Farmers, Cowsheds and Local Railways : Hiroji Yamao Pre-painted 1:150 size

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Hiroji Yamao Farmer, Cowshed and Local Railway Pre-painted 1/150 Size

Overall dimensions (including acrylic case and base): 450mm wide, 160mm deep, 235mm high

Gauge (width between tracks): 9mm
Width between tracks: 9mm
Main materials used: Styrene board, cardboard, wood (base part), matte acrylic paint (Holbein Acryl Gouache), Real Sand, Forage, Mini Nature, Woodland Scenics "Water Ripples" and "Water Wave" (river surface), water-based stain (Turner). Wood Stain) and others
Lighting: LED + CRD + 560 ohm resistor + switch
TOMIX Rail (for N, L=420mm)

Accessories: Module itself, acrylic case, DC feeder cord for power pack for N (modified TOMIX plug), display car (TOMYTEC JNR Kiha04, without motor)

Note 1: Power pack is not included. It is recommended to use TOMIX products when using this product
Note 2: LED lights inside the building and in the forest area, connection plug for the power pack on the side of the frame

Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery

Scenes from the Taisho and early Showa periods, featuring artistic building work by Hiroshi Yamao.
The building is entirely self-made on paper, with LED lighting built into the interior of the building.
There are also LEDs placed on the surrounding trees to light up the area, so that you can enjoy the work as a night scene when the lights are on in dark places.
The rails are TOMIX fine rails (L=420mm), which can be extended as desired.
The car is supplied with Tomytec JNR Kiha04 (without motor), but it does not have a built-in motor, so it cannot run on its own even when powered by the rails.
If you want to run the car, please prepare separately the car and the power pack for N-gauge with a built-in motor from TOMIX.
Although this model is based on a local railway line, the period of the scene is not strictly defined, so you can use any old type of steam locomotive you like.

We also have Hiroji Yamao's work for you to look at.

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