Lionel SET-2005-1

PENNSYLVANIA SPECIAL STEAM PASSENGER SET

 

  • Until is was renamed as the Broadway Limited, the 'Pennsyvania Special' was the most famous high speed train running between NY and Chicago on the Pennsylvania Railroad. The train was headed by an Atlantic locomotive with a 4-4-2 wheel arrangement, which became the mainstay of Pennsy high speed power all over the system, and which established all kinds speed records
  • Accurate in every detail, the Lionel model heading our Pennsylvania Special is a Lionel first; extraordinary, great looking, and full scale with everything that Lionel has to offer
  • Ready to run with no assembly required, everyone will be standing in line begging for a chance to run the train with the handheld controller. Special features include:
  • TrainMaster Command Control, Odyssey system for speed control, RailSounds, CrewTalk and TowerCom announcements, and DynaChuff chuffing
  • Maintenance free motor with momentum flywheel, wireless tether between loco and tender, and electro coupler on tender (which uncoulples anywhere on the layout without use of an uncoupling track)
  • Operating headlight, die cast body, frame and trucks, traction tires, synchronized fan driven smoke unit. illuminated cab interior, glowing firebox in cab, engineer andfireman figures
  • Mininum curve 31 inches, length 18 1/2 inches The Passenger cars Features include:
  • Die-cast metal sprung trucks and operating couplers with hidden uncoupling tab
  • Flexible diaphragms between cars
  • Opening doors
  • Metal frame
  • Authentically detailed and painted interior
  • Overhead interior lighting with ON/OFF switch
  • Passenger and train crew figures Dimensions: Length:Single car: 19" The set is powered by a CW-80 watt transformer, and includes the Lionel Train Master TMCC remote control with command base. The layout is a huge 48 inch by 89 inch loop of Lionels fastrack wide curved. Every thing you need is included in this first class Pennsy Steam Special Set.
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