Atlas C420 Silver Delaware & Hudson 212 HO DC

Atlas  C420 Silver Delaware & Hudson 212 HO DC
Brand: Atlas
Product Code: 1000111
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Price: ₹17,500.00
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This is Atlas HO Scale Ready-to-Run C420 Phase-1 High-Nose - Delaware & Hudson (ex-LIRR) #212. Features: •Newly redesigned AAR type B truck sideframes with optional bearing covers •Flat or step pilots used where appropriate •Long hood with or without dynamic brake detail used where appropriate •3,100 gallon fuel tank •Long Island Railroad units will feature correct air horn placement and include smoke deflectors for the long hood •Separately-applied scale detail parts include: windshield wipers, metal grab irons, coupler cut levers, multiple-unit hoses, train line hoses, fine scale handrails, drop steps, cab sun shades and more! •See through step detail on sill •Etched metal radiator walkway •Painted crew members •Factory-equipped with AccuMate knuckle couplers •Coupler pocket designed to accept AccuMate Proto-couplers •Five-pole skewed armature motor with dual flywheels for optimum performance at all speeds •Directional lighting with golden-white LEDs •NMRA 8-pin plug for DCC (Decoder-ready). Additional Information: This release of Atlas' C420 represents both low and high short hood phase 1 models. All low nose models on this run represent locomotives originally owned by Lehigh Valley. The LV C420s were transferred to Delaware & Hudson when Conrail was formed in 1976. LV 405 was later sold by the D&H but eventually returned to home territory in Scranton, PA and is now operating as Delaware-Lackawanna 405 in their attractive gray/white corporate scheme. All high short hood models on this run represent locomotives originally owned by the Long Island RR. The Long Island models are decorated in the later MTA blue & yellow paint scheme. When their lease expired in 1976, LI's phase 1 C420s were initially sent to storage on the Delaware & Hudson and Morristown & Erie railroads. Some were leased by the D&H for a short time in 1977 and operated in patched LI blue & yellow paint. All were eventually sold to various railroads throughout North America. Canada is represented on this run by Roberval & Saguenay, a Quebec shor


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