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Broadway Limited Imports

Broadway Limited Imports, LLC (BLI) designs and manufactures limited-run HO scale and N scale model railroad locomotives and rolling stock. BLI products, produced in extremely limited quantities, are equipped with Digital Command Control (DCC) decoders and the ability to reproduce the recorded sounds of actual trains.

The company was founded in 2001 by Anton Wenzel, Bob Zimet and Robert Grubba. In 2004, Grubba bought out the interest of his partners, moving the company to Ormond Beach, Florida the following year. On April 8, 2007, BLI combined their website with Precision Craft Models, Inc. The company expanded its offering in 2007 with the addition of its "Blueline" HO product line.

In 2009, the offered product line expanded again with the new Paragon2 line utilised an integrated DCC decoder that can be operated on DC track as well as DCC sound capability and steam generating units on many locomotives. In 2015 the company introduced Rolling Thunder, a system that transmits the low frequency bass sounds from a locomotive to a subwoofer located beneath the model train layout. The bass sounds play in synchronization with the audio as it plays through the on-board speakers housed in the locomotive.

In 2022 the new Paragon4 line was introduced. For N scale this has meant the inclusion of large surface mount capacitors that increased the run time 3 fold over Paragon 3. Customers should notice that their N scale models will now run on track that previously would have caused starting and stopping. BLI also implemented new design and testing procedures to dramatically improve electrical pickup in HO and N, so that Paragon4 models will run better and more reliably.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broadway_Limited_Imports and https://www.broadway-limited.com/whatisparagon4.aspx


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