──The dawn of the JNR stainless steel era! Series 205 Yamanote Line
--The 205 series was the first full-scale stainless steel car of the Japanese National Railways, and the first unit was manufactured in January 1985.
――The car body is made of stainless steel except for a part, and it is characterized by thorough weight reduction.
――Forty cars of the mass-produced preceding car appeared with two-stage windows, but since then it has become one-stage descending windows.
――Starting with the Yamanote Line, it was launched in the Tokyo metropolitan area and the Keihanshin area to expand its power.
--Since 2002, the E231 series 500 series, which will be the successor to the Yamanote Line, has been introduced, and various modifications such as remodeling the leading car, semi-automated doors, and VVVF have been carried out and transferred to various places.
--As of 2021, it has retired from major lines in the Tokyo metropolitan area due to the introduction of the E233 series, and only a few remain on the Tsurumi Line, Sagami Line, Tohoku Main Line, Senseki Line, etc.
--Further enhancement of the Micro Ace commuter train series
--Commercialization of 205 series mass-produced preceding vehicle featuring a paddy-shaped sash
--Equipped with a power unit with a flywheel
--Head light, tail light, front display lights
--Commercialization of the first train set completed in 1985 as it was when it first appeared
--No JR mark, no car tag, silver seat mark printed
--No skirt, seat parts are molded in brown
--Set the basic set to 4 cars for easy purchase
[Organization diagram]Kuha 204-1
＋ Moha 204-3
＋ Moha 205-3
＋ Saha 205-2
＋ Moha 204-2
＋ Moha 205-2 (M)
＋ Saha 205-1
＋ Moha 204-1
＋ Moha 205-1
＋ Kuha 205 -1Bold
: A1660 basic setBold underlined part
: A1661 Add-on set
--Wide interior light: G0001 / G0002 / G0003 / G0004
--Micro coupler dense, black: F0001
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )