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Santa Fe Railroad
Steam Locomotive, HO Scale.
Able to negotiate tighter radius
curves than larger locomotives, the 0-4-0 tank steam
locomotive was often employed in dockyard and industrial
work as well as general switching duties for Class I
railroads. This HO scale model features a powerful motor, a
die cast chassis, a finely molded body with simulated
rivets, an operating headlight, separately applied detail
parts, metal wheels, horn hook couplers, and more. Measures
approximately 4" long and arrives ready to run.
Tank Switcher, HO Scale.
an 0-6-0T tank switcher
used for switching and local service, this DCC-ready, HO
scale model features a powerful can motor, a die cast
chassis, a finely molded body with simulated rivets, a metal
valve gear, working headlights and rear lights, separately
applied detail parts such as metal handrails and a movable
brass bell, die cast wheels with nickel rims, magnetically
operated knuckle couplers, a Santa Fe paint scheme, and
more. Measures 4?" long and arrives ready to run.
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4-8-4 Northern Steam Locomotive, HO Scale.
Santa Fe #3781
One of the biggest Bachmann releases of the year is
now here! This HO Scale, DCC-equipped AT&SF 4-8-4 replicates one of ten "Northerns"
ordered by the Santa Fe in 1941 to run high speed passenger trains over its
2200+ mile main line between Chicago and California. And with its 80"
drivers (see #R07488), this locomotive was well suited for the job!
& Slope Tender, HO Scale.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe.
This HO scale locomotive is
modeled after the 0-6-0 designed by the United States
Railroad Administration just after World War I. Features die
cast chassis and wheels, working light and smoke, historic
markings and incredible detail. Locomotive and coal tender
measure approximately 9" together.
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Santa Fe #5034.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe received its final
order of twenty-five 2-10-4 Texas steam locomotives - a type that the Santa
Fe originated in 1919 when it equipped a 2-10-2 with a four-wheel trailing
truck - from Baldwin in 1944.
This newly tooled, HO scale model - DCC-equipped for speed, direction and lighting - of one of those Texas locomotives features a powerful 5-pole motor; precision gearing; a die cast frame and boiler; metal cylinders; dozens of intricate, hand-applied body and oil tender details; a well-equipped cab interior with an engineer figure; an operating headlight; magnetically operated knuckle couplers; a lifetime limited warranty; authentic Santa Fe markings; and more. Measures approximately 16?" long and can be operated on DC- or DCC-equipped layouts.
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