Lionel 28811



Sometimes called the baby Trainmaster, the Fairbanks Morse H16-44 utilized the companys highly reliable eight cylinder, opposed-piston diesel engine that was made famous on American submarines during World War II. Features includes: The Odyssey System for Speed Control * TrainMaster Command Control system * Dual precision can motors with momentum flywheel * Railsounds sound system with CrewTalk chitchat and TowerCom announcements * Die-cast trucks, pilots, fuel tank and ElectroCouplers * Stamped metal frame and handrails * Operating headighting * Illuminated number boards * Interior illumination * Directional lighting * Diesel smoke unit * Engineer figure * Separately applied windshield wipers and metal brake wheels * Opening cab doors.

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