Bachmann 51472 N Scale 4-6-0 19th Century Steam Loco Baltimore & Ohio Thatcher Perkins 147 DCC Sound
The first steam locomotive to operate in North America with the 4-6-0 wheel arrangement entered service with the Philadelphia and Reading in 1847. More railroads would come to adopt the wheel arrangement in the following decades, finding greater tractive effort in the 4-6-0 than in the 4-4-0 predecessor. The Bachmann 19th Century 4-6-0 replicates these ornate early examples, coming equipped with Soundtraxx" Econami'" Sound Value" DCC. Sounds featured include authentic steam chuffs, short and long whistles, bell, air pumps, steam release, and blower.
- DCC Econami'" sound-equipped
- Dual-mode NMRA-compliant decoder for use on digital (DCC) or analog (DC) systems
- LED headlight with era-appropriate warm glow
- Wood or coal tender load per prototype
Note: Prototype shown for illustrative purposes.