TRAMWAY PIER" (with car): Yoshiaki Nishimura diorama 1:87scale

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�E½@Yoshiaki Nishimura Diorama work HO(1/87 scale) 16.5mm
Work size: approx. 52cm (W) x 25cm (D) x 14cm (H)
Gauge (width between tracks): 16.5mm
Cars included: 3 cars
. Note: A protective wooden box is included for storing and transporting the artwork.

Note:The colour tones in the photos may vary from the actual product depending on the model and settings of your monitor.

Information edited by Sakatsu Gallery

In mid-summer, Australia's dry season is a refreshing change from the hot and humid climate of Japan.
That's why water sprayers are so popular in the summer!

Water sprayers also appear on the tram tracks to keep the dusty streets clean.

This film shows such a sprinkler truck visiting a landing place jutting out into the river for water supply, and trying to fill the tank by sucking up water with the power of a fire engine pump.
The main attraction is the pier, which is regularly constructed of real wood.
The piles and piers are a sight to behold, as they are neatly reflected in the river.

Note: The three railway cars included are not fixed and can be driven normally. The hose of the sprinkler car can be removed.
Note: The locomotive in the middle is powered and can be driven by itself. The tram is not powered.
Note:The colour tones of the pictures may differ from the actual product due to the model and settings of your monitor.

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