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MTH 4-6-0 New Jersey Camelback Steam Engine w/Proto

MTH 4-6-0 New Jersey Camelback Steam Engine w/Proto

Regular price $399.90 USD
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MTH 4-6-0 Camelback Steam Engine w/Proto.

Like new except for service and testing. New BCR installed. No need to ever change battery. See pictures for details. Includes original packaging, box and instructions.

Camelbacks feature a precision flywheel-equipped motor. The boiler and tender are finely detailed and are made out of die-cast metal. The chassis and running gear are also entirely metal. This Camelback represents the quality and detail that you have come to expect from MTH locomotives.


Equipped with Proto-Sound Digital Sound and Train Control System featuring Squeaking Brakes, Remote Controlled Proto-Coupler and Passenger Station Proto-Effect Sounds

Operating ProtoSmoke System

Die-cast boiler and tender

Spoked metal drivers

Metal handrails and decorative whistle

Precision flywheel equipped motor

Operating headlight

Operates on O-27 or greater curves

Detailed cab interior

Electronic whistle

Near scale dimensions

Length: 18"

Proto-Sound? Features:

Synchronized steam chuffing sound

Authentic steam whistle

Authentic steam bell

Air compressor pump and steam let-off sounds

Squeaking brakes

Randomly activated steam neutral sounds

Passenger station Proto-Effects sounds

Remote controlled engine sounds volume adjustment

Remote controlled engine lockout setting

Operates with any compatible AC transformer

Remote controlled die-cast metal Proto-Coupler

Camelbacks were steam engines that had their cabs at the middle of the boiler instead of the back. While many railroads had Camelbacks, it is the New Jersey Central that is probably best known for running them. For decades, Camelbacks pulled freight trains and even the famous Blue Comet passenger train along New Jersey's rails. When it comes to identifying steam locomotives, most people start counting wheels, but when railfans see a Camelback, they know right away what they are looking at.

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