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Sakai

(Japan)

Sakai was a post war Japanese manufacturer. It is said that Sakai was the post war name of the pre war Japanese manufacturer Seki, and whilst possible, is yet to be proven.

(a) Sets


301 Freight Set - probably the best known Sakai boxed set.

Early sets lettered Hutton and Pacific, later changed to Hudson and Pacific.

301 Passenger Set

301 Passenger Set

301 Passenger Set

301 Passenger Set

Sakai's Standade Model, subsequently changed to Standard.

Sakai's Standade Model, subsequently changed to Standard.

These locos invariably have damaged wheels and/or valve gear.

Pickup stamped Made in Occupied Japan.

Power car, with three trailer cars.

Power car, with three trailer cars.

Power car, with three trailer cars.

Power car, with three trailer cars.

Freight set, as sold by NETTE (C584 loco missing front pony truck?)

Freight set, as sold by NETTE (C584 loco missing front pony truck?)
Sakai Colour Light Signal
Sakai two aspect colour light signal.

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