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RailSounds™ and TrainMasterŽ Command Control
are registered trademarks of and licensed by Lionel, LLC.

COMPATIBLE WITH TMCC, LEGACY, DCS

 
 

MILWUAKEE ROAD
 EP-3 ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE
GREAT FOR PULLING THE HIAWATHA TRAIN
IN STOCK WHILE SUPPLIES LAST (JUST A FEW 2R and 3R)
 ONLY 45 2R and 55 3R Produced - 10 Engine Numbers

SEE THE 2 RAIL SAMPLE VIDEO

  • ABS Body, Brass Details and Pantograph
  • Diecast Truck for Precision Ball Bearing Action
  • Cab Interior, Illuminated Manual Working
  •  Pantographs ERR CRUISE in 3 Rail TMCC/
  • New OEM Railsounds ESU Loksound 5.0
  • DC/DCC / Sound in 2 Rail  Compatible with
  • Legacy, DCS, TMCC, Conventional Available in
  • 2R 48" Radius or 3R 072 3 Rail Track
The Milwaukee Road's class EP-3 comprised ten electric locomotives built in 1919 by Baldwin and Westinghouse. They were nicknamed Quills because of their use of a quill drive. They  were good haulers and well liked by engineers.

The "Quills" entered service between late 1919 and early 1921 and were assigned numbers 10300-10309. Assigned mainly to the Mountain Division, they were immediately popular with crews. They could easily pull trains exceeding design specifications at 70-80 mph. They didn't slip like the GE boxcabs and they were much smoother-riding than the bi-polars.

$1599.95 + $60 S&H (Use Any Credit Card)

 

2 RAIL 
 
3 RAIL

 

 


C&O Streamlined Hudson
and "The Chessie"

C&O HUDSONS - SOLD OUT

CHESSIE CAR RESERVATIONS OPEN

The No. 490 was constructed by the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway (C&O) in 1926. As one of the five F-19 4-6-2 "Pacific" locomotives built for the C&O, the No. 490 was used on passenger trains on the mainline east of Charlottesville and west of Clifton Forge. In 1930, the No. 490 was assigned to the "Sportsman," the premier C&O passenger train at the time. Later, the No. 490 was transferred to the "George Washington." The No. 490 and other 4-6-2s operated between the Cincinnati and Washington route until 1942 when the C&O replaced the "Pacifics" with new heavy Baldwin 4-8-4. The No. 490 and other 4-6-2s continued to run as secondary passenger trains during World War II. (B&O RAILROAD MUSEUM)


  










Southern Pacific S-12
0-6-0 Switcher

#1278 - Black
(JUST 3 3R LEFT)BUY NOW!!!

Built by the Sacramento Shops.
This 0-6-0 switcher was in full use during the steam era of Southern Pacific.
Many still remain today. Sunset Models is proud to announce this Southern Pacific S-12 Switcher.


  • All Brass Construction
  • Fully Detailed Backhead 
  • ERR CRUISE in 3 Rail
  • TMCC/ New OEM Railsounds
  • Compatible with Legacy, DCS, TMCC, Conventional Control in 3 Rail
  • Coil Couplers in 3 Rail
  • Available in 2R or 3R
  • 054 3 Rail Track, 48" Radius 2 Rail Track Compatible
  • Only 15 each produced in 2R and 3R, $1449.95 MSRP

 

Southern Pacific
S-12 Switcher
0-6-0

OFFERED
IN BLACK OR GREEN BOILER VERSIONS


 

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