F7 A-Unit | Gauge G - Article No. 20577

"Santa Fe" F7 A Unit Diesel Locomotive, Road Number 333

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.

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"Santa Fe" F7 A Unit Diesel Locomotive, Road Number 333
"Santa Fe" F7 A Unit Diesel Locomotive, Road Number 333

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Article No. 20577
Gauge / Design type G /
Kind Freight Cars
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  • Product description

    Model: This detailed, weatherproof model has a rich array of features and the road number 333. 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. 20576, so that you can make up a prototypical A-B-A unit.

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