Tsumesho by the railway tracks : Takumi Diorama Craft House - Pre-Painted HO (1:80) 1014
Measurements: W:155mm, D:70mm, H:55mm
Note: One CRD-controlled LED (with cap to diffuse the light softly) is already electrified. Simply apply 3-16V DC to the lead wire from the bottom of the model to enjoy the night view easily.
The lead wires are designed for easy wiring. It is easy to integrate into the layout.
The whole thing is placed on a 2mm thick board, so that it can be easily integrated into layouts. The ground is also in a familiar colour. We have also used a material that is easy to colour match to the existing ground.
The spacers underneath the building were used for photographic purposes only and are not included.
Information edited by Sakatsu Gallery
There used to be various filling stations in the station and beside the tracks.
There was a station for the crew, a station for the track crew, a station for the railway maintenance area, etc.
These buildings make the scenery and the rolling stock come alive, even if there is only one on the edge of the tracks.
This "Tsumesho" is modelled on the one that existed in Kameyama Station on the Kansai Main Line in the 1940s, but has been rearranged to look like a building that could have stood alone by the tracks.
The original storeroom on the left is clapboarded with narrower spacing. On the right is the storage area with push-barrel clapboards, but the clapboards are more widely spaced.
On the right is the storage area, which is clapboarded with pressed-edged clapboards.
The roof has a rusty tin finish.
The room is furnished with wooden desks, chairs and a kettle on the stove. The walls are covered with safety flags and there are blackboards and calendars on which the work schedule is written.
You can also see a locker which has started to discolour.
Outside the building there are drums of water for fire protection, fire sand, brooms, dustpans, water taps and sinks.
The signs are attached with low adhesive double-sided tape for easy removal and replacement.
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