── DD51 type that ran all over Japan, various improvements and new release
[Actual vehicle guide]
--The DD51 type is a diesel locomotive that appeared in 1962, and is playing an active role as a standard type for non-electrified sections.
--Regular operation ended in March 2021, and it is now used for temporary trains and rail ballast transportation.
――The 500th generation appeared as a division corresponding to the double heading, and was active all over the country except Shikoku.
――The DD51 type of Yoneko driver's office was active in towing passenger trains and freight trains such as the sleeper limited express [Izumo] and 50 series.
――The vehicle height will be lower due to the new production of the power unit.
--New antenna pedestal parts <2245> can reproduce the appearance of the Joban radio antenna <2246> with the train radio antenna attached (for advanced users)
--High grade (HG) specifications
--ATS on-board child parts included
--Headlights are equipped with a constantly lit board and have an ON-OFF switch.
--Headlights are lit by light bulb color LEDs
--Power with flywheel, black bogie frame, black wheels adopted
--Dummy coupler and self-contained TN coupler included
--M-13 motor adopted
--The front deck railing reproduces the curved shape of the center
--Reproduce the appearance of the fan cover on the driver's seat roof
--The license plate comes with separate parts [DD51-1104, 1119, 1121, 1134]
--Whistle and train radio antenna are included as separate parts
--Includes roof plate for antenna installation
--Two head marks [Izumo] included
--H rubber is reproduced in black
--Runner parts: License plate
--Runner parts: Maker's plate
--Runner parts: Whistle
--Runner parts: Train radio antenna
--Runner parts: Head mark
--Parts: Roof board
--Parts: Self-contained TN coupler
--Parts: Dummy coupler
--Parts: Dummy coupler receiver
--Parts: ATS on-board child
* <2212> <2214> <2219> will be discontinued.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )