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1. Microscale HO Scale Dash 9-44CW/AC4400CW, UP 2000+
HO Dash 9-44CW/AC4400CW UP 2000+
2. Bachmann Industries GS4 4-8-4 Locomotive – DCC Sound Value Equipped – Southern PACIFIC DAYLIGHT #4436 (Billboard lettering) – HO-Scale Train
- Factory installed sound package that includes: authentic prototypical chuff, short and long whistles, bell, air pump, steam release, and blower
- Dual-mode NMRA-compliant decoder
- Precision motor, operating headlight, separately applied metal parts, see-through frame, RP25 wheels
- E-Z Mate Mark II couplers
- HO scale: 1: 87
GS4 4-8-4 locomotive – DCC sound value equipped – Southern Pacific daylight #4436 (billboard lettering) – HO-Scale. The streamlined, powerful SP GS4 4-8-4 steam locomotives were the choice of high-speed passenger service in the Southwest until they were superseded by diesels in the late 1950S. This 4-8-4 now includes our sound value SoundTraxx steam package with authentic prototypical chuff, short and long whistles, bell, air pump, steam release, and blower—all in 16-bit polyphonic sound. Features include: DCC sound-equipped, dual-mode NMRA-compliant decoder, precision motor, operating headlight, separately applied metal parts. See-through frame, RP25 wheels, E-Z Mate mark II couplers
3. Walthers Trainline EMD HO Scale GP9M Ready-to-Run Sante Fe
The Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors was the last major builder to enter the road switcher market, introducing the GP7 (GP for General Purpose) in 1949. In 1954, the more powerful GP9 was unveiled with a 1750 horsepower prime-mover. This became the most successful of the early geeps, with sales of more than 3,800 locos in the U.S. and Canada. As the GP9s were bumped from major freight and passenger trains by newer locos, they began new careers as switchers. Many roads rebuilt them with a low nose to improve forward visibility and they continue to serve in switching, wayfreight and transfer assignments today.
This model will be a real workhorse on your model railroad, with great features like a heavy die cast metal frame, powerful can motor with flywheel, eight-wheel electrical pickup and drive, and a working headlight. Fully assembled and ready for service, they come prepainted in a variety of schemes.
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The Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors was the last major builder to enter the road switcher market, introducing the GP7 (GP for General Purpose) in 1949. In 1954, the more powerful GP9 was unveiled with a 1750 horsepower prime-mover. This became the most successful of the early geeps, with sales of more than 3,800 locos in the U.S. and Canada. As the GP9s were bumped from major freight and passenger trains by newer locos, they began new careers as switchers. Many roads rebuilt them with a low nose to improve forward visibility and they continue to serve in switching, wayfreight and transfer assignments today. This HO Scale model will be a real workhorse on your model railroad, with great features like a heavy diecast metal frame, powerful can motor with flywheel, eight-wheel electrical pick-up and drive, and a working headlight. Fully assembled and ready for service, they come prepainted in a variety of schemes.
4. LEC USA 1996 Burlington Northern Sante Fe Battery Operated Train Set
- Realistic 1996 BNSF Diesel Dash 9-44CW model train.
- Comes complete with 4 piece train, 18 piece track, crane, railroad crossing, viaduct, bridge columns and decals.
- Multi-level course oval includes raised bridge and switch track section
- size is 46.7 x 16.1 inches.
- BNSF – Burlington Northern Santé Fe Railway set.
- USA Trains Collectors Edition.
Complete with true-to-life details and featuring popular train models from different eras, these battery-powered scale model train sets from LEC USA are also simple to put together and enjoy. This Burlington Northern Santé Fe Railway train set is powered by a BNSF Diesel Dash 9-44CW finish in great detail.
5. Walthers Trainline HO Scale Model Iron Ridge Station
The Iron Ridge Station is a classic North American wooden depot that’s perfect addition to any steam or diesel-era layout scene or train set. Injection-molded parts are quick and easy to assemble – even for first-time kit builders. Kit Parts are molded in colors and clear window glazing is included, so no painting is necessary. This kit also includes colorful printed signs and complete illustrated instructions. The finished kit measures: 8-1/4 x 4-3/4 x 2-3/4″. 20.9 x 12 x 6.9cm.
6. Atlas 844 HO Code 100 Rerailer Section (3)
Three HO Scale Code 100 Rerailer Snap-Track Pieces with Nickel Silver Rails. Features: Code 100 track can be used with code 83 by using Atlas’ transition joiners. Rerailers places rolling stock back on track by the sweep of a hand. Automatically rerails derailed equipment in hard to reach hidden areas. Black railroad ties and rerailer bed area with nickel silver rails. Accurately molded to detail. Rail joiners are included.
7. Walthers 910-20360 – EMD SD50 – DCC w/ESU Sound Southern Pacific 5516 – HO Scale
SOUTHERN PACIFIC This WalthersMainline EMD SD50 is perfect for heavy freight service on your HO Scale railroad. As demand for higher-horsepower units and better fuel economy continued to grow in the late 1970s, EMD began testing a new six-axle model in 1979, which entered production as the SD50 in 1981. Like the prototype, this locomotive is a great addition to your railroad’s fleet of heavy diesel road units. The WalthersMainline SD50 has the features you want to make it a star performer on your layout! Limited edition – one time run of these roadnumbers! Prototypes in service 1981 to present in main line, regional and lease-fleet service All-new drive including newly tooled power trucks and HT-C sideframes Open grating on steps Updated shell with molded drill starter points for grab irons in EMD SD50-60 Diesel Detail Kit (910-256) sold separately RP-25 metal wheels Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers Equipped with ESU sound and DCC for use on DCC and DC layouts featuring: 4 Function outputs with brightness control by CV Fully DCC compatible 14, 28, 128 speed steps Dual-mode DC-DCC 4 Air horns changeable by CVs 2 Bells changeable by CVs Same powerful drive as WalthersProto(R) locos featuring: 5-pole skew-wound motor 14:1 gear ratio Helical-cut gears for quiet operation and easy multiple unit operation All-wheel drive and electrical pickup Dual machined brass flywheels Heavy die-cast metal chassis Constant and directional LED headlights PLEASE NOTE: When operating Walthers-branded DCC-equipped locomotives in DC mode, do not use power packs that exceed an 18V rating. This includes MRC 1300-series power packs which have known issues with our decoders. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – SMALL PARTS! NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 3.
8. Bachmann Industries Southern Pacific Daylight Smooth-Side Observation Car with Lighted Interior (HO Scale), 85′
85′ SMOOTH-SIDE OBSERVATION CAR with LIGHTED INTERIOR – SOUTHERN PACIFIC DAYLIGHT – HO-Scale. Bachmann’s 85′ Coach and Observation Cars feature lighted interiors so your HO scale passengers can ride in style, day or night. Available in a choice of road names, all cars have Metal wheels and E-Z Mate Mark II couplers.
9. Kato N Scale EMD SD70ACe Union Pacific The Spirit #1943 W/DCC
N scale DCC equipped EMD SD70ACe locomotive by Kato. Union Pacific “The Spirit” decoration re-issue. Factory assembled with a TCS silent DCC decoder and ready to run on your DCC layout.
10. Bachmann Industries Nyc #9 Ho Scale 72′ Heavyweight Observation Car with Lighted Interior
72′ heavyweight observation car with lighted interior – NYC #9 – HO scale. Bachmann heavy weight cars feature; prototype specific details, blackened machined-metal wheels with RP25 contours, die-cast trucks per prototype, LED non-flickering lighted interior, E-Z Mate mark II couplers, undercarriage details, interior details, flush mounted windows.
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