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The 665 Santa Fe-style Hudson (4-6-4 drive wheel pattern) was available for sale from 1954 to 1956, and again in 1966. Although Lionel stopped producing this engine in 1956, they had enough units left over to use them in sets until 1959. It was available in the following sets - 2201WS (1954), 2237WS (1955), 2257WS (1956), 2277WS (1957), 2503WS (1958), 2509WS (1958), 2535WS (1959), 2539WS (1959), and 12840 (1966)
  • The 665 can be distinguished from other 4-6-4 steamers because it has a horizontal water tank on the top of the boiler front
  • With a black painted diecast metal boiler, this engine sports Lionel's famous "Spur" motor, mounted in a metal frame and geared to drive all six wheels. This set-up delivered outstanding tractive performance
  • It was supplied variously with the 6026W Santa Fe tender or the streamlined 2046W tender, both lettered "Lionel Lines" for the earlier version. The 1966 version came with a 736W tender that was lettered as "Pennsylvania Railroad"
  • This engine also features an operating smoke unit, three-position reverse unit, headlight, and trailing truck with plastic side frames. Produced with both white rubber-stamped and white heat-stamped cab number under the engineers windows.


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    18570VG 665 SANTA FE TYPE HUDSON STEAM LOCOMOTIVE AND TENDER -> C-6 Very Good - Few scratches, exceptionally clean, no dents or rust.

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