The month we take a look at a few JR Freight shunting operations.
All Photos: Anthony Robins DE 10 1517 on its way from the Nippon Sharyo plant in Toyokawa in Aichi Prefecture with JR Freight Koki 107-1000 container flat wagons on 31st October 2014.
DE 10 1750 also en route from the Nippon Sharyo plant hauling Meitetsu's then new EMU set 3307 on 19th August 2015. It would then proceed via Toyohashi, the Tōkaidō Main Line and the Nagoya Coastal Railway for handover to Meitetsu.
DF200 220 comes off of an industrial line to join the main line at Yokkaichi in Mie Prefecture with a train of Taki 1900 cement wagons on 3rd July 2021. The wagons are based at Higashi Fujiwara on the Sangi Railway.