The full-scale General Electric P42 is also known as the “Genesis” locomotive, and is a modern 4200-horsepower passenger locomotive used across the United States and Canada. VIA Rail’s recent acquisition of P42 locomotives brought an attractive new paint scheme, designed to match new passenger cars acquired from Europe. Kato’s N-scale model features a popular white LED headlight, magnetic knuckle couplers, printed and lighted number boards, MU hose detail, a powerful five-pole motor with dual brass flywheels, DCC-friendly mechanism and more. It’s also equipped with all-wheel electrical pick-up and blackened metal wheels.
N P42, VIA/Renaissance #903
N SD40-2 BN/White Face #6770
HO RTR 53′ Highway Trailer, Werner #91059
N V1 Mainline Passing Siding Set
Amtrak 4-Car Set B – N scale Scheme: Phase II Coach #34062 Coach #34084 Sleeper #32056 Lounge #33007 Amtrak currently operates Superliner 1 and Superliner 2 cars. Delivery of the original Superliner 1 cars began in 1979 with the first cars operating on short runs originating in Seattle and Chicago. As more cars arrived, entire Superliner trainsets replaced trains on existing Western routes. The height of a Superliner generally precludes its operating in the Northeast because of tunnel clearance concerns. Kato’s models are based on the five Superliner 1 car types. They are: Coach-Baggage, Coach, Diner, Sleeper, and Lounge. These are our first Superliner car models to be decorated in Amtrak Phase II paint scheme. All cars are factory equipped with the Kato fully-automatic knuckle coupler and feature finely lettering with car number and other markings. Interiors of the cars can be lighted with the installation of 11-209 (single) or 11-210 (6-pack) lighting kits.
N F3A UP #1455
N F7A SF/WARBONNET
HO RTR 53′ Highway Trailer, Swift #10065
N Superliner Starter Set Amtrak
N Smooth Baggage Car Amtrak C (2)
N C44-9W, SP #8110