|PENNSYLVANIA 44 Ton Powered. In 1937, new railroad regulations required two men to operate any locomotive weighing more than 90,000 pounds. Starting in 1940, GE built this miniature switcher to supply the railroads with the largest diesel that one man could operate.|
Over the years, 44 ton locomotives were built by many manufacturers, but GE sold the vast majority. Ours is a great entry-level item for you, your children, or grandchildren. Features include navigates 0-27 curves, 4 wheel power truck with traction tires, powered by a single powerful motor, all metal gears, powdered metal wheels, electronic 6-amp reverse board, True Blast II digital horn and bell, durable ABS plastic shell, die-cast trucks and truck sides, die-cast operating couplers, and dual headlights. Williams by Bachmann.
Length: 12.5 .
Height: 3.25 .