The EMD F7 locomotive was produced between February 1949 and December 1953 by EMD. Although originally promoted as a freight-hauling unit by EMD, the F7 was also used in passenger service hauling such trains as the Santa Fe's El Capitan. Many F7s remained in service for decades, as railroads found them economical to operate and maintain. Now you can pull that high-speed passenger train or lug that long freight drag with Williams Baltimore and Ohio F7 A-powered/A-dummy Diesel Locomotive Set. Locomotive Features: 4 wheel power trucks with traction tires; Powered by dual motors; Flywheel coasting action; All metal gears; Electronic 6-amp reverse board; True Blast II digital horn and bell; Durable ABS plastic shell; Die-cast trucks, truck sides, and pilots; Front headlights; and Operating front couplers.
|A/A locomotive set length 27 inches, Height 4 inches.|