FA1 Diesel locomotive with Working Headlight, 5 multi colored cars inlcuding Matching 8-Wheel Caboose, 1 U.L. Approved Power Pack with Forward and Reverse; AC/DC Terminals, 1 Set Hook-Up Wires, 1 Police Station Building Kit, 1 Fire House Building Kit, 1 Operating Dual Crossing Gate, 4 Hand-Crafted Mini Shade Trees, 36 Signs & Telephone Poles 1, 32-Page Beginners Guide to Model Railroading, Illustrated Instructions, Lifetime Limited Warranty on Entire Set, Toll-Free Number for Information and Assistance 30.5 x 21″ Oval
1 fl oz , petroleum based, use only when petroleum based fluid is called for. Note: Not all smoking locomotives or smoke units can use LIFE-LIKE SMOKE. This is a petroleum based fluid. Check the manufacturer’s instructions before using SMOKE in any unit. CAUTION: Contains a petroleum product. May be harmful or fatal if swallowed. Do not induce vomitting. Call physician of poison control center immediately. Keep out of reach of children.
Includes: 1 Grease Gun 1 Oil Gun 1 Bottle-Track Cleaner (4 Fl Oz) 1 Track Brite (1) 12-18 Volt Electrical Trouble Shooter
8 ounces of track cleaner in a child safe bottle. Non-toxic Makes trains and race cars run better!
A complete train set packed with all the pieces you need for hours of imaginative train play.
- GP38-2 Low Nose Santa Fe and F7 Santa Fe locomotives plus five cars
- 65″ x 38″ oval track layout with a 47″ x 38″ elevated oval track layout
- Two lighted passenger cars
- 13 snap-in piers for elevated fun
- Three building kits: police station, fire house and snap-together elevated passenger station
- Automobiles, street and highway signs, and utility poles for added realism
- No batteries required
Proto 1000 Hobby quality RS2 Diesel Locomotive (Great Northern) with working headlight 4 railroad cars including matching 8-wheel caboose feature blackened metal wheels 56″x38″ track oval layout with power-loc nickel silver track system and terminal rerailer Hobby quality U.L. Listed Power Pack with forward and reverse featuring micro-adjustable dial control Plug-in terminal wires Extra couplers Illustrated instructions proto 2000 Body-mounted couplers 920-8831
Heritage Series N Scale 2-8-4 Steam Loco A Fully Detailed Unlettered Version is Also Available for Those Who Enjoy Researching Their Own Favorite Road History Features Over 50 Hand-Applied Detail Parts Outstanding Laser-Sharp Printing Authentic Painting & Lettering Electrical Pick-Up from Locomotive Drivers and Tender Wheels LED Loco Headlight & Tender Reversing Light (Starting with the 2nd Release) Performance Slow Speed Less Than 5 Scale Miles Per Hour Weighted for Maximum Tractive Effort Blackened Nickel-Silver Wheels with RP25 Wheel Contours Current Draw at 12 Volts, No Load, Level Track Less Than 0.15 Amperes Will Operate on Code 50 Through Code 55 Track on 9
LIMITED RUN – New York, New Haven & Hartford #3409 Standard DC HO scale * Now with Loco & Tender Electrical Pick-Up * Improved Tractive Effort – Now With Traction Tires * Weighted for Maximum Tractive Effort – Pulls 60 or More Cars * Nickel-Silver Plated RP-25Wheels * Operating Cab Windows and Meticulously Detailed Cab Interior * Tender Coal Bunker Style as Appropriate to Road * Slow Speed Less than 3 Scale Miles Per Hour and up to 59 Scale Miles Per Hour Fast Speed * 10-Page History Booklet & Certificate of Quality * New Roadnames & Numbers * Limited-Availability
When the train approaches, the gate automatically lowers and raises after the last car passes. Compatible with conventional track such as Altas Snap Track.
PROTO 2000 Diesel EMD GP20 High Hood w/Sound & DCC — Burlington Northern #2004 (Big Sky Blue) HO scale By the mid 50s, increasing pressure from long-haul trucks, declining passenger revenues and mounting costs forced western railroads to find new ways to improve service. Faced with expensive overhauls of early cab and hood unit diesels, many began looking at new equipment as well as ways to improve existing motive power. In 1955 Union Pacific equipped several GP9s with turbochargers as an experiment. Their success inspired EMD to create its own turbocharger for the 567 prime mover, leading to the introduction of the six-axle SD24 in 1958. Further experiments in 1959 created a four-axle version, dubbed the GP20. Western Pacific was impressed by the new model’s ability to deliver maximum horsepower at various altitudes and ordered the first six. Great Northern followed suite shortly after, ordering 36 units. As designed and built, the long hood was actually the front of these engines – they would be the only high-hood examples built – and a short, high hood was installed behind the cab. Early in their careers, the new units were typically assigned priority freights. The 1960s were a period of change; both WP and GN adopted simpler paint schemes, and the arrival of newer power bumped them into secondary service. Most of the high-hood units were still in service as WP merged with UP, while GN became part of Burlington Northern. Many were repainted and renumbered for their new owners, and spent their last years in local and yard service. Following their retirement, a few went to work for shortline operators. Western Pacific #2001, the very first GP20, was donated by UP to the Feather River Rail Society in 1985, where it has been restored to its as-built appearance. This high, short hood version of the classic GP20 is a great addition to your roster and features: * Protoype Specific Details * Retooled Handrails & Other Parts for More Accurate Detail * Over 135 F