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Atlas O 20032004 - Trainman - TMCC - DASH 8-40CW Locomotive "CSX" #7834

Atlas O 20032004 - Trainman - TMCC - DASH 8-40CW Locomotive "CSX" #7834

Atlas Model Railroad Company

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Product Specification:

  • Road Name: CSX
  • Road Number: 7834
  • System: 3-Rail
  • Product Line: Atlas O
  • Scale: O Scale
  • Estimated Release: 3rd Quarter 2017

Features:

  • Scale dimensions
  • Directional LED lighting
  • Santa Fe & BNSF locos feature a "Gull-Wing" cab
  • 3-Rail Conventional locos have horn and bell sounds
  • 2-Rail locomotives have fixed pilots, scale wheel sets and scale couplers
  • Separately-applied wire grab irons and handrail stanchions
  • Prototypical painting and lettering
  • Length: 17.5" without couplers, 18" over couplers
  • Weight: 5 lbs.
  • Minimum diameter curve: O-36 (3-Rail)
  • New truck design with single point lubrication for longer life with no disassembly required

TMCC Features:

  • Electric Railroad Co. “Cruise Commander” Technology
  • IMPROVED RailSounds™ digital sound system
  • LEGACY COMPATIBLE (100 Speed Steps)
  • Operating diesel exhaust unit
  • Electro-couplers
  • Lionel® TrainMaster Command Control
  • Exclusive oscillating ditch lights when horn is activated

3-Rail Conventional Features:

  • Operating Horn and Bell Sounds
  • Exclusive oscillating ditch lights when horn is activated

    Overview:

    The 4,000hp Dash 8-40CW was produced by General Electric between 1989 and 1993 as a follow-up to the successful Dash 8-40C locomotive. The most distinguishing feature of this model was the introduction of GE’s version of the wide-nose “North American Safety Cab.” This style of cab would become a common sight on railroads across the country. Four major railroads purchased the Dash 8-40CW in fairly large quantities, including Conrail, CSX, Santa Fe and Union Pacific. Most of these units are still in regular mainline and heavy-haul freight service today. Due to various mergers, they can also be seen operating for new owners Norfolk Southern and BNSF.


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