Lionel 28323



Built by the National Railway Equipment Company, the clean and efficient Genset switcher sets the standard for environmental friendliness on the modern rails. This diesel engine emits 80% fewer pollutants into the air than similar engines, uses far less fuel, and meets the government's most stringent regulatory noise level requirements. Three separate 700-h.p. generator sets (or Gen-sets) power this unique locomotive, each towered by its own exhaust stack. These engines are designed to operate independently, in a pair, or all three at once depending on current needs of t he loco. They also utilize an ingenious "sleep time" technology: when idling, only one of three engines stays active, and when resting for too long all three engines shut down automatically at a pre-programmed time.
  • LEGACY Control System equipped
  • Odyssey II Speed Control with On/Off switch
  • LEGACY RailSounds sound system featuring:
  • Independently adjustable volume control
  • TruRail Dialog
  • TruRail Signals - Activate the quilling horn
  • Six official railroad speeds CrewTalk dialog
  • Multi-level of realistic engine sounds Genset
  • Front and rear ElectroCouplers
  • Traction tires
  • Fan-driven smoke unit
  • Oscillating ditch lights
  • Illuminated number boards
  • Ground lights on sides
  • Enhanced realistic lighting in cab interior
  • Die-cast metal body
  • Die-cast metal trucks, pilot, and fuel tank
  • Opening and closing exhaust stack covers
  • Smoke exhaust emanates from 1,2,or3 stacks
  • Removable cab roof
  • Engineer and conductor figures Minimum Curve: O-42 /O-54 recommended Volume 2 2010
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