2 Beekeeper's trailers, H0
Honey is so delicious! Two wooden bee carriages like those used by the itinerant apiarist who moves to different areas with his beehives depending on the places where the yield is better in the course of the flowering time. The colonies are stacked up one on top of another and store their honey in so-called sliding frames that are taken out from the rear for maintenance or the harvest, thus forming the modern beehives. A bee carriage was formerly drawn by horses, but nowadays it is rather pulled as a trailer by a vehicle.
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