This is the authentic toy replica of a Baldwin 4-6-0 steam locomotive, one of mid-19th Century America's most popular models that operated on the Pennsylvania Railroad.
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This is the authentic toy replica of a Baldwin 4-6-0 steam locomotive, one of mid-19th Century America's most popular models that operated on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Identifiable by its two-axle (four wheels) leading truck and its three driving axles (six wheels), the first Baldwin 4-6-0 appeared in 1852 and eventually supplanted general-purpose locomotives for hauling fast freight and heavy passenger trains. Painted in Brunswick Green like its full-sized predecessor, this G-gauge locomotive and its accompanying coal tender pull both an interior-illuminated coach and observation car painted in Tuscan Red with gold paint replicating the distinctive gold-leaf lettering of earlier trains. The locomotive has a working headlight, generates smoke (includes smoke fluid), and makes the "chuffing" sound of a steam locomotive that increases or decreases proportional to its speed. The 20-piece track creates a 8'2" x 4'3" oval that surrounds even the fullest of Christmas trees, and it includes a speed controller and a power pack that plugs into AC. Passenger car lights and locomotive sound system require one 9-volt battery each. (10 lbs.)