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Atlas N Dash 8-40B AE 4000 ATL40000470 Atlas N Dash 8-40B AE 4000 ATL40000470
$189.99
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Atlas N Dash 8-40B AE 4000
Atlas N Diesel UP B23-7 Atlas N Diesel UP B23-7
$162.99
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Description

General Electric’s “Dash 7� locomotive line was introduced as a replacement for the older “Universal-Series� of the 60s and early 70s. “Dash 7� series improvements included increased fuel efficiency, tractive effort and reliability. The B23-7 was a direct replacement for the 2,250HP U23B model. The first units were produced for Conrail in September, 1977 (ironically, 3 months after the last U23B was delivered to Conrail). Production continued through 1984, with a total of 535 units built. Conrail was the largest purchaser of the model, with a total fleet of 141 units.

Several features distinguished B23-7s from predecessor models. The long hood stepped outward in the area of the exhaust stack to accommodate a relocated oil cooler. In addition, the frame was 2 feet longer than that of the U23B. An FB-2 style truck was offered as standard equipment on B23-7s, but some railroads opted to use “trade-in� trucks. Therefore, AAR type B and Blomberg trucks could be found on some models. The six power assembly doors (located near the center of the long hood) indicated that the B23-7 was powered by a 12-cylinder GE FDL engine.

Features:

  • Slow speed motor
  • Directional lighting
  • Golden-white LEDs
  • Dual brass flywheels
  • Low-friction mechanism
  • Accurate painting and lettering
  • Factory-installed AccuMate® magnetic knuckle couplers
Bachmann N 4-4-0 American & Tender-Union Pacific BAC-51151 Bachmann N 4-4-0 American & Tender-Union Pacific BAC-51151
$129.99
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Bachmann N 4-4-0 American & Tender-Union Pacific
Bachmann N Acela Locomotive A/B Dummy BAC-81551 Bachmann N Acela Locomotive A/B Dummy BAC-81551
$131.99
Available to order
Bachmann N Acela Locomotive A/B Dummy
Dapol N A4 Mallard 4468 Garter Blue LNER Dapol N A4 Mallard 4468 Garter Blue LNER
$307.99
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Dapol N A4 Mallard 4468 Garter Blue LNER

Dapol N Pannier 5764 Great Western Dapol N Pannier 5764 Great Western
$185.99
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Dapol N Pannier 5764 Great Western
Graham Farish N ClassS 57/0 Freightliner BAC-371651 Graham Farish N ClassS 57/0 Freightliner BAC-371651
$199.99
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GRAHAN FARISH N CLASS 57/0 FREIGHTLINER
Kato N AC4400 Chicago North Western #8820 Kato N AC4400 Chicago North Western #8820
$249.99
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The AC4400CW is an AC traction variation of its sister locomotive, the C44-9W “Dash 9.” Both locomotives share a similar body design, though the AC4400CW features a large box on the rear left of the operator cab where the inverter banks and traction circuitry can be found. These GE-built locomotives had bolsterless, low-weight HiAd trucks that were designed for improved traction, and were also equipped with a split cooling system to lower engineer temperatures and fuel consumption. The Chicago & Northwestern operated a number of these engines prior to their being added to the UP roster starting in the early 2000’s.


Model features:

"Operation Lifesaver" paint scheme

Prototype details: Low Mount Numberboards and Beveled Cab design

Directional headlights with illuminated ditchlights and numberboards

Powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheels

DCC Friendly mechanism (Does Not Included DCC)

Kato N Alco Pa1 Denver & Rio Grande West #6011 176-4107 Kato N Alco Pa1 Denver & Rio Grande West #6011 176-4107
$165.99
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ALCO's beautiful PA-1 is one of America's most famous locomotives. It was ALCO's entry into the passenger train diesel craze, competing directly with the E-Units from EMD.


Originally run on the Texas and New Orleans, Southern Pacific PA's #6055 and 6056 were later put into service on the SP's coastal division, pulling trains such as the Morning Daylight.


ALCO locomotives were also used in service with the famous "California Zephyr" passenger train, adopting a number of paint schemes, the most famous of which was perhaps the "Prospector" paint scheme. This paint scheme was a striking two-tone silver and gold arrangement, highlited by a series of four black stripes going down the side of the body.

Kato N Alco PB-1 Denver & Rio Grande West 4S 176-4113 Kato N Alco PB-1 Denver & Rio Grande West 4S 176-4113
$165.99
In stock

ALCO's beautiful PA-1 is one of America's most famous locomotives. It was ALCO's entry into the passenger train diesel craze, competing directly with the E-Units from EMD.


Originally run on the Texas and New Orleans, Southern Pacific PA's #6055 and 6056 were later put into service on the SP's coastal division, pulling trains such as the Morning Daylight.


ALCO locomotives were also used in service with the famous "California Zephyr" passenger train, adopting a number of paint schemes, the most famous of which was perhaps the "Prospector" paint scheme. This paint scheme was a striking two-tone silver and gold arrangement, highlited by a series of four black stripes going down the side of the body.

Kato N Amfleet 5 Car Set 106-8001 Kato N Amfleet 5 Car Set 106-8001
$419.99
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The ACS-64, also known as the "Amtrak Cities Sprinter", is Amtrak's replacement of the aging AEM-7 and HHP-8 electric locomotives for operation in the Northeast and Keystone Corridors. Built by Siemens and based on the EuroSprinter European electric locomotive design, the Cities Sprinter is nonetheless a unique model to North America and is built entirely in the United States. The Prototype, entering service as of February 2014, is meant to pull as many as 18 Amfleet cars at speeds of up to 125 miles per hour!


The new Cities Sprinter locomotive will come bundled with a brand new car, prototypically appropriate for the ACS-64 operation!


Amfleet I: During its beginnings, Amtrak inherited its passenger cars from other railroads. Old, steam heated and in dire need of upgrades, Amtrak set out to replace these cars in 1973 with the purchase of the first Amfleet cars from Budd. This initial batch of 492 cars were the Amfleet I - with a door and vestibule on either end (unlike their single-doored successor), these cars fell into a few different varieties but essentially broke down into coach and dinette variants. Despite the introduction of their newer cousins, Amfleet I's are still in use by Amtrak, primarily for shorter distance routes.

Kato N Berina Express 5 Car Set Kato N Berina Express 5 Car Set
$399.99
Available to order

Description

Item includes following coaches.

ABe8/12 3 car set with flywheel motor car (has directional head lights)

1 x 1st class panorama coach

1 x 2nc class panorama coach

ABe8/12 3 car set is as same as KATO 10-1273 Allegra with different road number and destination panel.

Kato N Bethgon Coal Wagons BNSF 8 Car Set Kato N Bethgon Coal Wagons BNSF 8 Car Set
$279.99
Available to order
Kato N Bethgon Coal Wagons BNSF 8 Car Set
Kato N C11 Tank Locomotive 2-6-4 Kato N C11 Tank Locomotive 2-6-4
$198.99
Available to order
Kato N C11 Tank Locomotive 2-6-4

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Atlas N Dash 8-40B AE 4000

Description

General Electric’s “Dash 7� locomotive line was introduced as a replacement for the older “Universal-Series� of the 60s and early 70s. “Dash 7� series improvements included increased fuel efficiency, tractive effort and reliability. The B23-7 was a direct replacement for the 2,250HP U23B model. The first units were produced for Conrail in September, 1977 (ironically, 3 months after the last U23B was delivered to Conrail). Production continued through 1984, with a total of 535 units built. Conrail was the largest purchaser of the model, with a total fleet of 141 units.

Several features distinguished B23-7s from predecessor models. The long hood stepped outward in the area of the exhaust stack to accommodate a relocated oil cooler. In addition, the frame was 2 feet longer than that of the U23B. An FB-2 style truck was offered as standard equipment on B23-7s, but some railroads opted to use “trade-in� trucks. Therefore, AAR type B and Blomberg trucks could be found on some models. The six power assembly doors (located near the center of the long hood) indicated that the B23-7 was powered by a 12-cylinder GE FDL engine.

Features:

  • Slow speed motor
  • Directional lighting
  • Golden-white LEDs
  • Dual brass flywheels
  • Low-friction mechanism
  • Accurate painting and lettering
  • Factory-installed AccuMate® magnetic knuckle couplers
Bachmann N 4-4-0 American & Tender-Union Pacific
Bachmann N Acela Locomotive A/B Dummy

Dapol N A4 Mallard 4468 Garter Blue LNER

Dapol N Pannier 5764 Great Western
GRAHAN FARISH N CLASS 57/0 FREIGHTLINER

The AC4400CW is an AC traction variation of its sister locomotive, the C44-9W “Dash 9.” Both locomotives share a similar body design, though the AC4400CW features a large box on the rear left of the operator cab where the inverter banks and traction circuitry can be found. These GE-built locomotives had bolsterless, low-weight HiAd trucks that were designed for improved traction, and were also equipped with a split cooling system to lower engineer temperatures and fuel consumption. The Chicago & Northwestern operated a number of these engines prior to their being added to the UP roster starting in the early 2000’s.


Model features:

"Operation Lifesaver" paint scheme

Prototype details: Low Mount Numberboards and Beveled Cab design

Directional headlights with illuminated ditchlights and numberboards

Powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheels

DCC Friendly mechanism (Does Not Included DCC)

ALCO's beautiful PA-1 is one of America's most famous locomotives. It was ALCO's entry into the passenger train diesel craze, competing directly with the E-Units from EMD.


Originally run on the Texas and New Orleans, Southern Pacific PA's #6055 and 6056 were later put into service on the SP's coastal division, pulling trains such as the Morning Daylight.


ALCO locomotives were also used in service with the famous "California Zephyr" passenger train, adopting a number of paint schemes, the most famous of which was perhaps the "Prospector" paint scheme. This paint scheme was a striking two-tone silver and gold arrangement, highlited by a series of four black stripes going down the side of the body.

ALCO's beautiful PA-1 is one of America's most famous locomotives. It was ALCO's entry into the passenger train diesel craze, competing directly with the E-Units from EMD.


Originally run on the Texas and New Orleans, Southern Pacific PA's #6055 and 6056 were later put into service on the SP's coastal division, pulling trains such as the Morning Daylight.


ALCO locomotives were also used in service with the famous "California Zephyr" passenger train, adopting a number of paint schemes, the most famous of which was perhaps the "Prospector" paint scheme. This paint scheme was a striking two-tone silver and gold arrangement, highlited by a series of four black stripes going down the side of the body.

The ACS-64, also known as the "Amtrak Cities Sprinter", is Amtrak's replacement of the aging AEM-7 and HHP-8 electric locomotives for operation in the Northeast and Keystone Corridors. Built by Siemens and based on the EuroSprinter European electric locomotive design, the Cities Sprinter is nonetheless a unique model to North America and is built entirely in the United States. The Prototype, entering service as of February 2014, is meant to pull as many as 18 Amfleet cars at speeds of up to 125 miles per hour!


The new Cities Sprinter locomotive will come bundled with a brand new car, prototypically appropriate for the ACS-64 operation!


Amfleet I: During its beginnings, Amtrak inherited its passenger cars from other railroads. Old, steam heated and in dire need of upgrades, Amtrak set out to replace these cars in 1973 with the purchase of the first Amfleet cars from Budd. This initial batch of 492 cars were the Amfleet I - with a door and vestibule on either end (unlike their single-doored successor), these cars fell into a few different varieties but essentially broke down into coach and dinette variants. Despite the introduction of their newer cousins, Amfleet I's are still in use by Amtrak, primarily for shorter distance routes.

Description

Item includes following coaches.

ABe8/12 3 car set with flywheel motor car (has directional head lights)

1 x 1st class panorama coach

1 x 2nc class panorama coach

ABe8/12 3 car set is as same as KATO 10-1273 Allegra with different road number and destination panel.

Kato N Bethgon Coal Wagons BNSF 8 Car Set
Kato N C11 Tank Locomotive 2-6-4