This is my new MTH Santa Fe F3 ABBA with an awesome stainless finish. This locomotive is gorgious and is what I consider one of the most iconic locomotives ever built. Enjoy, and feel free to ask question, leave comments, and tell me what you think! Video Rating: 5 / 5
VIDEO IS FOR YOUTUBER BRADS TRAINS THAT HAD ASKED ME TO MAKE A VIDEO TO SEE WHAT THE MOTORS AND FRAME WORK LOOKS LIKE WITH THE BODY OFF THE FRAME OF THE POWERED A-UNIT LIONEL #158 SANTA FE FT DIESELTHAT HAS TWO LARGE CAN MOTORS AND LIONELS STANDARD TRAINSOUNDS SOUND BOARD THIS ONE IS FROM A 2009 SANTA FE EL CAPITAN TRAIN SET IT HAS A NICE AMOUNT OF WEIGHT TO THIS ENGINE WITH A PLASTIC SHELL AND ALL METAL FRAME AND TRUCKS ITS A PRETTY SMOOTH RUNNER I THINK. THIS IS A ENGINE I ONCE SEEN PULL A B-UNIT AND 15+ SEMI SCALE SANTA FE PASSENGER CARS WITH NO ISSUES THAT WAS A 2005 SF FT #158 ENGINE IT WAS ONE OF THE FIRST TO COME OUT ON THE MARKET I SAY THERE A WELL BULIT ENGINE BETWEEN ITS WEIGHT AND TWO POWERFUL CAN MOTORS THAT THEY COME WITH IN 2006 I HAD A 2004-06 LIONEL FAST FREIGHT C,P GP-38 DIESEL SET KNOWEN AS THE GEEPS AND I HAD NOTHING BUT ISSUES WITH IT FROM NOT RESPONDING OR SLOW RESPOND FROM FNR TO THE TRAINSOUNDS SOUND BOARD SOUNDING LIKE A POPCORN MAKER I HAD TO TAKE IT BACK AFTER CHRISTMAS PASSED AND AFTER GOING BACK AND FORTH WITH THE DEALER OF ONLY HAVEING IT A FEW WEEKS I GOT THEM TO SWAP IT OUT FOR A NEW O GAUGE POLAR EXPRESS SET AND I KINDA STAYED AWAY FROM MODERN DIESEL ENGINES AFTER THAT IM NOT TOO CRAZY ABOUT THE MODERN ERA TRAIN SETS IN THE FIRST PLACE AND THAT DIDNT HELP BEING ONE OF THE FIRST SETS WE GOT AS IM MOSTLY A COLLETOR AND INTO THE 1900 TO 1969 PREWAR & POSTWAR ERA TRAIN SETS THAT DONT HAVE ANY CIRCUIT BOARDS TO WORRY ABOUT SHORTING OUT AND THERE …
Here is another video of my Lionel Santa Fe 3751 steam locomotive, this time pulling The Chief passenger train. This locomotive, 6-38055, was released by Lionel in 2004. Some of it features include TrainMaster Command Control, also know as TMCC, Railsounds, Odyssey speed control, and a fan driven smoke unit. These Heavyweight passenger cars were also by Lionel in 2004. They were available as a 4 car set, with a 2 car add on set, and a Stationsounds diner. These cars feature a detailed interior. interior lights that can be turned off and on by a switch on the bottom of the cars, die cast metal six wheeled trucks, and opening doors. The Chief was one of the premier passenger trains on the Santa Fe and made its first run on November 14, 1926. It ran between Chicago and Los Angeles on a 63 hour schedule. The Stationsounds diner has all the above features as well as recording of arrival/departure announcements and dining reservations. The track is K-Line tubular with O-81 curves and the train is being controlled with Lionel Legacy. Video Rating: 5 / 5
Bachmann FT-A DCC onboard and sound MRC equipped. The sounder was recylcled from a faulty 1638 decoder. DCC controler is Dynamis and tracks is EZ Track Nickel Silver. Composição Santa Fe com uma locomotiva Bachmann FT-A DCC onboard equipada com som MRC. O som foi reaproveitado de um decoder 1638 com defeito na parte de movimento. A central DCC é Dynamis e os tilhos EZ Track de Nickel Silver.