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A few years ago I wanted to ride the Shonan Monorail but the stations weren’t accessible.
Apparently they renovated 2 years ago and added elevators and accessible toilets.
Not every station is accessible but the end stations (Ofuna and Shonan Enoshima) are – and they give you the longest ride. Also, unless you live near one of the other stations, there really is no point to get off there.
The monorail is neat because it has a number of ups and downs, turns and going through tunnels. It is a bit like a roller coaster!
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