|Series 5000 “AKAGI” (one-man operation, two-car formation, car length 20m)
Seibu Railway Series 101-277 and 278 were rebuilt at the Seibu Musashigaoka Car Inspection and Repair Station in 2011, moved to the Kotesashi Depot on October 13th of the same year, and transported to the Shin-Akitsu – Umabashi Station on the 17th of the same year. The EF65 1050 belonging to the Shin-Tsurumi Engine Works was in charge of pulling the train between Shin-Akitsu and Koshigaya Freight Terminal, and the DE10 1155 belonging to the same engine section was in charge of pulling the train between Koshigaya Freight Terminal and Mabashi.
|Musashioka Rolling Stock Inspection and Maintenance Depot||Nagareyama Station|
|The “Nanohana” formation of the Nagare Railway pulled the train between “Umabashi” and “Nagareyama” Stations.
The photo shows the train undergoing specification changes at the Seibu Musashigaoka Rolling Stock Inspection and Maintenance Center.
|Series 5000 “Ryusei” (one-man operation, 2-car formation, car length 20m)
The “Ryusei” is a new Series 101 built in 1982 at Seibu Tokorozawa factory.
It was remodeled at Seibu Musashigaoka Sharyo Inspection and Maintenance Center, and started commercial operation on March 11, 2011.
Ryusei” was renumbered to KUMOHA5002 and KUMOHA5102 by Ryutetsu.
|(1)Near Saiwaiya Station||(2)Around Mabashi Station|
|Series 5000 “Nagarema” (one-man train, 2-car formation, car length 20m)
The “Nagarema” was remodeled from new Series 101-273F (made in 1982 at Seibu Tokorozawa factory) at Musashigaoka Sharyo Inspection and Training Center of Seibu Railway in 2009, and was transported from Shin-Akitsu Station to Mabashi Station on June 22, 2009.
It was renumbered KUMOHA5001 and KUMOHA5101 and started operation in January 2010.
This is the third generation of “Nagareuma”.
|Series 2000 “Nanohana” (2-car formation, car length 20m)
Nanohana” is the car which was transferred from Seibu Railway Series 701-757F manufactured at Seibu Tokorozawa factory in 1966. The leading part of Kuha 1757/1758 was combined with Seibu Moha 757/758, and the 2000 series KUMOHA 2005/2006 was used as “Nanohana” by Ryutetsu.
|Around the Finigasaki Statiion||Nagareyama Station|
|Series 2000 “Aozora” (2-car formation, car length 20m)
The “Aozora” entered the line in 1994. it is a former Seibu Railway Series 801 built at Seibu Tokorozawa factory in 1968. the two lorries unit of MOHA803+MOHA804 of 1803F formation (1803+803+804+1804) was transferred to Ryutetsu with KUHA1803 and KUHA1804 cabs attached to it. The number was changed to KUMOHA2001 and KUMOHA2002.
|Near Nagareyama Station||Nagareyama Station|
|Series 3000 “Wakaba” (3-car formation, car length 20m)
The “Wakaba” was acquired from the Seibu Railway Series 101 early low-cabin car and operated in 3-car formation with green body since 1999, but it was withdrawn from operation after the “Farewell Operation” on May 15, 2011 because all trains were changed to 2-car formation in 2011.
|Near Nagareyama Station|
|Series 3000 “Ryusei” (3-car formation, car length 20m)
The “Ryusei” was operated in 3-car formation with orange body since 1999, which was acquired from the Seibu Railway Series 101 early low driver’s car.
In 2011, all trains were changed to 2-car trains, so “Ryusei” was withdrawn from operation after “Sayonara Operation” on August 29, 2011.
|(1)Around Nagareyama Station||(2)Around Nagareyama Station|
|The main running gear of the current Ryutetsu trains uses a hollow shaft parallel cardan drive system as the drive system, and a MMC-HTB-20E type resistance controller controls the 150kW output DC DC direct-wound electric motor. The brake system is an electromagnetic direct-current pneumatic brake (HSC-D) with a generator brake with a speed brake, but without power regeneration.|