Keyword Search: 
Part No. Search: 
OO Scale N Scale G Scale Z Scale HO Scale Slot Cars & R⁄C
  ON THIS SITE  
  SHOPPING BASKET  

Your shopping basket is empty.  To add an item, click the "Buy" button

  YOUR ACCOUNT  
  GAUGEMASTER  
prodigy advance
Gaugemaster Controllers
  RECENTLY VIEWED  
N1561803 - Ben the Mountain Farmer Figure
O Scale Wargaming Architectural Narrow Gauge Tools+
 

Noch 1561803 Ben the Mountain Farmer Figure

N1561803
Only £2.25 Out of stock but available to order
Brand: Noch
Part Number: 1561803
Scale / Type: HO / OO Scales
Our Code: N1561803

Bergbauer »Ben« is a model figure in the scale 1:87, ie in the gauge H0. NOCH, the specialist in model landscaping, has many different figures in the program. The individual figures can not only be used on model railway layouts and dioramas, but are also used in the design of gifts for birthdays or weddings, use. Creativity has no limits when it comes to crafting. Miner »Ben« spends the summer on the alpine pastures. There is a lot to do there and work is not enough. In the summer hay (dried grass) is made and since the meadows and slopes are too steep for the tractor, the old handwork is used. So the mountain farmers work with scythes and pitchforks. "Ben" wears a green shirt, brown knee-length dungarees brown shoes. In his left hand he holds a pitchfork. At the moment he takes a short break and drinks with his right hand from a green bottle. In the early Middle Ages, mountain farms were extremely rare, as there was enough manageable land. Only with the high medieval population explosion was the development of these difficult-to-manage areas more attractive. To adapt to the difficult way conditions in the high mountains belonged the barn. They served not only as a haystack, but also as a stable. The hay mown on remote meadows was stored in place in the barn. The cattle were driven in the winter from one barn to another, when a barn was eaten empty. Pioneers in the establishment of permanent settlements in unfavorable locations were the Walser. Their settlement in high valleys was promoted by the landlords, but was rather unpopular among the established population of lower valleys, because they lost their pastures. Contents: 1 figure with drinking bottle and pitchfork

Related NOCH Product Searches

Noch

View the full Noch range

Similar Products By NOCH

N00012 Noch 00012
Summer Meadow Light Green Grass Mat 200x100cm
N15833 Noch 15833
Coffee Drinkers (7) and Accessories Figure Set
N25952 Noch 25952
Deciduous/Conifer (100) Classic Tree Retailer Pack
N36910 Noch 36910
Scooter Riders (3) Figure Set
  POPULAR BRANDS  
Gaugemaster
Fordhampton Kits
Hornby
Bachmann
Graham Farish
Atlas
myWorld
Walthers
Kato
Fleischmann
Noch
Preiser
Piko
Peco
Roco
Oxford Diecast
Dapol
Viessmann
Faller
Marklin
LGB
Trix
Deluxe Materials
Revell Paints
Humbrol Paints
Train Tech
DCC Concepts
Seuthe
Facebook Instagram Twitter

We are always looking to make improvements to our website to try and improve the quality of your visit.  We would welcome your feedback and suggestions, so please do not hesitate to e-mail our webmaster with your comments.  Alternatively call us on 01903 884488.

Home  Cookies  Privacy Statement  Terms & Conditions  Site Map  Site Guide
WEEE Regulations  Glossary  Careers & Jobs

Tel –  +44 (0) 1903 884488  Fax –  +44 (0) 1903 884377  E-Mail us –  click here

Gaugemaster.com is a trading name of Gaugemaster Controls Ltd.
Registered in England No. 2714470, Registered office:
Gaugemaster House, Ford Road
Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 0BN, United Kingdom

VAT Reg. No. 587 8089 71

Copyright © 2003-2014 Gaugemaster Controls Ltd. All Rights Reserved.