The 4-4-0 is one of the first steam locomotive wheel arrangements used on American railroads. Among its famous trains include "The General," a famous engine stolen during the Great Locomotive Chase of the Civil War, and both of the trains — the Central Pacific "Jupiter" and Union Pacific #119 — that met when the Transcontinental Railroad was completed in 1869.
This HO scale replica of a Baltimore & Ohio 4-4-0 is equipped for DCC & Sound and features a finely cast body, 16-bit polyphonic sound (including prototypical chuff, short and long whistles, bell, air pump, and steam and release blower), a realistic smoke stack and cattle catcher, see-through cab windows, a well-equipped interior, an accompanying rear tender with a simulated coal load, magnetically operated knuckle couplers, and RP25 metal wheels with added weight for smooth operation. Minimum radius of 18". Measures approximately 7¼" long.