Railing is normally considered a generic item. After all, doesn't one set of railing look like any other? The answer is no. Railing, just as any other type of fitting, can have a unique national design. As a case in point, this shows the Voyager Model 1:350 scale set for German WWII battleship railing, set VND0106. By studying the photographs you can see that the stanchions are tapered, getting thinner as they near the top. At the crown is an unusual twin eye-hole fitting. The unique design of the stanchion is further emphasized by the finish with the stanchions and bottom gutter in a highly reflective finish and the actual rails in a subdued finish. The set contains two frets with eight runs of railing per fret.

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