NEW ROAD NAMES! O DASH 8-40B LOCOMOTIVE
Built in the late 1980's by GE,
the DASH 8-40B diesel locomotives were identified by their
dynamic brake gear located along the roof line between the cab
and engine compartment, with engine ventilation provided by
large roof-top grilles. These four-axle, high horsepower
engines are still in service today in North America.
Skillfully painted and crafted
with precision and detail, Atlas O's true 1/4" scale
models capture a bonanza of the DASH 8-40B locomotives'
features. Equipped with the latest version of the popular
Lionel TrainMaster Command and RailSounds 4.0 digital sound
system, Atlas O's new top-of-the-line locomotive will add a
"real-life" dimension to your railroad service.
Each Atlas O DASH 8-40B locomotive includes:
- Operating diesel
- Die-cast chassis, sill unit
and fuel tank
- Painted crew figures
- Separately-installed scale
- Metal grab irons
- Handrails with separate
stanchions, coupler cut bars, MU hoses, snowplow, shock
absorbers and piping on trucks
headlights and marker lights
- Simulated roof top beacon
motors with flywheels
- Weight: 6
lbs.; Length: Approx. 16"
TrainMaster Command Equipped
featuring RailSounds™ digital sound
system (including horn, bell diesel-roar
sounds, etc.); crew Talk (in command and
operates in both
conventional and command modes
- Die-cast electro-couplers
- Minimum diameter curve: O-36
insulated with 8-wheel pickup
- NMRA DCC
compatible scale couplers
numbers are available per road name.