Turntable Line #3 - Red Bridge and Campsite: Yoshiaki Ishikawa, painted, 1:150 size

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Yoshiaki Ishikawa Completed diorama Turntable powered N (1/150) size People are about 1cm tall

Approximate size (including case): width, depth and height are all 150mm

About the layout (track): track width 9mm, with bars that move with the rotation of the turntable coming out from between the tracks

About the car: Special car for the turn-tab line included.
The car has a hole in the underside of the body, which hooks onto a bar extending from the turnstave, and the turnstave rotates to run on the track.
The turn-tave is powered by two AA batteries, which are built into the work base. Open the panel on the side of the base to change the batteries. The switch is located on the side of the base and can be turned on/off to start/stop the train. Speed adjustment is not possible.

Note: Please note that only special vehicles can drive this product.
Note:Due to the handmade nature of this product, details may vary.

Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery

The work of Yoshiaki Ishikawa, popular for his dioramas of kawaii trains running through fantastic worlds.
This is an unusual ultra-compact railway diorama powered by a turntable (rotating display stand).

Through the tunnel is a small station. On top of the mountain there is a small lake, which becomes a waterfall and flows down. The train crosses a red truss bridge and the campsite comes into view. There is a family having a barbecue.
The train starts to move when you turn on the switch behind the base.
To change the direction of the train, hold the train for a few seconds and release it to run in the opposite direction. Two AA batteries in the base provide over a week of continuous operation.
It comes with a square acrylic case, which makes it ideal for interior decoration without the worry of dust.
Due to the handmade nature of this piece, details may vary.

Please check out our other artworks by Yoshiaki Ishikawa.

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