[T019-7 C11-251 Basic Specifications]
-A new specification has appeared on the C11 steam locomotive!
-The model was drawn on the deflector by the locomotive that served as a traction machine for the Gosho train operated on the Ako and Tsuyama lines during the [Planting Festival] held in Okayama Prefecture in April 1967. It features a rose decoration!
-Develop [Newseal Flag], which is a testimony of the calling train, with new parts!
-The minimum travel radius is R95!
-The C11 steam locomotive appeared in 1932 (Showa 7) as a successor to the C10, and played an active part in all short-distance sections, from suburban sections to local lines.
-A total of 381 vehicles were manufactured, and specification changes were made during that time, so they are roughly divided into four groups, the first to fourth forms.
-In addition, there is a tank machine that is also good at back driving, and it has been able to cope with operations in line areas that do not have a turntable, which was very useful.
-A model of the product [No. 251] is a tow car for the Sumire Line and Tsuyama Line operated at the Tree Planting Festival held in Okayama Prefecture in April 1967, and decorated the shade of the deflector Is a feature.
-C11 251 x 1 car
-1 x instruction manual
-Front truck parts × 1
-Rising sun flag parts × 1
-Rising sun flag label × 1
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )