A natural successor to the classic 4-4-0 steam engine, the 4-6-0 locomotives were manufactured in large numbers during the latter half of the 19th and early part of the 20th centuries. It is commonly referred to as the "Ten Wheeler."
Featuring a Pennsylvania paint scheme and markings, this HO scale model is DCC & Sound-equipped (including prototypical chuff, bell, air pump, steam release, blower, and short and long whistles in 16-bit polyphonic sound) and also comes with a finely cast body, a tender with a simulated coal load, an operating headlight, a realistic smoke unit, see-through cab windows, a well-equipped interior, a detailed undercarriage, magnetically operated knuckle couplers, and RP25 metal wheels with added weight for smooth operation. Minimum radius of 18". Measures approximately 7½" long with tender