Toei 10-000 series

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Toei 10-000 series
東京都交通局10-000形7次車.jpg
7th-batch set 10-250 in June 2009
In service December 1978 – February 2018
Manufacturer Alna Koki, Hitachi, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Kinki Sharyo, Nippon Sharyo, Tokyu Car
Constructed 1971–1997
Entered service 21 December 1978
Refurbishment 2009–
Number built 224 vehicles (28 sets)
Number in service None
Formation 8 cars per set
Operator(s) Toei Subway
Depot(s) Oshima
Line(s) served Toei Shinjuku Line, Keio Line, Keio Sagamihara Line
Specifications
Car body construction Stainless steel
Car length 20,000 mm (65 ft 7 in)
Width 2,800 mm (9 ft 2 in)
Doors 4 pairs per side
Maximum speed 120 km/h (75 mph)
Traction system Chopper control
Acceleration 3.3 km/h/s
Deceleration 4.0 km/h/s (service)
4.5 km/h/s (emergency)
Electric system(s) 1,500 V DC
Current collection method Overhead wire
Safety system(s) ATC
Track gauge 1,372 mm (4 ft 6 in)

The Toei 10-000 series (東京都交通局10-000形) is an electric multiple unit (EMU) train type that was operated by the Tokyo subway operator Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation (Toei) on the Toei Shinjuku Line in Tokyo, Japan, from 1978 until 2018.

Operations[edit]

The 10-000 series operated on the Toei Shinjuku Line between Shinjuku and Motoyawata, and also on inter-running services over the Keio Line from Shinjuku as far as Hashimoto on the Keio Sagamihara Line.[1]

Formations[edit]

By April 2017, the fleet consisted of five eight-car sets (sets 10-240 to 10-280) with six motored (M) cars and two trailer (T) cars, formed as shown below, with car 1 at the Shinjuku end.[1]

Car No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Designation Tc2 M2' M1 M2 M1 M2 M1 Tc1
Numbering 10-xx9 10-xx8 10-xx7 10-xx6 10-xx5 10-xx2 10-xx1 10-xx0
  • "xx" corresponds to the set number.
  • Cars 3 and 7 were each fitted with two lozenge-type pantographs, and car 5 has one.[1]

Interior[edit]

Passenger accommodation consisted of longitudinal bench seating throughout. Wheelchair spaces were added when the original six-car sets were lengthened to eight-car sets.[2]

History[edit]

The prototype set, 10-010, was built in 1971, and initially tested on the Toei Mita Line.[3][4]

Refurbishment commenced in fiscal 2009, this consisted of adding external speakers, replacing the original roller blind destination indicators with LED indicators, moving the body side destination indicators from the ends to a central position, and adding interior passenger information displays.[2]

10-300R series set 10-340, formed of former 10-000 series intermediate cars, May 2006

In 2005 and 2006, the 10-xx7 and 10-xx8 cars of sets 10-010 to 10-180 were refurbished and reformed with new driving cars to become 10-300R series, these cars were built between 1986 and 1989 as batches 3 and 5 to lengthen original 6-car sets to 8 cars, and so were still relatively new compared to the rest of the cars in the sets in which they were contained.[5]

The final set, 10-280, was retired on 11 February 2018.[6]

Build details[edit]

Source:[5][7]

Set No. Batch Delivery date Manufacturer Remarks
10-010 - 26 November 1971 Nippon Sharyo Prototype, built as 4-car set. Lengthened to 6 cars in November 1978, and to 8 cars in October 1988.
10-020 1 10 November 1978 Tokyu Car Initially built as 6-car sets. Lengthened to 8 cars with addition of 5th-batch cars between 1988 and 1989.
10-030 10 November 1978 Tokyu Car
10-040 10 November 1978 Tokyu Car
10-050 10 November 1978 Tokyu Car
10-060 10 November 1978 Tokyu Car
10-070 10 November 1978 Tokyu Car
10-080 10 November 1978 Tokyu Car
10-090 10 November 1978 Tokyu Car
10-100 2 20 October 1979 Nippon Sharyo Initially built as 6-car sets. Lengthened to 8 cars with addition of 5th-batch cars in 1989
10-110 20 October 1979 Nippon Sharyo
10-120 20 October 1979 Nippon Sharyo Initially built as 6-car sets. Lengthened to 8 cars with addition of 3rd-batch cars in July 1986.
10-130 17 December 1979 Nippon Sharyo
10-140 17 December 1979 Nippon Sharyo
10-150 17 December 1979 Nippon Sharyo
10-160 17 December 1979 Nippon Sharyo
10-170 17 December 1979 Nippon Sharyo
10-180 17 December 1979 Nippon Sharyo
10-190 3 23 April 1986 Hitachi Air-conditioning fitted 1993-1995.
10-200 20 May 1986 Hitachi
10-210 25 July 1986 Hitachi
10-220 4 10 May 1988 Kinki Sharyo
10-230 24 May 1988 Kinki Sharyo
10-240 6 27 February 1989 Kinki Sharyo
10-250 7 25 March 1992 Kinki Sharyo
10-260 25 March 1992 Kinki Sharyo
10-270 8 12 December 1997 Alna Koki Lightweight stainless steel construction.
10-280 12 December 1997 Alna Koki

The original six-car sets were later lengthened to eight cars with the addition of pairs of 3rd-batch (14 vehicles built in 1986 by Hitachi) and 5th-batch (22 vehicles built between 1988 and 1989 by Kawasaki Heavy Industries) cars.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c 私鉄車両編成表 2017 [Private Railway Rolling Stock Formations - 2017] (in Japanese). Japan: Kotsu Shimbunsha. 25 July 2017. p. 32. ISBN 978-4-330-81317-2. 
  2. ^ a b 東京都営地下鉄 [Tokyo Toei Subway]. Japan Railfan Magazine (in Japanese). Vol. 52 no. 611. Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. March 2012. pp. 12–13. 
  3. ^ 日本の地下鉄 [Subways of Japan] (in Japanese). Japan: Ikaros Publishing. 20 April 2013. p. 15. ISBN 978-4-86320-701-1. 
  4. ^ The 地下鉄 [The Subway]. Japan: Sansuisha. 29 September 2004. p. 45. ISBN 4-06-366218-7. 
  5. ^ a b c Kajiwara, Hisashi (July 2009). 公営地下鉄在籍両数ビッグ3 東京都交通局 [Top 3 Subway Vehicle Owners: Toei]. Japan Railfan Magazine (in Japanese). Vol. 49 no. 579. Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. pp. 134–136. 
  6. ^ Ueshin, Daisuke (11 February 2017). 都営新宿線10-000形引退へ - 10-280編成、2/11夜ラストラン予定 [Retirement of 10-000 series set 10-280 on the Toei Shinjuku Line, last run scheduled for the night of February 11]. Mynavi Corporation (in Japanese). Japan. Archived from the original on 13 February 2018. Retrieved 13 February 2018. 
  7. ^ Konoda, Tsuneo (March 2018). 都営地下鉄新宿線の車両たち 後編 [Rolling Stock of the Toei Subway Shinjuku Line (Part 2)]. Japan Railfan Magazine (in Japanese). Vol. 58 no. 683. Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. p. 100-105.