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Superliner Lounge Car Amtrak Phase III 33010...Prototype Information: The Superliner I fleet was built in 1979 by Pullman Standard.... Amtrak's Superliners were based on the famous Budd built Hi-Levels operated by the Santa Fe railroad, for their El Capitan all-coach train. Amtrak passenger trains can run with a variety of car combinations, including lounge cars, dining cars, and sleepers on longer distance trains, with shorter trains running mostly coaches with perhaps a dining car and a coach/baggage car. Amtrak Superlines run all over the country (with the exception of the northeast corridor, where high roofs and low tunnel cielings pose a dangerous combination)....Model Features: Perfectly suited to be pulled by Kato's EMD F40PH locomotives. All details factory installed Metal weights give prototypical heft and momentum. Optional included Kinematic couplers allow prototypical close coupling while still navigating tight radii. Passenger cars have full interior detailing and can be lit with optional MTW pt KA-7-503 Interior lighting kit. Passenger cars have tinted, flush windows. Free rolling, detailed trucks with rotating bearing caps and shock absorber construction . Crisp, elegant detailing . Read More

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== Key Features == / / * Heritage units will be specially painted with their unique paint schemes to honor their respective railro...ads / * Newly designed prototype-accurate bolsterless non-radial HTSC truck and five chime airhorn / * Exceptional and crisp Read More

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The SD70ACe is the latest in the line of EMD's 70 locomotives. The SD70ACe has been designed to fit the latest EPA standards and r...egulations, and sports 4300 horsepower. The Union Pacific has currently put in the largest purchase order for these units, and as a display of respect for the railroads it has incorporated, has produced six Heritage style painted locomotives with road numbers designated by the year they were merged into the UP. Model Features: Heritage units will be specially painted with their unique paint schemes to honor their respective railroads. Newly designed prototype-accurate bolsterless non-radial HTSC truck and five chime airhorn. Exceptional and crisp molding to accentuate the distinct angular lines of the nose and high dynamic brake. Powerful five-pole KATO motor with dual brass flywheels. Directional Headlight and illuminated, preprinted numberboards. Kato magnetic knuckle coupler. DCC Friendly mechanism ready for drop-in decoder installation. The Trainz SKU for this item is P11490390.Condition: Factory NewTCA Grade: C-9Operational Status: NewOriginal Box: YesManufacturer: KatoModel Number: 1768410Scale/Era: N ScaleModel Type: Diesel LocoRoad Name: Western PacificThe Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (M.S.R.P) for this item is $120.00. Read More

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Factory Direct - Usually Ships in 2-3 Business Days.The headliner of GE's 1993 freight locomotive line was the 6 motor, 4400hp C44...-9W "Dash 9." Slightly longer than its predecessors at 73 feet, 2 inches, the C44-9W used a new HiAd, bolsterless low-weight truck that was designed for better grip on the rails no matter the weather. A split cooling system lowered engine temperatures and fuel consumption as well, granting these locomotives a longer operation life and lower overhead costs. The Chicago & North Western railroad, long since incorporated into the Union Pacific, lives on to this day in the form of C44-9W #8646 and #8701, the last surviving locomotives still to bear their original C&NW colors. These two locomotives are a favorite of C&NW followers, and Kato is proud to announce their production in both N and HO Scales in a limited run to pay homage to these long-lasting locomotives. This locomotive features: DCC friendly mechanism, Directional headlights with illuminated ditchlights and numberboards, Powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheels, and Drop in DCC compatible with the Digitrax DN163K1B or Train Control Systems K1D4. The Trainz SKU for this item is P11490331.Condition: Factory NewTCA Grade: C-9Operational Status: NewOriginal Box: YesManufacturer: KatoModel Number: 176-3510Scale/Era: N ScaleModel Type: Diesel LocoRoad Name: BNSFThe Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (M.S.R.P) for this item is $110.00. Read More

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176-6026N P42 Amtrak Phase Vb #80Prototype Information:The General Electic P42 locomotive is also known as the "Genesis" locomotiv...e. The P42 is a modern 4200 horsepower passenger locomotive used across the United States and Canada. Amtrak's P42 has replaced the EMD F40PH in revenue service and today they are used throughout the United States and often operated in a mixed consist of Phase IV and Phase V schemes.Model Features:All locomotives will be equipped with body mounted KATO magnetic knuckle couplersLocomotives feature directional Golden White LED headlights and illuminated preprinted numberboardsLocomotives have a powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheelsLocomotives are DCC friendlyDrop in DCC compatible with the Train Control Systems K0D8-A and Digitrax DN163K0A Read More

Kato
$84.99 at Amazon

35-6053HO Superliner Coach Amtrak Phase IVb #34086Prototype Information:The Superliner I fleet was built in 1979 by Pullman Standa...rd. Amtrak's Superliners were based on the famous Budd built Hi-Levels operated by the Santa Fe railroad, for their El Capitan all-coach train. Amtrak passenger trains can run with a variety of car combinations, including lounge cars, dining cars, and sleepers on longer distance trains, with shorter trains running mostly coaches with perhaps a dining car and a coach/baggage car. Amtrak Superlines run all over the country (with the exception of the northeast corridor, where high roofs and low tunnel cielings pose a dangerous combination).Model Information:Superior Detailing: All Kato Superliner cars and Material Handling Cars come with preinstalled detailing and thin railings. The passenger cars have complete upper and lower level interior detailing (which can be lit with the installation of an optional interior lighting kit 7-504), prototypical fluting on the exterior of the cars, and flush mounted and tinted windows. All cars have smooth rolling trucks with working bearing caps and shock absorber construction, and are weighted for a hefty feel and performance. The included Kinematic tight-lock couplers can be installed on both passenger and MHC's.Model Features:Perfectly suited to be pulled by Kato's EMD F40PH locomotivesAll details factory installedMetal weights give prototypical heft and momentumOptional included Kinematic couplers allow prototypical close coupling while still navigating tight radiiPassenger cars have full interior detailing and can be lit with optional 7-504 interior lighting kitPassenger cars have tinted, flush windowsDesigned to easily illuminate marker lights with optional light board #958046 (included with Coach, Sleeper, and Coach-Baggage)Free rolling, detailed trucks with rotating bearing caps and shock absorber constructionCrisp, elegant detailing Read More

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$68.16 at Amazon.com

Free rolling, detailed trucks with rotating bearing caps and shock-absorber construction Fully detailed interiors behind flush, ti...nted windows that can be illuminated by the Kato 7-504 Ver. 2 Interior Lighting Kit Optional included Kinematic couplers allow prototypical close coupling while still navigating tight radii All details factory installed Amtrak's most current paint scheme Read More

Kato
$59.35 at Amazon.com

35-6083HO Superliner Sleeper Amtrak Phase IVb #32032Prototype Information:The Superliner I fleet was built in 1979 by Pullman Stan...dard. Amtrak's Superliners were based on the famous Budd built Hi-Levels operated by the Santa Fe railroad, for their El Capitan all-coach train. Amtrak passenger trains can run with a variety of car combinations, including lounge cars, dining cars, and sleepers on longer distance trains, with shorter trains running mostly coaches with perhaps a dining car and a coach/baggage car. Amtrak Superlines run all over the country (with the exception of the northeast corridor, where high roofs and low tunnel cielings pose a dangerous combination).Model Information:Superior Detailing: All Kato Superliner cars and Material Handling Cars come with preinstalled detailing and thin railings. The passenger cars have complete upper and lower level interior detailing (which can be lit with the installation of an optional interior lighting kit 7-504), prototypical fluting on the exterior of the cars, and flush mounted and tinted windows. All cars have smooth rolling trucks with working bearing caps and shock absorber construction, and are weighted for a hefty feel and performance. The included Kinematic tight-lock couplers can be installed on both passenger and MHC's.Model Features:Perfectly suited to be pulled by Kato's EMD F40PH locomotivesAll details factory installedMetal weights give prototypical heft and momentumOptional included Kinematic couplers allow prototypical close coupling while still navigating tight radiiPassenger cars have full interior detailing and can be lit with optional 7-504 interior lighting kitPassenger cars have tinted, flush windowsDesigned to easily illuminate marker lights with optional light board #958046 (included with Coach, Sleeper, and Coach-Baggage)Free rolling, detailed trucks with rotating bearing caps and shock absorber constructionCrisp, elegant detailing Read More

Kato
$197.99 at Amazon

37-6101HO P42 Genesis Amtrak Phase Vb #68Prototype Information:The General Electic P42 locomotive is also known as the "Genesis" l...ocomotive. The P42 is a modern 4200 horsepower passenger locomotive used across the United States and Canada. Amtrak's P42 has replaced the EMD F40PH in revenue service and today they are used throughout the United States. Since their introduction, they have had a number of physical revisions to improve the ease of maintenance and parts replacements, including a bolt-on fiberglass nose panel (replacing the original's solid metal which was difficult to repair or replace) and a new headlight bezel that is more rounded than the previous square versions.Model Features:Perfectly suited to pull Kato's new production of Phase IVb Superliners.Directional headlights and tail lights on both the front and rear of the locomotive, allowing it to operate as both a standard pulling locomotive with double heading capability or a push-pull engine, whether oriented facing forward or back.Illuminated pre-printed numberboardsCapable of navigating minimum 370mm (14 3/5") radius curves (R1 radius in Europe), allowing the P42 to go where previous Kato locomotives have never been able to go before - dining room tables, coffee tables, spaces previously reserved exclusively for N scale!Brand new coreless truck-motor drive paired with a super-heavy solid metal body mechanism; doubling the number of motors while increasing the traction potential and weight for new standard of running smoothness and pulling power.Available with either Soundtraxx or ESU Loksound DCC and Sound pre-installed!This locomotive release will be unique from previous HO locomotives from Kato USA in that it will be using a brand new drive mechanism, described briefly in This video on the Kato USA Youtube channel (also accessible by clicking the image to the left).Primary features of the new mechanism will be the use of coreless truck-mounted motors, putting all Read More

Kato
$179.99 at Amazon

37-6582HO F40PH Amtrak Phase III #396 with Ditch LightsPrototype Information:The EMD F40PH is synonymous with the Amtrak era of Am...erican passenger trains. Although it has been retired from Amtrak service, it operated for over 20 years. It continues to be the motive power for commuter railroads all over the United States, including the Chicago Metra. Over 400 F40PH locomotives have been manufactured by EMD in various configurations.Model Features:Perfectly suited to pull Kato's Superliners or Bi-Level commuter carsDirectional headlightsDCC and Sound friendly with 8 pin plug and 1.1" (28mm) speaker openingIlluminated pre-printed numberboardsPowerful five pole motor with dual brass flywheelsAll wheel electrical pickup from scale 42" blackened metal wheelsDetail specific to each railroad, including ditch lights, cab air conditioners, fan height, headlight arrangement, pilot, rear platform, and cab roof arrangementAvailable Kato-Direct with DCC and Sound installedNOTE: Car number in picture may differ from the car number of this item. Read More

Kato
$109.99 at Amazon

176-5401N E5A Chicago Burlington & Quincy #9910A "Silver Speed"The EMD E5 has a distinctive raised angular radiator grill arrangem...ent on the roof that was specific for that locomotive.A special feature of the new Kato EMD E5A is that the front coupler cowling can be removed on both the skirted and un-skirted units in order to mount a Kato magnetic knuckle coupler - this allows modelers to double head these locomotives when pulling longer trains such as the California Zephyr!Another point of interest is that all E5's were custom built with stainless steel corrugated sides so as to match the CB&Q's stainless cars; a feature that gives these locomotives a noticeable shine ! Read More

Kato
$64.99 at Amazon

Kato HO Scale Pullman Bi-Level Coach Car Chicago Metra 7836 (New Road Number) New Body Style... Prototype Information: The Bi-Leve...l "Gallery" commuter car continues to be a favorite design of many commuter rail agencies throughout the United States and Canada. The design made its debut on the Chicago & North Western railroad for their Chicago area commuter service in the 1950s. The Chicago Metra Pullman Bi-Level car is fully featured with prototype smooth rolling trucks, full interiors and the distinctive green tinted windows of the Chicago commuter service. The body of the car itself is adorned in a two-tone silver painted layout that emulates the real car's mix of bare stainless steel (such as on the doors or the metal "METRA" ownership plate) and silver paint; unlike later cars such as the Nippon Sharyo bi-levels, the Pullman cars did not have stainless steel bodies and thus were painted to try and mimic the appearance of stainless cars. The HO Chicago Metra Bi-Level release from Kato USA comes in both Coach anc Cab-coach varieties; Each commuter train would have at least one cab-coach on its tail end for engineers to operate the train due to the unique "push-pull" operation in which these cars run where they are not turned around when they reach their destination. Model Features: Perfectly suited to be pulled by Kato's EMD F40PH Locomotives. Kinematic Knuckle Couplers and Shock Absorber construction for realistic movement. Interior detailing that can be enjoyed with Kato's HO interior lighting kits (KA-7-503). Prototypical green tinted windows. Read More

Kato
$197.99 at Amazon

The General Electic P42 locomotive is also known as the "Genesis" locomotive. The P42 is a modern 4200 horsepower passenger locomo...tive used across the United States and Canada. Amtrak's P42 has replaced the EMD F40PH in revenue service and today they are used throughout the United States. Since their introduction, they have had a number of physical revisions to improve the ease of maintenance and parts replacements, including a bolt-on fiberglass nose panel (replacing the original's solid metal which was difficult to repair or replace) and a new headlight bezel that is more rounded than the previous square versions. 2011 marked the 40th anniversary of Amtrak ? to commemorate this historic birthday, Amtrak has painted a number of its locomotives into a series of anniversary schemes, each taking design cues from a different paint and logo era from the railroad's history. P42 locomotive #156 is painted in a phase I heritage scheme, much like the original paint scheme worn by Amtrak E-units and carries the numbers 1971 and 2011 on its side. These heritage locomotives have been seen in attendance at National Train Day celebrations as well as other train related festivities all across the country and serve as a reminder of Amtrak's long history as America's railroad. Read More

Kato
$179.99 at Amazon

This is a ready to run HO scale scale AMTRAK locomotive with user to install included railings and hand grabs.

Kato
$89.99 at Amazon

The F-Unit is probably the most recognized diesel locomotive in North American history. It was found on railroads from East to Wes...t and North to South. Eastern railroads favored a "Single Headlight" version of the F3, while Western railroads favored a "Du Read More

Kato
$63.81 at Amazon.com

Baggage cars are a necessary part of any mid-to-long distance train as they provide room to store passenger luggage. Acquired by A...mtrak in the 70's, many of Amtrak's "heritage" baggage cars are older than Amtrak itself ? a tribute to their rugged construction and continued utility. This HO Baggage car is a brand new product from Kato USA, designed to accompany similarly painted available Amtrak Superliners in modelers long distance passenger trains. Sporting Kato's standard metal-like painted finish and Amtrak's most current (as of 2014) paint scheme, this Baggage car is a must have for any modern Amtrak modeler. Read More

Kato
$69.25 at Amazon.com

35-6053HO Superliner Coach Amtrak Phase IVb #34086Prototype Information:The Superliner I fleet was built in 1979 by Pullman Standa...rd. Amtrak's Superliners were based on the famous Budd built Hi-Levels operated by the Santa Fe railroad, for their El Capitan all-coach train. Amtrak passenger trains can run with a variety of car combinations, including lounge cars, dining cars, and sleepers on longer distance trains, with shorter trains running mostly coaches with perhaps a dining car and a coach/baggage car. Amtrak Superlines run all over the country (with the exception of the northeast corridor, where high roofs and low tunnel cielings pose a dangerous combination).Model Information:Superior Detailing: All Kato Superliner cars and Material Handling Cars come with preinstalled detailing and thin railings. The passenger cars have complete upper and lower level interior detailing (which can be lit with the installation of an optional interior lighting kit 7-504), prototypical fluting on the exterior of the cars, and flush mounted and tinted windows. All cars have smooth rolling trucks with working bearing caps and shock absorber construction, and are weighted for a hefty feel and performance. The included Kinematic tight-lock couplers can be installed on both passenger and MHC's.Model Features:Perfectly suited to be pulled by Kato's EMD F40PH locomotivesAll details factory installedMetal weights give prototypical heft and momentumOptional included Kinematic couplers allow prototypical close coupling while still navigating tight radiiPassenger cars have full interior detailing and can be lit with optional 7-504 interior lighting kitPassenger cars have tinted, flush windowsDesigned to easily illuminate marker lights with optional light board #958046 (included with Coach, Sleeper, and Coach-Baggage)Free rolling, detailed trucks with rotating bearing caps and shock absorber constructionCrisp, elegant detailing Read More

Kato
$63.81 at Amazon.com

Baggage cars are a necessary part of any mid-to-long distance train as they provide room to store passenger luggage. Acquired by A...mtrak in the 70's, many of Amtrak's "heritage" baggage cars are older than Amtrak itself ? a tribute to their rugged construction and continued utility. This HO Baggage car is a brand new product from Kato USA, designed to accompany similarly painted available Amtrak Superliners in modelers long distance passenger trains. Sporting Kato's standard metal-like painted finish and Amtrak's most current (as of 2014) paint scheme, this Baggage car is a must have for any modern Amtrak modeler. Read More

Kato
$39.99 at Amazon.com

Rolling wheels with real rubber tires with cut in tread Opening doors and hood with detailed interior and a diecast underbody Incl...udes a mirror-finish display base with a plastic dust cover Precision craftsmanship and exceptional scale details Read More

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$74.99 at Amazon

Kato HO Scale Pullman Bi-Level Cab-Coach Car Chicago Metra 8750 (This is a new Road Number) New Body Style... Prototype Informatio...n: The Bi-Level "Gallery" commuter car continues to be a favorite design of many commuter rail agencies throughout the United States and Canada. The design made its debut on the Chicago & North Western railroad for their Chicago area commuter service in the 1950s. The Chicago Metra Pullman Bi-Level car is fully featured with prototype smooth rolling trucks, full interiors and the distinctive green tinted windows of the Chicago commuter service. The body of the car itself is adorned in a two-tone silver painted layout that emulates the real car's mix of bare stainless steel (such as on the doors or the metal "METRA" ownership plate) and silver paint; unlike later cars such as the Nippon Sharyo bi-levels, the Pullman cars did not have stainless steel bodies and thus were painted to try and mimic the appearance of stainless cars. The HO Chicago Metra Bi-Level release from Kato USA comes in both Coach and Cab-coach varieties. Each commuter train would have at least one cab-coach on its tail end for engineers to operate the train due to the unique "push-pull" operation in which these cars run where they are not turned around when they reach their destination. Model Features: Perfectly suited to be pulled by Kato's EMD F40PH Locomotives. Kinematic Knuckle Couplers and Shock Absorber construction for realistic movement. Interior detailing that can be enjoyed with Kato's HO interior lighting kits (KA-7-503). Prototypical green tinted windows. Cab-Coaches are equipped with headlights lights which can be switched on and off. Lights will not work in DCC Requires a Hard Wire Accessory Decoder to be Added - Non-Kato. Read More

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KATO HO SCALE EMD F40PH LOCOMOTIVE CHICAGO METRA #137 "CITY OF WEST CHICAGO"... p PROTOTYPE INFORMATION: The EMD F40PH is synon...ymous with the Amtrak era of American passenger trains. Although it has been retired from Amtrak service, it operated for over 20 years. It continues to be the motive power for commuter railroads all over the United States, including the Chicago Metra. Over 400 F40PH locomotives have been manufactured by EMD in various configurations. MODEL FEATURES Perfectly suited to pull Kato's Bi-Level Commuter Cars. Directional headlights. DCC and Sound friendly with 8 pin plug and 1.1" (28mm) speaker opening Illuminated pre-printed numberboards . Powerful five pole motor with dual brass flywheels. All wheel electrical pickup from scale 42" blackened metal wheels. Detail specific to each railroad, including ditch lights, cab air conditioners, fan light, headlight arrangement, pilot, rear platform, and cab roof arrangement. INCLUDES Modeler installed detail parts Model Features: Perfectly suited to pull Kato's Superliners or Bi-Level commuter cars Directional headlights DCC and Sound friendly with 8 pin plug and 1.1" (28mm) speaker opening Illuminated pre-printed numberboards Powerful five pole motor with dual brass flywheels All wheel electrical pickup from scale 42" blackened metal wheels Detail specific to each railroad, including ditch lights, cab air conditioners, fan height, headlight arrangement, pilot, rear platform, and cab roof arrangement Available Kato-Direct with DCC and Sound installed Read More

Kato
$114.99 at Amazon

176-9007N F40PH Amtrak #396 with Ditch LightsPrototype Information:The EMD F40PH is synonymous with the Amtrak era of American pas...senger trains. Although it has been retired from Amtrak service, it operated for over 20 years and today it continues to be the motive power for commuter railroads such as VRE, MBTA, Caltrain, Metrolink, and Metra) and more all over the United States. Over 400 F40PH locomotives have been manufactured by EMD in various configurations.To support passenger service, the F40PH is equipped with a secondary electrical generator referred to as the head end generator (or HEP, for Head End Power). The need for constant constant frequency power means that these HEP units are constantly running at 900rpm, resulting in the nickname "Screamers" for the units due to the sound.Model Features:All locomotives are equipped with body mounted KATO magnetic knuckle couplers.Locomotives feature directional Golden White LED headlights and illuminated preprinted number boards.Locomotives are equipped with shock absorber construction for smooth and prototypical motion on the track.Locomotives have a powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheels.Additional alternate snow plow piece included for tight radius operation.New Commuter-version F40PH locomotives have retooled bodies with over-cab A/C units and illuminated ditch lightsDrop in DCC compatible with the Train Control Systems K0D8-C and Digitrax DN163K0D. Read More

Kato
$119.99 at Amazon

176-6021N GE P42 "Genesis" Amtrak 40th Anniversary Phase II #66Prototype Information:The General Electic P42 locomotive is also kn...own as the "Genesis" locomotive. The P42 is a modern 4200 horsepower passenger locomotive used across the United States and Canada. Amtrak's P42 has replaced the EMD F40PH in revenue service and today they are used throughout the United States and often operated in a mixed consist of Phase IV and Phase V schemes.Model Features:All locomotives will be equipped with body mounted KATO magnetic knuckle couplersLocomotives feature directional Golden White LED headlights and illuminated preprinted numberboardsLocomotives have a powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheelsLocomotives are DCC friendlyDrop in DCC compatible with the Train Control Systems K0D8-A and Digitrax DN163K0A Read More

Kato
$64.99 at Amazon

Kato HO Scale Pullman Bi-Level Coach Car Chicago Metra 7848 (New Road Number) New Body Style... Prototype Information: The Bi-Leve...l "Gallery" commuter car continues to be a favorite design of many commuter rail agencies throughout the United States and Canada. The design made its debut on the Chicago & North Western railroad for their Chicago area commuter service in the 1950s. The Chicago Metra Pullman Bi-Level car is fully featured with prototype smooth rolling trucks, full interiors and the distinctive green tinted windows of the Chicago commuter service. The body of the car itself is adorned in a two-tone silver painted layout that emulates the real car's mix of bare stainless steel (such as on the doors or the metal "METRA" ownership plate) and silver paint; unlike later cars such as the Nippon Sharyo bi-levels, the Pullman cars did not have stainless steel bodies and thus were painted to try and mimic the appearance of stainless cars. The HO Chicago Metra Bi-Level release from Kato USA comes in both Coach anc Cab-coach varieties; Each commuter train would have at least one cab-coach on its tail end for engineers to operate the train due to the unique "push-pull" operation in which these cars run where they are not turned around when they reach their destination. Model Features: Perfectly suited to be pulled by Kato's EMD F40PH Locomotives. Kinematic Knuckle Couplers and Shock Absorber construction for realistic movement. Interior detailing that can be enjoyed with Kato's HO interior lighting kits (KA-7-503). Prototypical green tinted windows. Read More

Kato
$79.99 at Amazon

35-6082HO Superliner Sleeper Amtrak Phase III Contains a dry transfer sheet with the following car numbers: 32004, 32015, 32022, 3...2038, 32044, 32063Prototype Information:The Superliner I fleet was built in 1979 by Pullman Standard. Amtrak's Superliners were based on the famous Budd built Hi-Levels operated by the Santa Fe railroad, for their El Capitan all-coach train. Amtrak passenger trains can run with a variety of car combinations, including lounge cars, dining cars, and sleepers on longer distance trains, with shorter trains running mostly coaches with perhaps a dining car and a coach/baggage car. Amtrak Superlines run all over the country (with the exception of the northeast corridor, where high roofs and low tunnel cielings pose a dangerous combination).Model Information:Superior Detailing: All Kato Superliner cars and Material Handling Cars come with preinstalled detailing and thin railings. The passenger cars have complete upper and lower level interior detailing (which can be lit with the installation of an optional interior lighting kit 7-504), prototypical fluting on the exterior of the cars, and flush mounted and tinted windows. All cars have smooth rolling trucks with working bearing caps and shock absorber construction, and are weighted for a hefty feel and performance. The included Kinematic tight-lock couplers can be installed on both passenger and MHC's.Model Features:Perfectly suited to be pulled by Kato's EMD F40PH locomotivesAll details factory installedMetal weights give prototypical heft and momentumOptional included Kinematic couplers allow prototypical close coupling while still navigating tight radiiPassenger cars have full interior detailing and can be lit with optional 7-504 interior lighting kitPassenger cars have tinted, flush windowsDesigned to easily illuminate marker lights with optional light board #958046 (included with Coach, Sleeper, and Coach-Baggage)Free rolling, detailed trucks with rota Read More

Kato
$144.99 at Amazon

PRR Units are designed to accompany the Kato Broadway Limited Blackened metal Pantographs Able to go through an 249mm (9 ?") radiu...s S-Curve Shock absorber construction gives even traction and performance, even on the roughest track Powerful mechanism able to pull a full 15 car Broadway Ltd. Consist up a 4% grade Illuminated + Directional Class lights, headlight, and number boards DCC Friendly mechanism, compatible with the specially designed DN163K1D or Train Control Systems K1D4-NC Read More

Kato
$148.99 at Amazon

The GG1, one of the PRR's most famous and recognizable locomotives, is also one of the most curiously designed. Technically two lo...comotives under one shell (a "G" class locomotive is a 4-6-0 by PRR specification, therefore the GG1 was two "G" locomotives in a 4-6-0:0-6-4 arrangement) - this added up to a 4.6k horsepower locomotive that was staggeringly powerful, even by today's standards. Designed in the 20's, built in 30's and not retired until the 80's, the GG1 had an incredible lifespan and survives today as a testament to its time in both its unique Loewy-design and overwhelming performance. The Tuscan Red five-stripe paint scheme was, for all intents and purposes, exactly the same as the more common Brunswick green "Modified Loewy" paint scheme, though obviously substituting a car-matching Tuscan red color for the darker Green paint. This paint scheme was introduced in 1952 and in the end was worn by 10 of the GG1s in service on the PRR. Read More

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$84.99 at Amazon

Baggage cars are a necessary part of any mid-to-long distance train as they provide room to store passenger luggage. Acquired by A...mtrak in the 70's, many of Amtrak's "heritage" baggage cars are older than Amtrak itself ? a tribute to their rugged construction and continued utility. This HO Baggage car is a brand new product from Kato USA, designed to accompany similarly painted available Amtrak Superliners in modelers long distance passenger trains. Sporting Kato's standard metal-like painted finish and Amtrak's most current (as of 2014) paint scheme, this Baggage car is a must have for any modern Amtrak modeler. Read More

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