――The Kiha 54 type, which is active in JR Hokkaido, is a 21m class double cab type general type diesel railcar that appeared for extremely cold regions.
――The equipment was renewed from 2003 to 2005, and the main feature of the exterior is that the bogie has been replaced from the conventional DT22 to the bolsterless bogie N-DT54.
--In addition to the equipment renewal work, the front tie phone has been removed due to the installation of the deer flute.
--Kiha 54-527-529 is a remnant of the express operation of the Soya Main Line, and features a red belt on the upper side of the car body. In addition, the former Hanasaki Line train was operated in the form of a pink belt.
--JR Hokkaido Kiha 54 type 500 series commercialized as a single car
--Around 2014, wearing a Hanasaki line obi (No.30408)
--Vehicle number, JR mark, ATS notation, affiliation / capacity notation, inspection notation, end notation have been printed
--Front direction curtain, side destination direction board (sabo), train name nickname board, one-man display, overhead wire caution attached sticker (new production) selectable
--Train radio antenna, whistle and ventilator are already installed
――The signal flame tube and muffler are expressed as one
--Headlights (bulb color) and taillights (red) light up
--Equipped with a coreless motor power unit with flywheel
* Product specifications may differ from the actual vehicle.
[Product set configuration (organization diagram)]
← Rumoi, Takikawa, Asahikawa Nayoro, Wakkanai →
← Kitami / Asahikawa Engaru →
← Kushiro Nemuro →Kiha 54-526 (M)
--GM Interior Lighting Unit (Narrow / White) (No.8461: 2 pieces / No.8462: 4 pieces)
[Main related products on sale from GREENMAX]
--No.30205-30207 JR Hokkaido Kiha 54 type 500th generation
--No.30631 ・ 30632 JR Hokkaido Kiha 54 type 500th generation
[Vehicles traveling on the same route (example)]
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )