tokyo with cities and islands in Japan.
    9. 9. How do you control bullet trains?
    10. 10. How do you control bullet trains? Sometimes when the driver is driving, the train is going 200 kilometers per hour! When he is trying to read a signal, he zooms past. So there is a thing called an Automatic Train Control (ATC) and it keeps the train’s speed under control.
    11. 11. What do bullet trains look like inside?
    12. 12. What do bullet trains look like inside? In one of the newest bullet trains (the 700 series) there are 2 seats on the right and 3 on the left. They are also pretty long.
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