Lionel 38426

CENTRAL OF GEORGIA 126 GP-7 DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE

 

One of the most significant railroads in the South, Central of Georgia Railway operations lasted for over one hundred years and served as a leader in the region's economic growth. In the early 1960s, Central of Georgia became a subsidiary of the Southern Railway, and Norfolk Southern in turn took ownership in 1982. Now available from Lionel, the highly-detailed LEGACYequipped GP-7 decorated in the authentic Central of Georgia paint scheme. Two scale powered units with unique road numbers are available, as well as a scale Central of Georgia caboose bearing the famous "Right Way" logo.
  • Features
  • LEGACY Control System
  • Odyssey II Speed Control with On/Off switch
  • LEGACY RailSounds sound system featuring
  • CrewTalk dialog and TowerCom announcements
  • Six official railroad speeds with CrewTalk
  • Eight diesel RPM levels
  • LEGACY "Real-Time Quilling Horn"
  • Single hit or continuous mechanical bell
  • ElectroCouplers
  • Dual powerful maintenance-free motors
  • Refined Conventional Transformer Control Mode with lower starting speeds
  • Traction tires
  • Fan-driven smoke unit
  • Adjustable smoke output
  • Directional lighting
  • Operating marker lights
  • Illuminated number boards
  • Illuminated cab interior
  • Die-cast metal trucks, pilot, and fuel tank
  • Metal frame
  • Engineer and fireman figures
  • Locomotive Road Number: 126
  • Gauge: Standard O
  • Dimensions: Length: 14.25"
  • RailLine: Central of Georgia
  • Minimum Curve: O-31
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