Numajiri Railway Aizu-Hinokuchi Type Water Tank (Disposal Condition) : Kobo-Nanarokuni Finished product 1:87(HO) 1064

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Manufactured by Kobo NANA ROKUNI Pre-painted HO (1/87) person height is approx. 2cm size

Numajiri Railway Aizu-Hinokuchi Type Water Supply Tank
Size: approx. W 43 x D 63 x H 54 mm
Tank width: approx. 24 mm
Material: Brass, Nickel silver, ABS, Sun module (resin)
Note: The water pipes are assumed to run underground.

Note:The colour tones of the images may vary from the actual product due to the model and settings of your monitor.

Information edited by Sakatsu Gallery

The Bandai Kyuko Electric Railway, once known to people as the Numajiri Railway.

The water tower at Aizu-Hinokuchi station, which was also an exchange station, is now being modeled by "Kobo Nanarokuni".

This work reproduces the transition from steam to diesel and the state of disposal.

The concrete tank and pedestal have been weathered to the point where the surface layer of cement has dissolved and is flaking off.
The water inlet has also been removed, a remnant of the steam era which has long since fallen into disuse.

Both the tank and the base are machined from a block of resin, with sharp edges and a surface that is actually melted to show the corrosion.

The ladders are made of Western white. The ladder is made of white brass, which is easier to work with than brass, because it is too thick and distorted.
And all the treads are cut out step by step!

The pump house is reproduced with damaged tin roof and clapboard. It can be removed from the base and relocated.

It's a great supporting piece to your light railway, sure to enhance any scene!

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