Lionel Pennsylvania LEGACY Baldwin Centipede Single A-Unit (5 Stripe) #5821 6-34676
Product DescriptionSingle Baldwin “Centipede” Diesel Locomotive
In the mid-1940s, Baldwin Locomotive Works created a behemoth two-unit diesel prototype, the DR-12-8-1500/2, generating orders from the Pennsylvania, Union Pacific (but never received), Seaboard Air Line, and NdeM railroads. The Centipedes take their place as some of the largest diesel locomotives ever produced—and the most distinctive, with their iconic Baldwin “baby face” appearance.
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 Odyssey II Speed Control with ON/OFF switch 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 quilling and correctly timed warning signals - Single hit or continuous mechanical bell sounds IR Sensor equipped Front ElectroCoupler Two powerful maintenance-free motors with momentum flywheel per unit Refined Conventional Transformer Control mode with lower starting speeds Traction tires Two fan-driven smoke Adjustable smoke output Directional LED headlight Operating marker lights Illuminated number boards Die-cast metal body, trucks, pilot, and fuel tank Metal frame High level of separately applied metal details Engineer and conductor figures Road Number: 5821
Gauge: Standard O Scale
Dimensions: Length:23 1/2"
Minimum Curve: O-72