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Lionel 6-38075 LionMaster UP Big Boy 4024 – TMCC

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

Lionel 6-38075 LionMaster UP Big Boy 4024 – TMCC This engine is double articulated, unlike the real Big Boy, this allows it to turn on tighter curves. This articulation makes this one of the neatest model railroad engines to watch in operation. The ultimate articulated locomotive, the Union Pacific Big Boy, joins the semi-scale LionMaster roster. An imposing presence on any layout, the Lionel LionMaster Union Pacific Big Boy measures 29″ versus the 25 1/4″ length of other manufacturer’s semi-scale “Little” Boys, and can still easily negotiate O-31 curves. From the shark-nosed T-1 Duplex to the legendary Hudson, the Lionel LionMaster series brings the giants of steam to more modest sized O gauge layouts. Each fully featured locomotive maintains a correct sense of proportion and includes many separately applied details, like accurate builder’s plates FEATURES:TrainMaster Command Control equipped—able to run in Command Control Mode or in Conventional Transformer Control Mode RailSounds sound system with CrewTalk communication, TowerCom announcement and DynaChuff synchronized chuffing Odyssey System for speed control Wireless Tether connection between locomotive and tender Directional lighting including operating headlight, classification lights and operating back-up light on tender ElectroCoupler on rear of tender Dual powerful maintenance-free motors Four traction tires Fan-driven smoke unit Die-cast metal locomotive body, pilot and trucks Die-cast metal tender body and


Sunday, October 28th, 2012

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Lionel 6-38080 Western Pacific GS-64 # 485 – TMCC – RS 5.0 – kgtrains

Friday, September 14th, 2012

Lionel 6-38080 Western Pacific GS-64 # 485 – TMCC – RS 5.0 – kgtrains This is another engine that I think is under rated by collectors. They have amazing details and are almost impossible to find. (they sold in very low numbers) Introduced in 1937, the Southern Pacific’s Daylight trains became some of the most heavily traveled routes in the country. Cars and locomotives received a brilliant livery of orange, red and silver. Streamlined, state of the art 4-8-4 locomotives dubbed the GS-2 class became the very first preferred power for these prestigious runs. A near copy of the GS-2 was produced again in 1943 for both the Southern Pacific and Western Pacific. These 4-8-4s were unstreamlined due to wartime material shortages. Whether classed GS-6 on the SP or GS-64 on the WP, the locomotives performed admirably in freight and passenger service. Both of these new scale-sized locomotives provide accurate replicas of two classic western steamers. With an open cab and 220-R tender, the Lionel GS-2 remains true to its prototype, the very first GS-2 Daylight, Southern Pacific #4410. An all-new set of Daylight 18″ aluminum passenger cars is also available. The Lionel GS-64 marks the first time that this classic Western Pacific steamer has ever been correctly modeled in die-cast metal O gauge. Although based on the GS-2 boiler and running gear, the GS-64 included many notable distinctions, such as an all-weather cab and 235-R tender. Both locomotives come fully equipped with the
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Lionel Sante Fe Command Crane & boom car with TMCC

Thursday, July 5th, 2012

Happy Easter train friends! I got a new addition to the PIR, and I had some fun with it in this video!!! 😀 This crane car is very fun to play with and operate. I’m using my legacy remote to control it, and I plan to make a video showing the way you use the Legacy remote to control everything. Enjoy the show and thanks as always to everyone for subscribing commenting, and viewing my videos! 🙂 Also thank you to Mike (skeley1)!!! please visit: Tags Lionel Command equipped TMCC crane car and boom railsounds norfolk southern genset vision line #300 pennsylvaina Pennsy PRR Conrail Cr layout train o scale o gauge table fastrack pittsburgh, display legacy mth dsc protosound 3.0 2.0 cab1 cab2 atsf

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