-Masterpiece 16 series
[About the prototype]
-The Shizuoka Railway Akiha Line (Akihasen) is a track line connecting Shin-Fukuroi Station in Fukuroi-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture to Enshu Moricho Station in Morichi-cho, Suochi-gun.
-A track was laid along the Mori Highway, passing through the central urban area of Fukuroi city, passing through a village called Yamanashi in the northern part of the city and leading to Morimachi, with a combination of dedicated tracks and unpaved combined tracks.
-It was a quaint rural train landscape where a small train about 9 meters in length pulled a passenger or freight car.
-The gauge is 1067 mm. It was also known as [Ishimatsu Train], but it was abolished in 1962 (Showa 37).
-Although the main vehicle was a wooden four-wheeled vehicle, it was transformed into a bogey vehicle in the later years, or with unusual pantographs, with some interesting modifications.
-In this project, in order to reproduce the characteristic figure of the later years as a model, we will commercialize two formats.
[Shizuoka Railway Akiha Line Moha 6 type]
-Made in Japan in 1925.
-Make a joint on the pole of Y gel and join two machines facing each other to make a pantograph.
-Change the bogie to the Brill 27GE-1 and take the bogey car as a prototype.
-A combination of various lost parts with the etching body.
-The two-tiered roof of the Moha 6 and the roof part of the Ha 3 are made of white metal in one piece, making assembly easy.
-The end beam part including the buffer part is a lost one piece. A small, compact bogie frame that comes with a lost part.
-The pantograph was finely reproduced in the composition which assembles the lost parts.
-All the above are included in the kit.
-Does not include wheels, power. Please use our NS drive unit etc. for power.
-NSC-10.5S compatible with short foil base.
-NSC-10.5S: φ10.5 spoke wheel short wheel base for 1 car 2 unit set
-For both Moha 6 and Ha 1 types, two additional spoke wheel 2 axes (made by other companies) are required.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )