Wooden Local Station Series Type P "Yamada Station" : Takumi Diorama Craft House Finished product HO (1:80)

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

Measurements: W:150mm, D:85mm, H:60mm
Full scratch, original work (self-made)
Note: Pre-decorated with two CRD-controlled LED lights. Just apply 3-15V DC to the leads coming out from the bottom of the model to enjoy the night view easily.
The soldered parts of the wiring are insulated with heat-shrinkable tubes to prevent shorts, and the lead wires are designed for easy wiring. The lead wires are also designed for easy wiring, making them easy to integrate into the layout.
The scale is 16, 1/80, but it can also be used for 1/87 because of its relatively small form and size, which can be found in small and medium-sized local private railways. It can also be used for narrow gauge.
Cars and rails are not included.

Information edited by Sakatsu Gallery

A station of cicadas in the deep green mountains. A station in the middle of a rice field. A station where you can always hear the sound of the tide. A station with beautiful cherry blossoms in full bloom. The station which stands quietly in the autumn leaves. A station with a beautiful sunset.
And the station of my hometown.
We have created a station building that will help you to develop such a mental picture.
We have created a station building that will help to create such an image.

It is an original one, modeled on slightly smaller stations (such as those of the Inbi Line, the Himeshin Line and the Wakazakura Railway (formerly the Wakazakura Line)) so that it does not need to take up a lot of space, and is a delicious combination.
This small, original product is priced to be easy on the wallet.

Windows and doors are laser cut out. Rain gutters and turnstile latches are also pre-installed.
Walls are expressed with pressed edge clapboard.
The eaves are not only for attaching the cane, but also for representing the framework with square bars.

In order to enhance the texture of the work, we have used mig and AK paints, pigments, washings and pastels. The technique is based on the latest techniques, including chipping.

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