6705 Pennsylvania E6 Steam Engine

$519.00

This is a HO scale Pennsylvania E6 4-4-2 steam engine. This engine features

Industry-leading Model Features:

Synchronized Puffing Smoke with Chuff Sound

Variable Puffing Smoke Intensity and timing

Integral DCC Decoder with Back EMF for Industry Best Slow Speed Operation in DC and DCC

Precision Drive Mechanism engineered for continuous heavy load towing and smooth slow speed operation

5-Pole Can Motor with Skew Wound Armature

Heavy Die Cast Boiler, Tender Body, and Chassis for Increased Tractive Effort

Premium Caliber Painting with Authentic Paint Scheme

Prototypical Light Operation with Separately Controllable Headlight, Reverse Light, Cab Light, Front Marker Lights, Rear Marker Lights

Factory-installed Engineer and Fireman Figures

Prototypically Accurate Models for Pre-war and Post-war Appearance

Many Separately Applied Details such as Handrails, Grab Irons, Ladders, Piping, Cab Glass, Whistle, Brass Bell, Markers, Numberboards, Air Tanks, and Many Others

Equipped with Rubber Traction Tires for Increased Pulling Power

Recommended Minimum Radius: 18 inches

Accurate Prototypical Sounds for the PRR E6s Atlantic Locomotives

 

ALL-NEW Paragon4 Sound & Control System

 

Operates in DC & DCC with improved DC speed control (use DCMaster for DC Sound)

Built-In capacitor pack to navigate imperfect track

Capacitor Pack automatically disabled on program track for full compatibility with JMRI Decoder Pro

Pro Lighting Mode offers individual control of all lights on model

Switcher Mode for precise low speed control.

Record & Play Operation – Records and plays back sounds and movements once or repeatedly for automatic operation

High Resolution Audio

Quillable Whistle for various whistle lengths and patterns

Choice of 3 selectable Horns

Alternate Whistle / Horn where applicable for locomotive with air horn and steam whistle – both the main whistle and alternate can be easily played

Adjustable bell ringing interval for faster or slower bell

Numerous user-mappable functions with available keys

Johnson Bar Sound at Direction Change

Multiple realistic passenger and crew sounds play on command

Grade Crossing Automatic Signal

Automatic Forward / Reverse Signal – When activated, stopping triggers and stop whistle toot. When moving forward from a stopped position, toots twice. When moving in reverse. toots three times.

Chuff sound intensity varies with load

Individually adjustable sound volumes for each effect

EZ Reset Button for quick return to factory default settings

The engine is made by Broadway Limited Imports in 2022.

1 in stock

Description

The PRR E6s was not the most numerous 4-4-2 “Atlantic” built by the railroad, but it was the final and most successful Atlantic on the PRR. The E6 was first designed in 1910, and in extensive testing, the E6 prototype consistently outperformed the K2. In 1912, the prototype was super-heated and also had her cylinders enlarged to 23″. The locomotive became the E6s, and the PRR built 80 E6s locomotives in 1914. Most of the engines were assigned to New York – Philadelphia – Washington passenger service. They were excellent locomotives, with several lasting until the end of steam on the PRR.

The most famous of the Pennsy’s Atlantics was #460. She was the last one constructed, but more importantly #460 became known as the “Lindbergh Special” after racing an airplane! On June 11, 1927, the film of Charles Lindbergh’s return to the US was rushed from Washington to New York City for media showings. The #460 was selected to carry the film by locomotive, and she pulled two cars behind her in which films of the Lone Eagle were being developed en route to NYC. #460 made the 216 mile trip in 175 minutes, at one time hitting 115 mph. Arriving with the film already developed, the locomotive won the race with the plane hands-down, and the PRR received considerable deserved publicity and acclaim. For a full history of this momentous event, we recommend visiting this site: http://paheritage.wpengine.com/article/lindbergh-engine-racing-time-pennsylvania-railroad-locomotive-no-460/

In this production, we are modeling pre-war and post-war versions of the E6s. The pre-war version is a model of #460 as she appeared in 1927. The pre-war models have a standard round headlight, clawfoot markers on the pilot and on the smokebox, a superheater damper on the smokebox, and will pull the 70P66 tender. The post-war models have the same standard round headlight, clawfoot markers on the pilot but not on the smokebox, a whistle shield on the firebox, a wind deflector at the rear of the cab roof, and no superheater damper on the smokebox. They will also pull the 70P66 tender. All of the models have die cast boilers and tender bodies, and come with our Paragon4 Sound/DC/DCC sound system with synchronized puffing smoke and integral GoPack capacitors.

Additional information

Weight 4.25 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 7 × 5 in

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