Kambara Railway Higashi Kamo Station Type Station Building : Takumi Diorama Craft House - Painted Complete HO (1:80)

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Takumi Diorama Craft House, painted and finished, 1/80 size

Measurements: W:320mm, L:140mm, H:80mm
Base kit: M's Collection "No.1013 Nakatetsu Regional Railway Yamada Station Building"
It has been heavily modified to be closer to the Higashi Kamo station which was the prototype for the Yamada station building, but there are some parts that make use of the Yamada station building which is preferred for models, so we have decided to call it the Higashi Kamo station type. It matches a wide range of local private railway stations.

Note: 6 CRD-controlled LED lights (some with light shades) are already illuminated. They are placed in each room and on the jambs roof and entrance porch. Of course, CRDs (constant current diodes) are integrated.
The lead wires are thicker and longer for easier construction, making it easier to integrate into your layout or diorama. It is suitable for voltages from 3V to 16V.

Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery

This is a completed work based on "Yamada Station House"
made by M's and heavily modified.
The "Yamada Station" is a model of the central part of the Kambara Railway's Higashi Kamo Station, designed and supervised by Yoichi Miyashita, as shown on the packaging.
Therefore, the work has been modified to be as close as possible to the prototype Higashikamo station, while retaining the parts that are desirable as a model.

On the track side, the windows and doors have been rearranged to create an overhanging room, in which a tolls blocker has been installed.

The hipped roof is fully scratched with square timber to reproduce the "shed assembly". The number of support pillars has been increased by one compared to the actual Higashi Kamo station to balance the wider frontage of the model kit.
The exterior walls were sprayed with suede to create a textural effect. The cupola at the top of the main entrance has a tiled roof like the one at Higashi Kamo Station, and the exterior walls of this area have also been coated with a stone-like spray to create a different texture.
The clapboard buildings are fully scratch-built, and the windows and doors are made from Echo laser-cut windows.
The guttering is sharp this time and the vertical downspouts are made by ourselves using 0.7mm brass wire.

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