Lionel 18375

LACKAWANNA TRAIN MASTER - A DELUXE LOCO IN EVERY RESPECT handrails, Die-cast metal pilots, fuel tanks, and trucks with a metal frame, builder's plates, Lighted number boards and cab interior
  • O gauge and will operates on any O gauge or fastrack layout with a Minimum Curve if 31 inches in diamerter
  • Length: 16 1/2 inches and is full scale in lenght
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  • The Lackawanna was the 1st railroad to purchase and operate the Fairbanks Morse Transmaster (in 1953). At 2400 horsepower they were the 1st high horsepower unit, were the most powerful loco ever, and had double the power of the F3's then in widespread use
  • They potentially and actually reduced by 1/2 the number of diesel units needed to haul a train <2 FM's replaced 4 F3's or FT's. (Purchase one or more 6-18376 non-powered units to simulate 2 or more locos operating together. Or purchase 2 powered locos - you can operate them together with TMCC - even uncoupling and coupling together while moving )
  • The Lionel model is one of Lionel's most powerful locos too. Equipped with TrainMaster Command Control (TMCC), it can be operated with the Lionel Handheld as well as with conventional transformer control. OTHER FEATURES INCUDE:
  • RailSounds 5.0 sound system with new intelligible CrewTalk dialog, more TowerCom announcements, and eight diesel RPM levels
  • Two ElectroCouplers let you uncouple and recouple the locomotive from a train anywhere on the layout without need for an uncoupling track, enabling you to perform any swithching morve of the real railrad anywhere and any time on your layout
  • Other feature include Directional Control of headlights, a pulsing Mars light, Operating radiator fans, Metal vent screens and handrails, Die-cast metal pilots, fuel tanks, and trucks with a metal frame, builder's plates, Lighted number boards and cab interior
  • O gauge and will operates on any O gauge or fastrack layout with a Minimum Curve if 31 inches in diamerter
  • Length: 16 1/2 inches and is full scale in lenght
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