F 7, EMD | Gauge G - Article No. 20576

"Santa Fe" F7 A Unit Diesel Locomotive, Road Number 330

Prototype: At the end of the Forties the Electro Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors introduced this classic diesel electric locomotive. With its beautifully shaped bulldog nose and a performance of 1,500 hp the F7 was a favorite with both railroads and fans. Almost 2,400 F7 locomotives were built for many different American railroads, where they were used in freight and passenger service into the Seventies.

"Santa Fe" F7 A Unit Diesel Locomotive, Road Number 330
"Santa Fe" F7 A Unit Diesel Locomotive, Road Number 330

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Article No.20576
Gauge / Design type G /
KindDiesel Locomotives
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  • Product description

    Model: This detailed, weatherproof model has a rich array of features and the road number 330. It has the following: Engineer's cab doors that can be opened. Three-position operating mode selector switch. Two encapsulated gear drive units, each with a powerful motor, provide extraordinary pulling power. The locomotive has four axles powered, a traction tire, and 12 power pickups. It also has an MTS decoder, a built-in speaker (for use with an LGB B unit). The locomotive also has a voltage limiting system. The headlights change over with the direction of travel. Two multi-use sockets with a safeguard are included.
    Weight: 4,000 grams / 8 pounds 13 ounces.
    Length: 61 cm / 24".

    Also available is the appropriate "Santa Fe" B unit with sound, item no. 20586, and the "Santa-Fe" A unit, item no. 20577, so that you can make up a prototypical A-B-A unit.

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