Toyama Light Rail - N-Gauge Interior Layout: Yoshiaki Nishimura - Finished product 1:150
Yoshiaki Nishimura Pre-painted 1/150 Scale (9mm)
Size of the work (horizontal): approx. 52cm (W) x 35cm (D) x 14cm (H)
Wooden stand for vertical display: approx. 30cm (W) x 17cm (D) x 60cm (H)
Gauge (width between tracks): 9mm (cannot be displayed vertically, except for the cars supplied)
Note: A protective box (made of wood) is included to store and transport the artwork.
The vehicle in the photo (modified from Tomytec's "Toyama Light Rail Railway Railroad Musume Wrapping". It is powered) is included.
The vehicles included can be displayed vertically by magnetic force. Vertical driving is not possible. It can be driven by taking it down from the stand and making it horizontal. There are some parts that are difficult to drive.
A power pack (power controller) (sold separately) is required for driving.
Information compiled by Sakatsu Gallery
Toyama Light Rail, a tramway connecting Toyama Station (Kita Station) and Toyama Port (Iwasehama Station), was inaugurated in 2006.
The modern, two-body, low-floor tramway is nicknamed Port + Tram = "Port Tram".
The Port Tram is a compact reproduction of a modern tramway that combines the charming streets of Toyama with a modern tramway. And to top it all off, we've made it wall-hangable so you can display it!
The mechanism, in which a magnet is attached to the car and attracts a steel plate embedded in the ground so that the car does not fall even when it is vertical, was inspired by Busch's 6.5mm narrow.
Wrapped cars and buses. The cars on the road are modern and the students are modern kids, so this is definitely the present, but the buildings are Japanese houses with a series of tiled roofs to increase the contrast between the modern and the historic streets.
It is a work of art with a sense of fun, showing souvenir shops, restaurants, and a dive shop. It can be displayed upright, so you don't have to worry about where to store it.
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