General Electric’s “Dash 7� locomotive line was introduced as a replacement for the older “Universal-Series� of the 60s and early 70s. “Dash 7� series improvements included increased fuel efficiency, tractive effort and reliability. The B23-7 was a direct replacement for the 2,250HP U23B model. The first units were produced for Conrail in September, 1977 (ironically, 3 months
- Bi-directional red and green LED marker lamps that work in DCC and analog mode
- Improved slower speed motor for closer to scale speeds
- Directional classification lights
- Factory-equipped with AccuMate® knuckle couplers
- Painted safety rails
- Blackened metal wheels
- White LED headlights
The AC4400CW is an AC traction variation of its sister locomotive, the C44-9W “Dash 9.” Both locomotives share a similar body design, though the AC4400CW features a large box on the rear left of the operator cab where the inverter banks and traction circuitry can be found. These GE-built locomotives had bolsterless, low-weight
Item includes following coaches.
ABe8/12 3 car set with flywheel motor car (has directional head lights)
1 x 1st class panorama coach
1 x 2nc class panorama coach
ABe8/12 3 car set is as same as KATO 10-1273 Allegra with different road number and destination panel.
Title: C56 2-6-0 Steam Locomotive