You'll receive the road number described though the road number pictured may be different. The prototype of this road number is on display at the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum, Strasburg PA. Paragon3 Sound & Control System with Rolling Thunder. Integral DCC Decoder with Back EMF for Industry Best Slow Speed Operation in DC and DCC.Motor Type: 5-Pole Can with Skewed Armature & Fly Wheels. Premium Caliber Painting with Authentic Paint Schemes. Prototypical Light Operation with Golden White LED Headlight and Reverse Light Jewel. Beautifully Detailed, Accurately Modeled Locomotive. Separately Applied Details such as brass bell, grab irons, and ladders.
Locomotive Composition: ABS plastic with Die Cast Chassis. Tender Composition: ABS plastic with Die Cast Chassis. Locomotive Length: 6.5 inches. Tender Length: 3.8 inches. Recommended Minimum Radius: 9.75 inches.
Operates in both DC & DCC (use DCMaster for DC sound). 1 alternate horn for locomotives with a second horn. 4 Times expanded autopilot storage. Expanded startup and shutdown sequences.
84dB signal to noise ratio. 24 sounds with separate volume control.
Unmatched frequency response as low as 20Hz when paired with Rolling Thunder subwoofer kit. 8 simultaneously playable audio channels. Functional dynamic brake with grid blower sounds.
Improved motor control in DC and DCC. Works with NMRA standard DCC controllers. Automatic dual mode: works with DC power packs or DCC. In 1930, the celebrated success of the M1 Mountain-type locomotives prompted the Pennsylvania Railroad to order 100 more locomotives of the 4-8-2 wheel arrangement. The new locomotives became the M1a class and had a longer wheelbase than the M1's due to the addition of the Worthington feedwater heater.
They also received new larger tenders, class 210F75, which became known as the coast-to-coast tenders. The first 50 M1a locomotives, #6700 - 6749, were built by Baldwin. The Juniata Shops, which became knows as the "Altoona Works, " built the next 25 M1a's numbered 6750 - 6774, and the remaining 25 M1a's were built by Lima and were numbered 6775 - 6799. Starting in 1946, 41 of the M1a's received further improvements by increasing the boiler pressure and adding circulators to the firebox. The improved M1a's became the M1b class.
The best way to tell them apart is to look for the circulators on the firebox just above the running boards. The circulators are those round objects in a diagonal line that look like wash-out plugs. The PRR M1a/b's were considered to be the finest of the PRR's steam locomotives. And in the end, they even hauled the heavy ore trains, which there were not originally intended to pull.
THIS ITEM IS NOT A TOY, MAY CONTAIN SMALL PARTS AND IS NOT DESIGNED NOR INTENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 14 YEARS OF AGE. Once paid, items cannot be combined. The item "Broadway Limited N Scale M1b 4-8-2 Steam PRR #6755 Strasburg DC DCC Sound 3642" is in sale since Sunday, December 10, 2017. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Model Railroads & Trains\N Scale\Locomotives". The seller is "jimstrns" and is located in Scranton, Pennsylvania.This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, Australia.