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Lionel 6-85018 - Legacy SW7 Diesel Engine "Atlantic Coast Line" #648

Lionel 6-85018 - Legacy SW7 Diesel Engine "Atlantic Coast Line" #648

Lionel, LLC

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Product Specification:

  • Rail Line: Atlantic Coast Line
  • Road Number: 648
  • Gauge: O Gauge 
  • Scale Type: Scale
  • Power: Electric
  • Engine Type: Diesel
  • Min Curve: O31
  • Dimensions: 12.5"
  • Most Recent Catalog: 2018 C1 Big Book

Features:

  • LEGACY ® Control System equipped able to run in LEGACY ® Control mode, in TrainMaster Command Control mode, or in Conventional mode with a standard transformer
  • Bluetooth ® Control - Operate with Universal Remote or LionChief App
  • Odyssey ® II Speed Control
LEGACY ® RailSounds ® sound system featuring:
  • CrewTalk™ dialog and TowerCom™ announcements, each with different scenarios depending on whether the locomotive is in motion or stopped
  • Six official railroad speeds with CrewTalk dialog
  • DynaChuff™ synchronized with 32 levels of intensity as the locomotive gains speed
  • Eight diesel RPM levels
  • LEGACY ® "Real-Time Quilling Whistle" control with instant response for realistic signature "quilling" and correctly timed warning signals
  • Single hit or continuous bell sounds
  • Sequence Control: plays the sound effects of an entire trip, including warning sounds and announcements, based on the movement and speed of the locomotive
  • Current speed and fuel dialog, coal-loading sound effects
  • IR Transmitter works with LCS SensorTrack™
  • Powerful maintenance-free motor with momentum flywheels - single motor on SW7
  • Wireless Tether™ connection between locomotive and tender
  • ElectroCoupler™on rear
  • Directional lighting including LED headlights
  • Illuminated number boards
  • Traction tires
  • Die-cast metal trucks, pilot, and fuel tank
  • High levels of separately applied metal details
  • Fan-driven smoke unit
  • Adjustable smoke output
  • Refined Conventional Transformer Control
  • Mode with lower starting speeds
  • Engineer and Conductor figures
  • Marker lights on front and rear
  • Lighted cab interior
  • Die-cast frame
  • Fixed pilots
  • Easy conversion to scale couplers

Overview:

Introduced in 1949, the SW7 was the successor to the popular NW2 switcher. Used in yards, industries and even on branch and mainlines, the SW7s were an equally versatile locomotive. Like the prototype, Lionel's new model is built on the same frame and trucks as our NW2 with new tooling to capture the body changes on the SW series including the larger front radiator screen and smaller cab windows (where appropriate by road name.)


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