Santa Fe 4-8-4 Northern #3759 with DCC & sound
The #3751 is the oldest surviving 4-8-4 steam locomotive. It was the thirteenth 4-8-4 out of 892 constructed for US railroads between 1926 and 1950. Presently, she is cared for by the San Bernardino Railroad Historical Society.
This model represents the #3751 as she looks now. Since their original construction in 1926, the 14 locomotives in the class went through several rebuildings, including changing the driver size from 73 inches to 80 inches, conversion from coal to oil firing, having the two sand domes replaced by one larger one and changing out the Elesco Feedwater Heater in favor of a more efficient Worthington system.
- NEW Paragon3 Sound & Operation System FEATURING ROLLING THUNDER™ with Authentic Sounds and Prototypical Operation in both DC and DCC environments
- Synchronized Puffing Smoke with each Chuff
- Variable Puffing Smoke Intensity and Timing
- Locomotive Composition: ABS Body with Die Cast Chassis
- Tender Composition: ABS Body with Die Cast Chassis
- Couplers: (2) Operating Kadee or Compatible
- Compatible Tracks: Code 83 and 100 Rail
- Equipped with Traction Tires
- Minimum Operating Radius: 22 in or greater
- Three separate interchangeable smoke stacks
Product Condition: New
Product Type: Model Train > Locomotive > Steam Locomotive > 4-8-4 Northern
Santa Fe (Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe)