|Categories||Accessoires, All about the track|
|Epoch||I, II, III, IV|
|Quarter first delivery||2/2020|
|Dimensions (LxWxH)||15 x 23 x 23 mm|
Mechanical train destination indicators have been used since the 19th century. These were fold-out rectangular panels with destination information attached to a mast. The panels, which are not visible in the basic position, were folded out into the readable position with a pull rod for display. Because of this mechanism, these devices were also commonly referred to as jumping jacks (Q: Wikipedia)
The highly detailed, unpainted model was produced in the 3D printing process and can be processed and painted with standard tools and colors (eg with Revell Email or Revell Aqua Color).