First manufactured during the Great Depression, the EMC Gas Electric kept railroads in the passenger business through World War II. With a combine section and large passenger compartment in the locomotive itself, the Doodlebug provided extremely economical commuter and mainline service into the 1960s. When the railroads needed additional passenger capacity, they often added a trailer coach. Its efficiency made it popular throughout the United States and around the world. This Doodlebug and Trailer Coach is painted for the Baltimore & Ohio.
|Gas Electric Doodlebug features include: DCC equipped for speed, direction, and lighting (8-pin NMRA plug); 5-pole skew wound motor; Flywheel drive; Die-cast gear box; Die-cast chassis; Bronze bearing; Directional headlight; Lighted interior with seating details; Operating baggage doors on locomotive; E-Z Mate Mark II couplers; RP25 wheel contours; and Finescale detail parts.|
|72 Foot Trailer Coach features include: Full, lighted interior; All-wheel electrical pickup; Rubber diaphragms; Die-cast trucks; and E-Z Mate Mark II couplers.|Technical
|WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD! Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years of age.|
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