In the days of the Japanese National Railways (JNR), when rail transport played a major role in logistics, a considerable number of baggage carriages modified from old passenger carriages were deployed. A wide variety of baggage trains were seen, composed of steel mail cars, pallet baggage coaches and postal coaches. Even after the opening of the Shinkansen, there were many long-distance baggage trains on the Tokaido and Sanyo Main Lines, connecting the Tokyo metropolitan area with the Kyushu area and the rest of Japan.
Postal / baggage train "Tokaido / Sanyo" 6-car set A
・ Mani 60 is a prototype of a modified car from Ohani 61. Body color is brown
・ Mani 36 is a prototype of a modified car from Slone 30. Body color is brown
・ Suni 41 reproduces the form without a gangway door
-The Suni 40 reproduces the appearance of the aluminum press structure with uneven car body, the roof and wife side are blue, and the sides are silver.
・ Oyu 12 reproduces the appearance of blue body color and gray roof color
・ For Suni 41 and Mani 36, the tail light is lit only on one side (with a light-off switch).
・ Arnold coupler is standard equipment on each vehicle. Includes 2 replacement knuckle couplers ・ 6 luggage cars and 1 locomotive can be stored in the book case ・ Accessories: Replacement knuckle coupler x 2 Driver for turn-off switch