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Lionel 1933041 - Legacy ALCO RS-11 "Depew Lancaster & Western" #1800

Lionel 1933041 - Legacy ALCO RS-11 "Depew Lancaster & Western" #1800

Lionel, LLC

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Product Specification:

  • Road Number: 1800
  • Gauge: O Gauge 
  • Scale Type: Scale
  • Brand: Lionel Trains
  • Power: Electric
  • Engine Type: Diesel
  • Min Curve: O31
  • Dimensions: 14 1/4"

This Lionel product was featured in the 2018 Signature Catalog Volume 2 on page 32-33 and delivery is expected 2nd Qtr 2019

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
  • Eight diesel RPM levels
  • LEGACY® "Real-Time Quilling Horn" control with instant response for realistic signature "quilling" and correctly timed warning signals
  • Single hit or continuous mechanical 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, refueling sound effects
  • Lighted cab interior
  • Die-cast metal trucks, pilot, and fuel tank
  • Metal frame
  • High levels of separately applied metal details
  • Engineer and conductor figures
  • IR Transmitter for SensorTrack™
  • Dual powerful maintenance-free motors with momentum flywheels
  • Electrocoupler™ on front and rear
  • Traction tires
  • Refined Conventional Transformer Control Mode with lower starting speeds
  • Fan-driven smoke unit
  • Adjustable smoke output
  • Directional lighting including LED headlights
  • Marker lights on front and rear
  • Illuminated number boards
  • Lighted cab interior
  • Die-cast metal trucks, pilot, and fuel tank
  • Metal frame
  • High levels of separately applied metal details
  • Engineer and conductor figures

    Overview:

    After pioneering the road-switcher design with the RS-1, ALCO sought to regain that market with the RS-11 in 1956. Despite better tractive effort and fuel economy than the GP9, the RS-11 struggled against the company's reputation for reliability. In spite of that reputation, a handful of surviving examples continue to prove the critics wrong today. With their distinctive look and sound, these ALCO's make a great addition to any roster.


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