Wood Charcoal Gas Locomotive Ibaraki Kotsu Ke-ha2 Joso Tsukuba Kiha41002 HO (HO) Layout Section: Yoshiaki Nishimura Pre-Painted 1:80

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Yoshiaki Nishimura Pre-painted 1/80 Scale (HO, HO)

Work size: approx. 48cm wide x 23cm deep x 12cm high
Gauge (width between tracks): 16.5mm
Locomotive: Width 45mm, Height 53mm, Length 230mm

Note: A protective box (made of wood) is included to preserve and transport the work.
There are lights with wheat bulbs in two places in the engine room and one place in the workroom. The lights can be switched on by applying 3 to 12 V to the leads that extend underneath the work.
The two cars in the photo ("Ibaraki Kotsu Kekaha 2" paper kit by Modelworks, "Kiha 05" brass kit by Amamiya, assembled and painted, with charcoal gas kiln installed. With power. Weathered) are included.
The vehicle included is ready to drive, but cannot be driven on the artwork.

Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery

The era is from the end of the Pacific War to the confusion after the war. The locomotive depot is for private railway type steamers, but petrol cars were introduced during the Showa recession.
However, gasoline became unobtainable in the war time, and it is a setting of the depot of the car which has been converted into the substitute fuel car.
The vaults have become ragged and tilted due to lack of care.

The rickety track is made of No. 70 flexible steel and is bent every 120mm to give the appearance of being bent out of joint.
The roof of the depot is painted in Pacific War camouflage, with 1mm holes pockmarked by air raid gunfire.

The above is from this work "Warped Locomotive Depot" which appeared in RM MODELS No.213. A related article about a diesel locomotive equipped with a charcoal gas kiln appeared in the same issue, No. 211.
This time we have included two diesel locomotives with the rare charcoal gas kiln, painted with Nishimura's painterly weathering paintwork, so that you can enjoy a more lively scene.

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