Locomotive Office : Takumi Diorama Craft House - Pre-Painted HO (1:80) 1024
Measurements: W:141mm, D:66mm, H:94mm
Note: Pre-decorated with two CRD-controlled light bulb LEDs. (Just apply 3-14V 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. The lead wires are easy to wire and can be easily integrated into the layout.
The spacers seen in the image are for photographic purposes only and are not included with the product.
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
This is a special completed kit "Engine Office" made by M's Collection.
This product is modeled after the Ishioka engine office of the Kashima Railway with some arrangements. The clapboards look like they were made in the early 1940s, so they look like they were made in the Kanto Railway Hokota Line era.
The body itself makes the most of the kit, and the Takumi Diorama Craft House taste has been sprinkled throughout to focus on areas that are not fully reproduced in the kit.
In particular, the window frames and sliding doors have been changed from the paper ones supplied with the kit to laser cut thin sheets, greatly improving their texture.
The roof is now made of tiles.
The roof has been replaced by tiles made by Sakatsu Gallery, which are thinner and more realistic, especially at the edges.
The addition of gutters, weathering and electric lighting is also done in the Takumi Diorama Craft House style.
The floorboards on the first floor have been added to make the wiring visible, and the vertical lines have been covered with a wooden cover to make them less noticeable.
The staircase opening on the first floor has been fitted with a handrail.
The warning signs and mottoes on the walls are attached with a weak adhesive, so they can be removed to make the building suitable for another purpose.
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