Flat shelf type coal supply stand (brick stand) and water supply pillar : Kobo-Nanarokuni Finished product 1:80(HO) 1037
Original (self-made full-scratch) work
Coal feeder: Prototype is based on a photo, but the location is not specified.
�@�@�@�@�@It is thought to have been made from a Meiji or Taisho era brick stand, modified with square timber on top.
Sport: The prototype is based on a common type that was common during the Japanese National Railways era.
�@�@�@�@�@ It can be set up independently and freely, and the shaft can be rotated and the water supply cylinder can be moved up and down (back and forth) to a certain extent to reproduce water supply scenes
Size: coal feeder: approx. W 230 x D 60 x H 34 mm (not including coal)
�@�@�@�@Transport: approx. W 44 x D 17 x H 73 mm
Note: Lighting is by 2 LED bulbs with CRD
Appropriate voltage: 3 to 12V DC "with connector for power supply"
Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery
This is a full-scratch work by "Kobo Nanarokuni", featuring a steam era layout/section.
We have not identified where it was actually installed, but we have prototyped it from a photograph, and it is a type that was commonly seen in the JNR era.
This is a prototype of the type that was common in the JNR era.
This model has been slightly shortened to reduce the overall length and to reduce the feeling of being too long.
The water supply pillar is a prototype of a common type seen in the Japanese National Railways era.
It can be set up independently and freely, and the axis can be rotated and the water supply cylinder can be adjusted up and down (back and forth) to some extent, allowing you to enjoy the water supply scene.
The column can be rotated by adjusting the screws from the back.
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