OcCre's impressive 1/24 scale cable car wood and metal model kit contains all the parts necessary for you to create an accurate replica.
This tram was originally part of the 701/735 series, of the Compañía de Carris de Ferro de Lisboa, which built them between 1936 and 1940. These trams were considered the safest in Lisbon as they were fitted with a reinforced braking system and were used for the lines covering the most difficult routes, such as 12, 25 or 28, with ramps of up to 12%, which were also the steepest slopes in the world for simple adherence tram lines.
Assembling, step by step, this marvellous kit model of the Lisbon tram will provide you with many hours of leisure, recreating a faithful replica of the original Lisbon tram, with all its details.
Photographic instructions make building easy.
- Scale: 1:24
- Length: 360mm
- Width: 100mm
- Height: 160mm (Total Height: 220mm)
- Gauge: G45 / 45mm
Tram Base Kit
Display your model tram with this exhibition base. The kit includes the wooden base, ceramic tiles to simulate the road and metal rails to place the scale model tram on. 400 x 200mm. It's the perfect complement for your model
Tram Motorisation Kit
If you want your tram model to circulate round the track then you have to fit it with this dynamic motor, which will allow you to watch your model tram circulating, just like a real tram. The voltage of the motor is 0-24V. For rail gauge G-45.
Model Maker's Glue Pack
Contains one glue perfectly suited to fix all of the wooden parts on this Occre kit, and another to glue in place the white metal fittings.
Starter Paint Pack
A starter selection of paints & wood stains handpicked by the Hobbies team to help finish your Occre kit. Please note: included paints are only our suggestion and more may be required to complete the model.
Lisbon Diorama Kit
Once you've built the Occre Lisbon Tram you will want to display it in its perfect setting with the fantastic Lisbon 1:24 scale diorama kit from Occre. The diorama scene is located in a picturesque street in the historic center of Lisbon, Portugal, in the area of Alfama. The "Rua das Escolas Gerais". Just imagine a narrow cobbled street, with warm light on a quiet evening. Read more here.