Once done with the Cafe Plataku visit, I headed back to downtown Tokyo by the Keisei Kanamachi Line again to connect to the JR Joban Line (Local) and Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line to maximise the use of my Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass (Tokunai Pass) and Tokyo Subway 72-hour Ticket on the through running services from Kanamachi.
Heading up to the station via the North Entrance.
The ticket concourse of Keisei-Takasago Station.
Heading into the ticket gates of the Keisei Kanamachi Line.
Heading up the slope to Platform 5.
The single Platform 5 of the Keisei Kanamachi Line.
The platform and line sign of the Keisei Kanamachi Line at Keisei-Takasago Station.
There is an alert when the train is approaching.
A Keisei 3500 series approaching Keisei-Takasago Station on the Keisei Kanamachi Line.
The Keisei 3500 series at Keisei-Takasago Station Platform 5.
The platform is just long enough for a 4-car train.
The front view of the train. Unfortunately, the platform is not long enough at this end for a full shot of the train.
Looking back down Platform 5.
The destination sign of the train has changed to Kanamachi even before the train arrived at the terminal station.
The interior of the Keisei 3500 series.
The driving cab of the Keisei 3500 series without the brake handle which is with the driver who is changing cabs.
Looking up towards Keisei-Kanamachi Station.
The builder plates of Nippon Sharyo, Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Tokyu Car Corporation on the Keisei 3500 series.
The car number plate of the Keisei 3500 series.
Departing from Keisei-Takasago, passing by Takasago Train Base on the Keisei Kanamachi Line elevated track.
Approaching down to the connecting track from the Keisei Main Line.
Making a brief stop at Shibamata Station.
The station sign of Shibamata Station.
Disembarking from the train at Keisei-Kanamachi with everyone else heading to the JR Joban Line (Local) too.
The destination sign has changed back to Takasago already.
The end of the Keisei Kanamachi Line at Keisei-Kanamachi Station with a concrete wall surrounding the buffer stop. I guess stakes are high here in the unlikely event of an overrun at speed with the houses just after this buffer stop.
The Keisei 3500 series at Keisei-Kanamachi Station.
Heading out of the station through the ticket gates just beside the platform.
Crossing the zebra crossing to Kanamachi Station.
Heading into Kanamachi Station to continue my journey on the JR Joban Line (Local) and Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line with my my Tokyo Metropolitan District Pass (Tokunai Pass) and Tokyo Subway 72-hour Ticket.