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  1. Takahama Trainwatcher

    Mystery piece fell off my DE10

    Greetings all. I was starting on a decoder installation for my DE10 (Kato 7011-2). As I carefully, gently started to remove the shell, a small black plastic part of length approximately 5 mm fell off. I'm stumped if I can work out where it belongs. If anyone can point me in the right direction for reattaching this part in the right location, I would appreciate that. The 3 attached photos show the part in question. Thanks! TTW
  2. bikkuri bahn

    Zoukeimura EF13

    Sometime this year Zoukeimura will release the third edition of their "Super Rail Series" in the form of a plastic model of the EF13 "crocodile" style outline DC locomotive. This type was a wartime design, and first was based out of the Kozu locomotive depot in Kanagawa Pref, hauling freight trains on the Tokaido Line. Later the type was shifted to other depots on the DC network. In the mid-fifties these units were rebuilt with the more conventional box cowling most associate with mid-century JNR DC locomotives. Pricing is 39,900 yen (quite reasonable) for all three types (a wartime era m
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