Lionel 30114



The Long Island Rail Road is the busiest commuter railroad in North America, carrying an average of 301,000 customers each weekday on 735 daily trains. Chartered on April 24, 1834, it is also the oldest railroad still operating under its original name. Throughout that time, the LIRR has been an essential component of the region's transportation infrastructure, leading to the development of the Long Island communities it serves and providing a gateway to the economic growth of the region. A subsidiary of New York State's Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the L ong Island Rail Road is marking its 175th Anniversary in 2009. Lionel celebrates this special anniversary with a brand new ready-to-run train set featuring modern M-7 electric cars, the railroad's newest commuter car fleet. Decorated in the sleek silver, black, and yellow scheme of the LIRR, this four-car multiple-unit set comes complete with transformer and a generous loop of FasTrack-everything you need to run your M-7 commuter set.
  • Set Includes:
  • M-7 powered car, three M-7 non-powered cars, three straight FasTrack track sections, eight curved FasTrack track sections, a FasTrack terminal track section, 12 signs, six figures, PowerMax Transformer
  • Features:
  • Transformer controlled forward, neutral, and reverse operation
  • Powerful maintenance-free motor on powered
  • Operating headlights and electronic horn on powered car
  • Interior illumination
  • Manually opening doors Gauge: Traditional O Gauge Dimensions: Layout dimensions: 40" x 60" Minimum Curve: O-27
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