Product Features and Details
Prototype: double header of heavy diesel locomotive Alco PA-1 of the US railway company Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR). Operating numbers 5752A and 5753A. Operating state around 1954.
Model: The locomotive comes with an mfx digital decoder and extensive sound functions +. 1 controlled high-performance drive in the A units. Driven by 2 axles. Adhesive tape. Depending on the direction of travel, changing top-of-the-line signal is operated conventionally, digital switchable. Side number plates illuminated. Lighting with maintenance-free warm-white light-emitting diodes (LED). On both ends short couplings in standard mounting shafts, in each case interchangeable with an imitation of an American clutch or a cover plate. Coupling imitation and cover panel. Minimum rolling radius 360 mm. Length over couplings approx. 47.2 cm.
- Double locomotive in metal version.
- Heavy machine with impressive traction.
- Two synchronously controlled high-performance drives.
- Digital decoder mfx +.