AC - Alternating current/Digital MFX, Digital sound - Mint - In original box
|Railroad company:||Pennsylvania Railroad|
|Power supply:||AC - Alternating current|
|Control:||Digital MFX, Digital sound|
|Packaging:||In original box|
The American GM-EMD Series F-7 locomotives are diesel-electric locomotives of the F series of manufacturer Electro-Motive Division (EMD), part of General Motors Diesel. The EMD F7 is the successor of the series GM-EMD F3 locomotives that were used by different railway companies in the USA but also in other countries such as Canada for instance. . The locomotives were originally intended for pulling freight trains, but was also used for pulling passenger trains such as the "Super Chief", "El Capitan" and the "Santa Fé".
The locomotive comes with a Digital decoder MFX and extensive sound functions.
Each A-unit has a motor and the B-unit has a built-in speaker.
Powered on 2 axles in each motorised unit. Traction tyres.
Headlights and illuminated number boards conventional in operation, and can be controlled digitally.
The sound effects generator has operational sounds of a diesel locomotive.
Fixed drawbar couplings between all locomotive units.
Snowplough included. This can be mounted separately. The length between the couplings is: 52 cm.
The locomotive has been tested and runs well.
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|Member since:||April 5, 2016|
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Ondanks het feit dat de trein niet meer werkt zou ik deze graag van U toegezonden willen hebben. Ik gebruik de treinen om in een vitrine te plaatsen en niet om mee te rijden.
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Spijkenisse (Zuid- Holland), Netherlands.
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