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Model Power Metal 2-6-0 Mogul Steam Loco. Burlington Route (CB&Q).

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List Price: AU$ 421.84
Price: AU$ 279.00
185.98 USD 251.10 CAD
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This Model Power/MRC 2-6-0 Mogul was manufactured by Ajin in Korea. This 2017 new model is a considerable upgrade over the original 2006 version and includes factory installed DCC and Sound as standard.
Performance on this revised version is simply outstanding. The Loco runs smoothly and quietly at all throttle levels. Slow speed creep is impressive and the top-end speed is very reasonable. Internet reviews indicate that there are no pickup-related issues (stalling, stuttering, etc) and no wobbling, shimmying, or binding. Pulling power is strong and the model should comfortably handle 20+ assorted freight cars on level track.

This Locomotive is brand new and has never been run. It is in its original new "Level 1+ Quality" condition and has only been removed from it's box for photographs. The Original Manufacturers Retail Price was $269.98 USD and is offered here for much less.

Its Key features are:
• 5-Pole Mashima Motor
• Metal Boiler, Chassis, and Cylinders
• Separatley Applied Metal Handrails
• Golden White LED
• Fly-Wheel Drive
• Traction Tire Factory Installed
• Front/Rear Knuckle Couplers
• Axle Pin Tender Truck Pick-Ups
• LED Wiring To Tender
• 4-4-0 Pony Truck Pick-Up
• Extra Weight in Tender
• Available With Factory Installed DCC & Sound
Product ID 2600
Manufacturer Model Power
  ISBN 2600
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Prototype History:
Under the Whyte notation for the classification of steam locomotives, 2-6-0 represents the wheel arrangement of two leading wheels on one axle, usually in a leading truck, six powered and coupled driving wheels on three axles and no trailing wheels. This arrangement is commonly called a Mogul.
Although examples were built as early as 1852–53 by two Philadelphia manufacturers, Baldwin Locomotive Works and Norris Locomotive Works, these first examples had their leading axles mounted directly and rigidly on the frame of the locomotive rather than on a separate truck or bogie. On these early 2-6-0 locomotives, the leading axle was merely used to distribute the weight of the locomotive over a larger number of wheels. It was therefore essentially an 0-8-0 with an unpowered leading axle and the leading wheels did not serve the same purpose as, for example, the leading trucks of the 4-4-0 American or 4-6-0 Ten-Wheeler types which, at the time, had been in use for at least a decade.
It is likely that the locomotive class name derives from a locomotive named Mogul, built by Taunton Locomotive Manufacturing Company in 1866 for the Central Railroad of New Jersey. However, it has also been suggested that, in England, it derived from the engine of that name built by Neilson and Company for the Great Eastern Railway in 1879. From Wikipedia
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