The 211 series, a representative of the suburban stainless steel trains that appeared from the end of the JNR to the early days of JR, is a DC suburban train that appeared to replace the obsolete 111/113 series and to increase transportation capacity. It was an innovative train that radically reconsidered the accommodation of the suburban trains up to that time, and the stainless steel body combined with the FRP front head gave it a sophisticated appearance, and the adoption of comfortable bucket seats and other features made it serviceable. It is a vehicle that symbolizes the time when Japanese National Railways transitions to JR, which has also improved. It was operated in a 10-car or 15-car formation with a 10-car basic formation and a 5-car accessory formation incorporating two green cars.
-The 10-car set and the 5-car accessory set are N4 and N54 formations composed of Salo 212 (two-story) and Salo 211 (normal type) in the Tamachi Train District around 1992.
●Reproduces the difference in texture peculiar to stainless steel cars
●Headlights/taillights reproduce the same size casing. Headlights/taillights, front display lighting (with light-off switch) for all leading cars
-Motor vehicles are equipped with slotless motors, attached trains are not equipped with traction tires in consideration of combined driving
-Body mounts are provided at the intermediate joints Equipped with a formula KATO coupler Mitsuren type as standard equipment. Achieves a realistic connection surface and smooth running
●The front connection part adopts the KATO coupler close connection type (no hook), and comes with electric parts
●Front display is "normal" already installed.
- DCC friendly