1:87 Layout of a Light Rail Mining Station" : Kobo Einarokuni 1:87 3007

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Pre-painted complete layout by Kobo NANA ROKUNI, HO Narrow (1/87), human height is about 2cm size
Layout work by "Kobo NANA ROKUNI" "1/87 Light Rail Mining Station Layout"
Size: approx. 364 x 515 x H170 mm (B3 size)
Gauge : 9 mm
Minimum Curve Radius : Approx. 130 R
Available vehicles : Small two-axle vehicles and some bogies
. Height above ground in the hopper: approx. 27 mm (above the rail tread)
Illumination : Light bulb coloured LED (CRD-controlled for 3 to 12 V DC or can be powered by the built-in AA battery box)

Note: A running power supply is not included. Note: Running power supply not included, please bring your own power pack or similar.
(with pin jack for power supply) �@(with pin jack for power supply)
Note:Vehicle not included.
(with pin jack for power supply) 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

A Small Mining Company in a Region...

It is said that there is a vein of rare metal (nowadays it is called rare metal).
A small but profitable mining operation.

Thanks to this, we are also in passenger service and are a local leg of the journey.
People are gathering here as the train is about to arrive.

A small layout, but with tunnels, gorges and cuttings. You can see from all directions.

The long awaited layout of the workshop "Nanarokuni" is now available!
Every part of the structure, from the hopper, to the station waiting area, to the storage shed, has been carefully crafted. In addition, there are a number of special features, such as the armillary signals, which move by leverage, the manual points, which have magnets embedded in them, and the square stone walls, which are made from metal moulds.
This is an excellent example of how the topography of a mine can be used to create a scene that never gets old.
Of course, the finishing touches have also been taken care of, from the intricate LED lighting to the junk that has been dumped behind the shed.

This is the first time we've had the chance to see it in person.

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