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MTH O French Chaumont 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3488-2

MTH O French Chaumont 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3488-2
MTH O French Chaumont 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3488-2

MTH O French Chaumont 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3488-2
Die-Cast Boiler and Chassis. Real Tender Coal Load. Engineer and Fireman Figures. Metal Handrails and Decorative Whistle. NEM 340 Metal Wheels. (2) Hook & Chain Coupler Assemblies. NEM 362 Lenz Automatic Compatible Coupler. Operating Tender Back-up Light. Precision Flywheel Equipped Motor. Synchronized Puffing ProtoSmoke System. Locomotive Speed Control In Scale MPH Increments. Wireless Drawbar w/Close Coupling Option. 1:43.5 Scale Proportions. Proto-Scale 3-2 3-Rail/2-Rail Conversion Capable. Proto-Sound 3.0 With The Digital Command System Featuring: Quillable Whistle With Passenger Station Proto-Effects. Unit Measures:531mm X 98mm X 68mm. Operates On 45 Radius Curves Steam DCC Features. All Other Lights (On/Off). The 2-8-2 wheel arrangement – a 141 configuration according to the French who count axles rather than wheels – was the most common steam locomotive configuration to ride France’s rails. The most common was the 141R. But the 141P, the first steam engines designed by the DEL (office for development of steam engines) after that office was created in 1938 as part of the nationalization of the French railroads proved to be the best of the 141 designs. In an effort to reduce development and testing time, design engineers Chan and Chapelon refined the PLM railroad 141C-D-E’s design by utilizing higher boiler pressure, a longer smokebox and a reinforced frame and stoker. The new locomotive resulted in an initial order of 103 units in 1941 by SNCF, the French national railroad. That batch, due to the second World War and the subsequent invasion of France, was not completed until 1947. A second order of 215 engines was subsequently given to various French locomotive works. The last of the 318 141Ps were completed in 1952, the highest quantity of steam engines built according to a DEL design. Though the 141R was the most populous of the 2-8-2 mikado class found in France, the most powerful was the 318-strong 141P class. Boasting nearly 3,300 horsepower, the 141P was among the most efficient steam locomotives in the world thanks to their compound design. Burning 30% less fuel and using 40% less water than their 141R counterparts should have endeared them to the railroads’ accountants, but they were unable to compete with the 141R when it came to reliability attested by the fact that all 318 units were scrapped while the 141R remained in service until the end of the steam era in 1975. Interestingly, the more common 1,340 141R units were ordered and built from the shops of Lima Locomotive Works, American Locomotive Company, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Montreal Locomotive Works and the Canadian Locomotive company at a rate of nearly three locomotives per day. Sixteen of the 141R’s never made it to France, sinking in a violent storm off the coast of Newfoundland in 1947. A seventeenth unit was lost in Marseille Harbor. The 141P marks the third French locomotive to be released by M. Electric Trains following on the heels of the 231 Chapelon and Class 241A. Outfitted with Proto-Sound 3.0, the 141P can operate conventionally under AC or DC power or in command mode under DCC or DCS control. Equipped with high-quality digital sound, LED contant voltage lighting, hi-rail or fine scale wheels and synchronized puffing smoke timed to the drive wheels’ revolutions ensures that the 141P will be a favorite on any O scale model railroad. The item “MTH O French Chaumont 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3488-2″ is in sale since Wednesday, January 30, 2019. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Model Railroads & Trains\O Scale\Locomotives”. The seller is “sell_sa” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Power Supply: DC or AC
  • Material: Zinc Die-Cast Metal
  • Type: Steam Locomotive
  • Features: Smoke
  • MPN: 20-3488-2
  • Vehicle Type: Locomotive
  • Gauge: “O” Scale 2 Rail
  • Brand: MTH
  • Grading: C-10 Mint-Brand New
  • Control: Digital & Analog

MTH O French Chaumont 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3488-2

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MTH O French Le Mans 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3489-2

MTH O French Le Mans 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3489-2
MTH O French Le Mans 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3489-2

MTH O French Le Mans 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3489-2
Die-Cast Boiler and Chassis. Real Tender Coal Load. Engineer and Fireman Figures. Metal Handrails and Decorative Whistle. NEM 340 Metal Wheels. (2) Hook & Chain Coupler Assemblies. NEM 362 Lenz Automatic Compatible Coupler. Operating Tender Back-up Light. Precision Flywheel Equipped Motor. Synchronized Puffing ProtoSmoke System. Locomotive Speed Control In Scale MPH Increments. Wireless Drawbar w/Close Coupling Option. 1:43.5 Scale Proportions. Proto-Scale 3-2 3-Rail/2-Rail Conversion Capable. Proto-Sound 3.0 With The Digital Command System Featuring: Quillable Whistle With Passenger Station Proto-Effects. Unit Measures:531mm X 98mm X 68mm. Operates On 45 Radius Curves Steam DCC Features. All Other Lights (On/Off). The 2-8-2 wheel arrangement – a 141 configuration according to the French who count axles rather than wheels – was the most common steam locomotive configuration to ride France’s rails. The most common was the 141R. But the 141P, the first steam engines designed by the DEL (office for development of steam engines) after that office was created in 1938 as part of the nationalization of the French railroads proved to be the best of the 141 designs. In an effort to reduce development and testing time, design engineers Chan and Chapelon refined the PLM railroad 141C-D-E’s design by utilizing higher boiler pressure, a longer smokebox and a reinforced frame and stoker. The new locomotive resulted in an initial order of 103 units in 1941 by SNCF, the French national railroad. That batch, due to the second World War and the subsequent invasion of France, was not completed until 1947. A second order of 215 engines was subsequently given to various French locomotive works. The last of the 318 141Ps were completed in 1952, the highest quantity of steam engines built according to a DEL design. Though the 141R was the most populous of the 2-8-2 mikado class found in France, the most powerful was the 318-strong 141P class. Boasting nearly 3,300 horsepower, the 141P was among the most efficient steam locomotives in the world thanks to their compound design. Burning 30% less fuel and using 40% less water than their 141R counterparts should have endeared them to the railroads’ accountants, but they were unable to compete with the 141R when it came to reliability attested by the fact that all 318 units were scrapped while the 141R remained in service until the end of the steam era in 1975. Interestingly, the more common 1,340 141R units were ordered and built from the shops of Lima Locomotive Works, American Locomotive Company, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Montreal Locomotive Works and the Canadian Locomotive company at a rate of nearly three locomotives per day. Sixteen of the 141R’s never made it to France, sinking in a violent storm off the coast of Newfoundland in 1947. A seventeenth unit was lost in Marseille Harbor. The 141P marks the third French locomotive to be released by M. Electric Trains following on the heels of the 231 Chapelon and Class 241A. Outfitted with Proto-Sound 3.0, the 141P can operate conventionally under AC or DC power or in command mode under DCC or DCS control. Equipped with high-quality digital sound, LED contant voltage lighting, hi-rail or fine scale wheels and synchronized puffing smoke timed to the drive wheels’ revolutions ensures that the 141P will be a favorite on any O scale model railroad. The item “MTH O French Le Mans 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3489-2″ is in sale since Wednesday, January 30, 2019. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Model Railroads & Trains\O Scale\Locomotives”. The seller is “sell_sa” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Power Supply: DC or AC
  • Material: Zinc Die-Cast Metal
  • Type: Steam Locomotive
  • Features: Smoke
  • MPN: 20-3489-2
  • Vehicle Type: Locomotive
  • Gauge: “O” Scale 2 Rail
  • Brand: MTH
  • Grading: C-10 Mint-Brand New
  • Control: Digital & Analog

MTH O French Le Mans 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3489-2

MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2

MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2
MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2

MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2
Die-Cast Boiler and Chassis. Real Tender Coal Load. Engineer and Fireman Figures. Metal Handrails and Decorative Whistle. NEM 340 Metal Wheels. (2) Hook & Chain Coupler Assemblies. NEM 362 Lenz Automatic Compatible Coupler. Operating Tender Back-up Light. Precision Flywheel Equipped Motor. Synchronized Puffing ProtoSmoke System. Locomotive Speed Control In Scale MPH Increments. Wireless Drawbar w/Close Coupling Option. 1:43.5 Scale Proportions. Proto-Scale 3-2 3-Rail/2-Rail Conversion Capable. Proto-Sound 3.0 With The Digital Command System Featuring: Quillable Whistle With Passenger Station Proto-Effects. Unit Measures:531mm X 98mm X 68mm. Operates On 45 Radius Curves Steam DCC Features. All Other Lights (On/Off). The 2-8-2 wheel arrangement – a 141 configuration according to the French who count axles rather than wheels – was the most common steam locomotive configuration to ride France’s rails. The most common was the 141R. But the 141P, the first steam engines designed by the DEL (office for development of steam engines) after that office was created in 1938 as part of the nationalization of the French railroads proved to be the best of the 141 designs. In an effort to reduce development and testing time, design engineers Chan and Chapelon refined the PLM railroad 141C-D-E’s design by utilizing higher boiler pressure, a longer smokebox and a reinforced frame and stoker. The new locomotive resulted in an initial order of 103 units in 1941 by SNCF, the French national railroad. That batch, due to the second World War and the subsequent invasion of France, was not completed until 1947. A second order of 215 engines was subsequently given to various French locomotive works. The last of the 318 141Ps were completed in 1952, the highest quantity of steam engines built according to a DEL design. Though the 141R was the most populous of the 2-8-2 mikado class found in France, the most powerful was the 318-strong 141P class. Boasting nearly 3,300 horsepower, the 141P was among the most efficient steam locomotives in the world thanks to their compound design. Burning 30% less fuel and using 40% less water than their 141R counterparts should have endeared them to the railroads’ accountants, but they were unable to compete with the 141R when it came to reliability attested by the fact that all 318 units were scrapped while the 141R remained in service until the end of the steam era in 1975. Interestingly, the more common 1,340 141R units were ordered and built from the shops of Lima Locomotive Works, American Locomotive Company, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Montreal Locomotive Works and the Canadian Locomotive company at a rate of nearly three locomotives per day. Sixteen of the 141R’s never made it to France, sinking in a violent storm off the coast of Newfoundland in 1947. A seventeenth unit was lost in Marseille Harbor. The 141P marks the third French locomotive to be released by M. Electric Trains following on the heels of the 231 Chapelon and Class 241A. Outfitted with Proto-Sound 3.0, the 141P can operate conventionally under AC or DC power or in command mode under DCC or DCS control. Equipped with high-quality digital sound, LED contant voltage lighting, hi-rail or fine scale wheels and synchronized puffing smoke timed to the drive wheels’ revolutions ensures that the 141P will be a favorite on any O scale model railroad. The item “MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2″ is in sale since Thursday, January 17, 2019. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Model Railroads & Trains\O Scale\Locomotives”. The seller is “sell_sa” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Power Supply: DC or AC
  • Material: Zinc Die-Cast Metal
  • Type: Steam Locomotive
  • Features: Smoke
  • MPN: 20-3487-2
  • Vehicle Type: Locomotive
  • Gauge: “O” Scale 2 Rail
  • Brand: MTH
  • Grading: C-10 Mint-Brand New
  • Control: Digital & Analog

MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2

MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2

MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2
MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2

MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2
Die-Cast Boiler and Chassis. Real Tender Coal Load. Engineer and Fireman Figures. Metal Handrails and Decorative Whistle. NEM 340 Metal Wheels. (2) Hook & Chain Coupler Assemblies. NEM 362 Lenz Automatic Compatible Coupler. Operating Tender Back-up Light. Precision Flywheel Equipped Motor. Synchronized Puffing ProtoSmoke System. Locomotive Speed Control In Scale MPH Increments. Wireless Drawbar w/Close Coupling Option. 1:43.5 Scale Proportions. Proto-Scale 3-2 3-Rail/2-Rail Conversion Capable. Proto-Sound 3.0 With The Digital Command System Featuring: Quillable Whistle With Passenger Station Proto-Effects. Unit Measures:531mm X 98mm X 68mm. Operates On 45 Radius Curves Steam DCC Features. All Other Lights (On/Off). The 2-8-2 wheel arrangement – a 141 configuration according to the French who count axles rather than wheels – was the most common steam locomotive configuration to ride France’s rails. The most common was the 141R. But the 141P, the first steam engines designed by the DEL (office for development of steam engines) after that office was created in 1938 as part of the nationalization of the French railroads proved to be the best of the 141 designs. In an effort to reduce development and testing time, design engineers Chan and Chapelon refined the PLM railroad 141C-D-E’s design by utilizing higher boiler pressure, a longer smokebox and a reinforced frame and stoker. The new locomotive resulted in an initial order of 103 units in 1941 by SNCF, the French national railroad. That batch, due to the second World War and the subsequent invasion of France, was not completed until 1947. A second order of 215 engines was subsequently given to various French locomotive works. The last of the 318 141Ps were completed in 1952, the highest quantity of steam engines built according to a DEL design. Though the 141R was the most populous of the 2-8-2 mikado class found in France, the most powerful was the 318-strong 141P class. Boasting nearly 3,300 horsepower, the 141P was among the most efficient steam locomotives in the world thanks to their compound design. Burning 30% less fuel and using 40% less water than their 141R counterparts should have endeared them to the railroads’ accountants, but they were unable to compete with the 141R when it came to reliability attested by the fact that all 318 units were scrapped while the 141R remained in service until the end of the steam era in 1975. Interestingly, the more common 1,340 141R units were ordered and built from the shops of Lima Locomotive Works, American Locomotive Company, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Montreal Locomotive Works and the Canadian Locomotive company at a rate of nearly three locomotives per day. Sixteen of the 141R’s never made it to France, sinking in a violent storm off the coast of Newfoundland in 1947. A seventeenth unit was lost in Marseille Harbor. The 141P marks the third French locomotive to be released by M. Electric Trains following on the heels of the 231 Chapelon and Class 241A. Outfitted with Proto-Sound 3.0, the 141P can operate conventionally under AC or DC power or in command mode under DCC or DCS control. Equipped with high-quality digital sound, LED contant voltage lighting, hi-rail or fine scale wheels and synchronized puffing smoke timed to the drive wheels’ revolutions ensures that the 141P will be a favorite on any O scale model railroad. The item “MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2″ is in sale since Monday, August 27, 2018. This item is in the category “Toys & Hobbies\Model Railroads & Trains\O Scale\Locomotives”. The seller is “sell_sa” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Power Supply: DC or AC
  • Material: Zinc Die-Cast Metal
  • Type: Steam Locomotive
  • Features: Smoke
  • MPN: 20-3487-2
  • Vehicle Type: Locomotive
  • Gauge: “O” Scale 2 Rail
  • Brand: MTH
  • Grading: C-10 Mint-Brand New
  • Control: Digital & Analog

MTH O French Argentan 141P 2 Rail NEM Scale Die-Cast Steam withDCC 20-3487-2