K2407-2943   Conrail 25th Anniversary GP38 w/Lionel RailSounds™, TMCC® & Electrocouplers Conrail
    $379.95 ea.    

Conrail Engine No. 2943, named Spirit of Conrail

This 25th Anniversary engine was released from the Pavonia Shops on March 19, 2001. In a stroke of bad luck, it was struck by a freight car in Morrisville PA less than a week later, bending the frame. It was sent to Norfolk Southern Juniata Shop for evaluation. Choose from a matching Bay Window Caboose or an N5C.

Catalog: 2002 1st Edition
Release Date: SOLD OUT

Engine Features
  •   15 1/2 inches long
  •   O Scale (1:48)
  •   Dual Vertical Motors with Flywheels
  •   Motor Driven Rotating Fans
  •   All Metal Operating Couplers
  •   Die Cast Trucks
  •   Accurately detailed trucks
  •   Metal Chassis, Grab Rails & Platform Railings
  •   Die Cast Fuel Tank, Steps & Pilot
  •   Fold-Down Drop Step at Both Ends
  •   Directional Headlights
  •   Illuminated Number Boards
  •   Operating Marker Lights
  •   Sliding Windows
  •   Interior Cab Detail
  •   Engineer Figure
  •   Stainless-Steel Metal Screens
  •   Adjustable Side Vents
  •   Two Brass Horns
  •   Brass Radio Antenna
  •   Lift Rings

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On November 14, 2009 06:12 AM, Anonymus wrote:

Once released, this locomotive correctly was equipped with dynamic brakes. There was also a non TMCC/RS version released to Conrail employees only, which externally was identical to the public version.

On July 15, 2010 08:28 PM, Mark Massa provided the following input:

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On July 15, 2010 08:29 PM, Mark Massa provided the following input:

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