Lionel 18351

LIONEL NEW YORK CENTRAL S-1 ELECTRIC

 

The NYC S1 handled all NYC trains in and out of Grand Central Station in New York City from 1908 up into the Penn Central and Amtrack era
  • This type of loco is a first for Lionel in O-gauge. The last models were the Lionel Standard Gauge 402 and 408 in the 1930's, and the standard gauge reproductions done by MTH
  • Die-Cast metal locomotive body, frame and trucks
  • TrainMaster Command Control equipped
  • Odyssey System for speed control with ON/Off switch
  • Refined Conventional Transformer Control Mode with lower starting speeds and simplified Odyssey System controls
  • Improved RailSounds sound system with CrewTalk communication and TowerCom announcements
  • FatBoy speaker for the ultimate in sound reproduction
  • Powerful maintenance free motor with momentum flywheel
  • Directional lighting with operating headlight at each end of locomotive
  • Die cast metal locomotive body, frame and trucks
  • Manually operating metal pantographs
  • Dual Electrocouplers
  • Two traction tires
  • Cab window glass
  • Engineer figures
  • Minimum Track Radius 36 inches
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