These diesel locomotives were used on the Kishu Railway in the 1960s. The Kishu Railway is a mini-railroad that is only 2.7 km long and is still not electrified as of 2020. The model uses realistically small 5mm wheels and reproduces the green and yellow two-color paint scheme used in the late 1960s.
Wheelbase is 9mm, so it adapts to all JokeTracks.
Pre-painted finished product (some parts need to be installed.)
The body markings are already printed.
Body length: 41mm(excluding coupler) Body width: 15mm Body height: 21mm(excluding lights) Body: Plastic Motor: 3V(operating voltage 1V-3V)
1.Arnold Type Coupler, 2.Drawbar Hook, 3.Dummy Knuckle, 4.Drawbar, 5.Light, 6.Muffler, 7.Step, 8.Compressor
● Other manufacturers' couplers may need to be modified.
● Commercialization has been confirmed by Kishu Railway Co.
● There is a slight difference between the photo and the product.
● Manufactured by Tsugawa Yoko Co.
The "Deki 3" adapts to all joke trucks.
It is available in two versions: the bügel (current collector) version and the trolley pole version.
Several designs are printed on the included instant lettering to replicate the working conditions.
This model is reproduced as it was when it was actually active on the Arita Railway around 1950. The painted sliding door and door are photo-etched parts, and a white metal boiler and two Arnold-type couplers are included to serve as weights.