Lionel 30018



  • Take a ride on the Pennsylvania Railroad with the all new Pennsy Flyer Set
  • The all metal Locomotive has a headlight; puffing smoke; remotely controlled whistle, speed control and Lionel's famous forward, neutral and reversing system; along with a maintenance free motor
  • Please note that the forward, neutral and reverse system enables you to stop the train in neutral with the power on and operate all the operating cars ever made, including the greatest playtoy of all time - the operating milk car. This system is only available in Lionel O gauge and Fastrack sets and not in any other gauge. You simply cannot have operating cars in any of the other gauges, which is why O Gauge is the best and this set is among Lionel's classics offering great play value to keep your train enthusiast engaged for years to come
  • Cars include a Pennsylvania Box Car with opening door (where you child will put all kinds of secret things for transport and delivery down the line), a Flatcar with ends to carry barrels and boxes (included with the set), and, of course a Red Pennsylvania Caboose
  • All cars are equipped with remote controlled electric couplers, letting you uncouple cars from the engine and from each other at the touch of a button
  • For maximum fun we highly recommend purchase of our TS-50 operating and uncoupling track kit with your set. This provides the special track required to operate the uncouplers, as well as any operating car you may purchase in the future. Click back once, this track kit is listed right here with the sets
  • This set is complete and ready to run. The track in the set includes 8 Curved, 3 Straight and 1 Fastrack Terminal Section, making a 40x60 inch oval. The 80 watt transformer has an engineers handle to control speed, and plenty of power for extra accessories when you are ready to expand setting the stage to build your very own Lionel empire
  • Just put the track together on the floor (even on the carpet) and let the fun begin
  • No assembly required
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