Lionel 1931430 - Legacy J1a Steam Locomotive "Pennsylvania" #6434 w/ Bluetooth
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 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 flywheel Wireless Tether™ connection between locomotive and tender ElectroCoupler™ on rear of tender Directional lighting including operating headlight and back-up light on rear of tender Illuminated classification lights on the front of locomotive Traction tires Interior illumination in cab Die-cast metal locomotive body, pilot, and trucks Die-cast metal tender body and trucks High level of separately applied metal details Separately applied builder's plate Synchronized fan-driven smoke unit Adjustable smoke output Authentically detailed cab interior Cab "glass" windows Engineer and fireman figures
Looking for new power to help with the wartime crunch, the PRR was forced to look to proven designs on another road. Needing power suitable for both heavy grades of the Alleghenies and higher speeds on the flatlands of western lines, the Pennsy found their solution in the C&O T1. The Pennsylvania built 125 of their J1 and J1a classes in Altoona following the C&O design in 1942. Many say they were the finest freight power the railroad ever owned. Featuring LEGACY, Bluetooth and cylinder cock steam, these can be the pride of your roster too. No. 6500 is decorated as the locomotives were initially sketched, though this paint scheme was never applied to the J's.