Train Station Waiting for Large Scale Steam: Takumi Diorama Craft House - Finished product HO (1:80) 1045
. Measurements: W:228mm, D:104mm, H:75mm
Note: 4 CRD-controlled LEDs (with caps that diffuse the light softly) are pre-lit. Simply apply 3-15V DC to the leads coming out of the bottom of the model to enjoy the night view easily.
The lead wires are designed for ease of wiring. The colour of the ground is also easy to blend in. We have also used a material that is easy to colour match to the existing ground.
It is easy to integrate into the layout.
Note: The spacers under the building are for photographic purposes only and are not included.
Note:Please note that the colour of the picture may differ from the actual picture due to your monitor's model, settings and colour tone.
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
This is the very work for which a production article was published in the June 2017 issue of Toreiin magazine. (It will also appear in the August issue.)
Although the appearance of the station and the front of the station may have changed, the memories of the journey remain.
In this issue of the magazine, we look at the type of station often seen in the Japanese National Railways, which supported the large steam trains of the C and D types.
We decided to build a filling station that would not look out of place next to a large JNR steam locomotive, but would rather enhance the appearance of that locomotive.
This is the first time that I have been able to make a locomotive that looks as good as a D51 or a D52.
I have also consulted materials from the railway lines and stations where large C-type aircraft were stationed.
The main feature of the exterior of this chapel is the white window frames. It is also unique in that the body is made entirely of wood rather than the traditional paper.
For lighting purposes, four light-coloured LEDs have been installed.
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