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Intermountain N 69734-01 DCC Ready EMD F7B Locomotive Amtrak AMTK #150

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Intermountain N 69734-01 DCC Ready EMD F7B Locomotive Amtrak AMTK #150

All are Ready-to-Run. Some details may be included for installation by the modeler.

Features of this model include:

  • LED lighting - All lights separately controllable on DCC units.
  • Upper nose MARS Light, where applicable;
  • Single headlight units, upper nose light acts as the headlight
  • Lower Headlight, where applicable
  • Illuminated number boards
  • Ditch Lights - DCC only;
    • No units factory equipped with ditch lights, however LEDs are provided for use by the modeler;
  • Wire & Etched metal details
  • Laser sharp painting and printing
  • Micro-Trains compatible couplers
  • Locomotives are available three ways: DC Only, DCC Non-Sound, & DCC with Sound
    • DC models equipped with a DC only circuit board and are DCC Ready.
    • Non-Sound equipped with an ESU LokPilot 5 DCC decoder.
    • Sound units equipped with an ESU LokSound 5 sound decoder. Real F7 locomotive recordings used for superior accuracy and quality.
  • Minimum Radius - 12 3/4".

**Lombard Hobbies Recommendation - As modelers ourselves we highly recommend ONLY running DCC on DCC systems and DC on DC systems, regardless of 'Dual-Mode' capability. This gives optimum performance and safeguards the unit from possible damage from running on a different system than originally intended and from any inexperienced operator errors.

Prototype History:

EMD produced the 1500 horsepower F7 locomotive between February 1949 and December 1953. The F7 was primarily a freight-hauling locomotive, however they were also used on passenger trains by some railroads. 2,393 F7A units were built and 1,463 F7B units were built. An EMD 16cyl 567B prime mover powered an EMD D-12 generator to provide the power to the four traction motors in the familiar Blomberg B trucks.

Don't model the original era of the F7? Many F7 locomotives were sold and are still in service today on shortlines and tourist railroads. It can still find a home on a modern layout.

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