Lionel 31755



Advertised as "The Glamour Train of the Southwest," this streamlined consist, dressed in red and silver, became an American icon of the 1950s. The Texas Special ran from St. Louis to San Antonio, jointly operated by the Katy and the Frisco Railroads. New for 2007, this train set features four 21" aluminum passenger cars, a powered E7 diesel locomotive, and a non-powered E7 diesel locomotive. SET FEATURES: Powered E7 diesel locomotive, non-powered E7 diesel locomotive, combination car, coach, sleeper, observation car LOCOMOTIVE FEATURES: Lionel LEGACY Control System equipped-able to run in Command Control Mode or in Conventional Transformer Control Mode LEGACY Speed Control with ON/OFF switch RailSounds 5.0 sound system with intelligible CrewTalk dialog and TowerCom announcements Directional lighting, including LED headlights ElectroCouplers on the front of each A-unit Dual powerful maintenance-free motors with momentum flywheels Traction tires Fan-driven smoke unit in both the powered and non-powered A-units Die-cast metal trucks, pilots, and fuel tanks Metal frames Separately applied metal details Separately applied metal handrails and screens Pivoting diaphragms on rear Opening doors Accurate builder's plates Lighted number boards Illuminated cab interior Engineer and fireman figures 21" PASSENGER CAR FEATURES: Combination car, coach, sleeper, observation car Die-cast metal sprung trucks with rotating bearing caps and operating couplers with hidden uncoupling tab Diaphragms between cars Extruded aluminum bodies with flush fitting windows Metal frames Authentically detailed and painted interiors Passenger figures Interior lighting with ON/OFF control Individually boxed Gauge: O Gauge Minimum Curve: O-54
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