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4-6-4 Blue Goose Hudson Steam Engine w/Proto-Sound 2.0 - Santa Fe

4-6-4 Blue Goose Hudson Steam Engine w/Proto-Sound 2.0 - Santa Fe

Die-Cast Boiler and Tender Body - 1:48 Scale Proportions - Die-Cast Metal Chassis - Authentic Paint Scheme - Metal Wheels and Axles - Constant Voltage Headlight - Die-Cast Truck Sides - Precision Pittmanr Flywheel Equipped Motor - Locomotive Speed Control - Remote Controlled Proto-Couplerr - Engineer and Fireman Figures - Operating Firebox Glow - Metal Handrails and Decorative Bell - Decorative Metal Whistle - Operating Marker Lights - Lighted Cab Interior - Operating ProtoSmoker System - Operating Tender Back-up Light - Proto-Sound 2.0 With The Digital Command System Featuring:- Passenger Station Proto-Effects - Unit Measures:26" x 2 5/8" x 3 7/8" - Operates On O-54 Curves

20-3079-1

1 in stock

$1099.99

$699.99

BNSF 4-8-4 Gs-4 Steam Engine with Proto-Sound 2.0

BNSF 4-8-4 Gs-4 Steam Engine with Proto-Sound 2.0

4-8-4 Gs-4 Steam Engine with Proto-Sound 2.0 - BNSF

Roadname: BNSF
Product Item Number:
20-80003A
Catalog: ZZ Uncataloged Items
Product Line: Premier
Scale: O Scale
Delivery Status:
Delivered AUG 2001
This product is compatible with all O Gauge 3-Rail track systems including those systems offered by Atlas and Gargraves and Lionel and Ross Custom Switches.

20-80003A

1 in stock

$999.99

O-Gauge - Baltimore & Ohio 4-6-2 USRA Heavy Pacific Steam Engine #5314

O-Gauge - Baltimore & Ohio 4-6-2 USRA Heavy Pacific Steam Engine #5314

O-Gauge - Baltimore & Ohio 4-6-2 USRA Heavy Pacific Steam Engine #5314

20-3748-1

1 in stock

$1099.99

O-Gauge - Freedom Train 4-8-4 GS-4 #4449

O-Gauge - Freedom Train 4-8-4 GS-4 #4449

4-8-4 GS-4 Steam Engine w/Proto-Sound 3.0 (Hi-Rail Wheels) - American Freedom
Cab No. 4449

Roadname: American Freedom
Product Item Number:
20-3755-1
Catalog: EU 2017 Volume 2
Product Line: Premier
Scale: O Scale
Delivery Status:
JAN. 2018
This product is compatible with all O Gauge 3-Rail track systems including those systems offered by Atlas and Gargraves and Lionel and Ross Custom Switches.

In 1937 the Southern Pacific trumpeted a new train in full-page magazine ads:
Let us stand by the tracks of Southern Pacific's Coast Line, as thousands now do every day and listen. Suddenly from far off comes a musical note, rising. Round a curve flashes a streak of color. Here comes the Daylight, the most beautiful train in the West!

The Daylights linked Los Angeles and San Francisco \"in a glorious daylight trip, streaking along the Pacific Ocean for more than a hundred breathless miles.\" Travelers were invited to \"Step inside the Daylight and see the beauty and luxury that have already won the West. Notice the wide, soft seats in the coaches. They are cushioned with sponge rubber and turn to face the extraordinarily large windows.\" Presenting a glorious streak of orange and red from locomotive to observation car, the Daylights were a sharp departure from the SP's normal dark olive passenger cars.

Leading the trains were the Southern Pacific's class GS (for \"Golden State\") Northerns, arguably among the handsomest steam engines ever built. Constructed by Lima Locomotive Works, inventor of the super-power concept, the Daylight 4-8-4s had the combination of power and speed that characterized steam power at its zenith. Class GS-4 engines, delivered in 1941 and 1942, were among the last and best-looking of the breed, with tall 80\" drivers and enclosed all-weather cabs. In addition to handling premier passenger trains, the Golden State 4-8-4s were regularly used on the SP's famed Overnight high-speed freight service. Long before FedEx existed, it provided overnight business deliveries between San Francisco and Los Angeles, carrying everything from groceries to replacement car engines.

A lone GS-4, No. 4449, was saved from the scrapper and donated to the city of Portland, Oregon, where it sat mounted and stuffed in a city park for 16 years. Jack Holst, an elderly Southern Pacific employee, visited the engine regularly, oiling its bearings and rods in the hope that it would someday return to steam. As a result of his efforts, No. 4449 was in good enough shape that it was chosen as the western engine for the American Freedom Train, returning to steam just four months to begin touring the country in 1975 in celebration of our nation's 200th anniversary. Repainted in Daylight colors, the engine still operates today in excursion service.



Intricately Detailed, Die-Cast Boiler and Chassis
Intricately Detailed, Die-Cast Tender Body
Authentic Paint Scheme
Die-Cast Locomotive Trucks
Handpainted Engineer and Fireman Figures
Metal Handrails and Whistle
Remote-Controlled Proto-Coupler
O Scale Kadee-Compatible Coupler Mounting Pads
Prototypical Rule 17 Lighting
Constant Voltage LED Headlight
Operating LED Firebox Glow
Operating LED Marker Lights
Lighted LED Cab Interior
Operating Tender LED Back-up Light
Operating LED MARS Light
Powerful 7-Pole Precision Flywheel-Equipped Motor
Synchronized Puffing ProtoSmoke System
Locomotive Speed Control In Scale MPH Increments
Wireless Drawbar
1:48 Scale Dimensions
Onboard DCC/DCS Decoder
Proto-Scale 3-2 3-Rail/2-Rail Conversion Capable
Proto-Sound 3.0 With The Digital Command System Featuring Quillable Whistle With Passenger Station Proto-Effects
Unit Measures: 29" x 2 3/4" x 4 1/4"
Operates On O-54 Curves Steam DCC Features
F0 Head/Tail light
F1 Bell
F2 Horn
F3 Start-up/Shut-down
F4 PFA
F5 Lights (except head/tail)
F6 Master Volume
F7 Front Coupler
F8 Rear Coupler
F9 Forward Signal
F10 Reverse Signal
F11 Grade Crossing
F12 Smoke On/Off
F13 Smoke Volume
F14 Idle Sequence 3
F15 Idle Sequence 2
F16 Idle Sequence 1
F17 Extended Start-up
F18 Extended Shut-down
F19 Labor Chuff
F20 Drift Chuff
F21 One Shot Doppler
F22 Coupler Slack
F23 Coupler Close
F24 Single Horn Blast
F25 Engine Sounds
F26 Brake Sounds
F27 Cab Chatter
F28 Feature Reset

20-3755-1

1 in stock

$1199.99

$1049.99

O-Gauge - Southern 4-6-2 PS-4 Steam Engine #6476

O-Gauge - Southern 4-6-2 PS-4 Steam Engine #6476

"The Southern Railway under the absolute monarchy of steam was the most pervasively beautiful carrier I have ever known,\" wrote David P. Morgan, famed editor of Trains magazine. The Southern embodied the romantic vision of the South. As railway historian H. Stafford Bryant Jr. put it, \"With the Southern, it was always Garden Week in Virginia, April on the Habersham Road, and the Ole Miss game at Tuscaloosa.\" And the locomotive that personified Southern style was the Ps-4 Pacific.
In truth, the Ps-4 was a virtual copy of the USRA's Heavy Pacific design, which drew heavily on the Pennsy K4s for inspiration. But two sons of Virginia, Fairfax Harrison and W. Graham Claytor Jr., made the Ps-4 a stunning corporate symbol recognized worldwide as one of the most beautiful of all American steamers.

Born of a patrician Virginia family, Fairfax Harrison was a graduate of Yale and Columbia, lawyer, historian, Latin scholar and country gentlemen who ran the Southern from the teens through most of the 1930s. On a 1925 trip to London, he was impressed by the green livery and fine lining on many British steamers, and resolved to bring that grace and beauty to his own road. Thus the next order of Ps-4's, delivered by Alco's Richmond Locomotive Works in 1926, arrived in Virgina green with gold lining and lettering. The new look was so successful that it was soon applied to earlier Ps-4's and the entire passenger fleet. Because the Southern allowed crews to stay with their \"own\" locomotive, there was more than the usual incentive to keep the engines in sparkling condition. As David Morgan noted, \"No green-and-gold Ps-4 was ever humbled by any Yankee engine she encountered in Washington or Cincinnati, and her engineers, shopmen and wipers knew it.\"

Decades later, W. Graham Claytor Jr. - WWII destroyer escort captain who rescued survivors of the U.S.S. Indianapolis, Secretary of the Navy, president of the Southern from 1967-77 and later president of Amtrak - determined that the glory that was the Ps-4 would never be forgotten. While working as an outside legal counsel to the Southern in the 1950s, he convinced the railroad to pull one Ps-4 from the scrap line and donate it to the Smithsonian, where it resides today in green-and-gold glory, a reminder to future generations of the mechanical beauty that was the steam era. Claytor later described his youthful experience with the Ps-4: \"Our Washington Division line is mostly straight, but is undulating throughout its length with the line rising and falling about every 3 or 4 miles like a long ocean swell. In the old days when I used to ride passenger trains to college behind Ps-4 locomotives, the standard operating procedure was to go 80-mph-plus downhill, hit the bottom at maximum speed, and crest the next hill as fast as possible, but seldom over 35 mph.\"

New for 2017, we offer our Premier Ps-4 for the first time with the 8-wheel tender that trailed two-thirds of the 64 Ps-4 engines, in contrast to the more well-known 12-wheel tender. No. 1372 left Alco's Schenectady works in 1924 and was later lettered for the Southern's all-Pullman, extra-fare Crescent Limited service from Washington to Atlanta. No. 6476, sporting an Elesco feedwater heater between bell and stack, belonged to Southern subsidiary Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific, route of The Queen and Crescent Limited between the Cincinnati (the Queen City), and New Orleans (the Crescent City).

Intricately Detailed, Die-Cast Boiler and Chassis
Intricately Detailed, Die-Cast Tender Body
Authentic Paint Scheme
Real Tender Coal Load
Die-Cast Locomotive Trucks
Handpainted Engineer and Fireman Figures
Metal Handrails, Whiste and Bell
Metal Wheels and Axles
Remote-Controlled Proto-Coupler
O Scale Kadee-Compatible Coupler Mounting Pads
Prototypical Rule 17 Lighting
Constant Voltage LED Headlight
Operating LED Firebox Glow
Operating LED Marker Lights
Operating LED Numberboard Lights
Lighted LED Cab Interior
Operating Tender LED Back-up Light
Powerful 7-Pole Precision Flywheel-Equipped Motor
Synchronized Puffing ProtoSmoke System
Locomotive Speed Control In Scale MPH Increments
Wireless Drawbar
1:48 Scale Dimensions
Onboard DCC/DCS Decoder
Proto-Sound 3.0 With The Digital Command System Featuring Quillable Whistle With Passenger Station Proto-Effects
Unit Measures: 23 7/8 x 2 7/16 x 3 7/8
Operates On O-42 Curves Steam DCC Features
F0 Head/Tail light
F1 Bell
F2 Horn
F3 Start-up/Shut-down
F4 PFA
F5 Lights (except head/tail)
F6 Master Volume
F7 Front Coupler
F8 Rear Coupler
F9 Forward Signal
F10 Reverse Signal
F11 Grade Crossing
F12 Smoke On/Off
F13 Smoke Volume
F14 Idle Sequence 3
F15 Idle Sequence 2
F16 Idle Sequence 1
F17 Extended Start-up
F18 Extended Shut-down
F19 Labor Chuff
F20 Drift Chuff
F21 One Shot Doppler
F22 Coupler Slack
F23 Coupler Close
F24 Single Horn Blast
F25 Engine Sounds
F26 Brake Sounds
F27 Cab Chatter
F28 Feature Reset

20-3736-1

1 in stock

$999.99

O-Gauge - Union Pacific 4-12-2 9000 Steam Locomotive w/ ProtoSound 3.0

O-Gauge - Union Pacific 4-12-2 9000 Steam Locomotive w/ ProtoSound 3.0

O-Gauge - Union Pacific 4-12-2 9000 Steam Locomotive w/ ProtoSound 3.0

20-3639-1

1 in stock

$1299.99

$1199.99

O-Gauge - Union Pacific 4-6-6-4 Challenger Steam Engine #3985

O-Gauge - Union Pacific 4-6-6-4 Challenger Steam Engine #3985

O-Gauge - Union Pacific 4-6-6-4 Challenger Steam Engine #3985

20-3687-1

1 in stock

$1599.99

$1449.99

Union Pacific 4-12-2 9000 Steam Engine w/Proto-Sound 2.0 (Hi-Rail Wheels)

Union Pacific 4-12-2 9000 Steam Engine w/Proto-Sound 2.0 (Hi-Rail Wheels)

Die-Cast Boiler and Tender Body
1:48 Scale Proportions
Die-Cast Metal Chassis
Authentic Paint Scheme
Metal Wheels and Axles
Constant Voltage Headlight
Die-Cast Truck Sides
Precision Flywheel Equipped Motor
Remote Controlled Proto-CouplerT
Engineer and Fireman Figures
Operating Firebox Glow
Metal Handrails and Decorative Bell
Decorative Metal Whistle
Operating Marker Lights
Lighted Cab Interior
Operating Tender Back-up Light
Locomotive Speed Control
Proto-Scale 3-2T 3-Rail/2-Rail Conversion Capable
Synchronized Puffing ProtoSmokeT System
Wireless Drawbar
Proto-Sound 2.0 With The Digital Command System Featuring: Freight Yard Proto-Effects
Unit Measures:26 1/2" x 2 3/4" x 4 1/8"
Operates On O-72 Curves

20-3293-1

1 in stock

$1199.99

$799.99