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This sale is for a Original LGB Germany 2-6-6-2T Uintah Railway #20882 Locomotive, it was made in 1994. I has Electronic Digital Sound, Lighted Boiler inside the locomotive's cab, the Loco's Cab is lighted as well. There is not another LGB locomotive that sounds even half as nice as this one. When you first apply power to the loco or come to a stop and shut the power off it will continue to make sounds. It will do a blow off followed by a engineer shoveling coal into the blow furnace, and more & more sounds. Too many to remember, this loco is in absolute perfect condition all the way around. I has only 20 minutes or so of total track time, don't miss out this is a Very Hard to find #51 Black version.
Also don't buy one of the LGB China or Check Rep. Mallets, the number for that one is 21881 and any other loco made after 1999 or so.
I have listed below some more of the features this loco is equipped I combine shipping so feel free to check out all my other G Scale sales, also even though it is not shown in the pic's this loco has a 9 page Service Manual that comes with it. I will put the two original Sound Activating Magnets back in the box if the loco offers out for $670 or higher. This loco will be shipped through UPS Ground with full insurance and tracking, the shipping is higher because it costs $8 dollars just in insurance wich I require. This is already added into the shipping price. Thanks and Happy offerding!
Oversea's buyer's please email me for a shipping quote!
This big LGB model is an authentic replica of the original No. 51. The model features two power units that enable the massive model to negotiate even the tightest radius of LGB track. LGB digital electronics reproduce the actual sounds of a real steam loco, including exhaust chuffs, coal shoveling, brake squeals and more. There´s even a flickering flame in the fire box.
LGB 20882 Uintah Locomotive with electronic sound. This locomotive features digital electronic sound (samples were recorded from real locomotives), volume control under removable steam dome, two seven-pole motors, six powered axles (three per motor), automatic directional lighting with one front lantern, lighted engineer’s cab with controls/engineer figure, 5-volt voltage stabilization circuit for lights/smoke generator, 4-way power control in the cab, and rear light socket. This is a prototype of an American engine. The Uintah Railway was built in the high mountains on the border between Colorado and Utah. In the 1920’s, the Baldwin Locomotive Works built this massive 2-6-6-2 loco&assigned the #51 to this beautiful steam loco. They were capable of handling the tight curves and steep grades of the railway.