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SOLD 8-2019 LGB #21181 D&RG #19 Mogul Steam Locomotive - Phoenix PB17 Digital Sound - BRAND NEW

BRAND NEW LGB #21181 Denver & Rio Grande Railroad #19 Mogul Steam Locomotive with brand new Phoenix Sound PB17 Digital Sound System custom installation by Old Dominion Railways-LGB Trains.   Comes with LGB Red Box with foam storage insert, LGB Owner's Manual, locomotive stickers, gold bell and flag poles packet, and Phoenix PB17 Owner's Manual.

Locomotive Features:  This locomotive operates on DC/Analog power;  seven-pole Buhler motor; three way on/off switch located on the back cab wall; smoke generator with small vile of smoke fluid; directional headlight; engineer figure in the cab; rubber traction tire on one wheel; tender has two sets of power pickup wheels for added electrical connectivity such as over track switches or dirty track.

Phoenix Sound PB17 Digital Sound Features:  Many large G scale hobbyists consider Phoenix Sound Decoders as the "gold standard" for quality locomotive sounds; Phoenix PB17 replaces and updates the PB11v.6 for DC/Analog powered decoders; the Phoenix sound decoder is installed in the tender including the 2 1/2 inch high quality Phoenix speaker;  most sounds play automatically based upon the train's speed, such as two whistle toots forward and three whistle toots reverse, and bells activates when starting and stopping; coupler crank plays when you stop in reverse; brake screech plays just before stopping; steam blow down and steam release plays when stopping; dynamo generator runs plays continually; air pump plays in idle; rod clank plays at slow speed; hiss plays at low speed; coal shoveling plays periodically at idle; injector plays periodically while engine at idle.  Additionally, I have installed an LGB 65012 Whistle/Bell Sound Activator (see photo) on the bottom of the tender's rear truck:  When the tender crosses over a track magnet placed on the track tie (right side), the crossing whistle will sound;  when the tender crosses over a magnet placed a track tie (left side), the bell will activate.  Four track magnets with removable poster tak are provided with the locomotive for activating the crossing whistle and bell on your layout.  The Phoenix sound system has a rechargeable battery connected to the sound board to provide power to the sound system when the locomotive first starts and continues to play steam sounds as described above for approximately 30 seconds after the locomotive stops.  There is a sound volume push lever under the tender and a data port connector for use in making optional sound adjustments to the decoder or updates to the sound file.......see the photo of the bottom of the tender to see these items plus the LGB Sound Activator on the rear truck.

   

Seller's 12 Months Warranty - New Locomotive:  If the llocomotive's LGB motor should fail within the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will repair/replace it at no cost to the buyer.  If the locomotive's LGB installed power/sound decoder system should need repair during the 12 months after the purchase date, the seller will attempt to repair it at no LABOR cost to the buyer........the buyer pays for repair parts and/or replacement decoder if required.  If the seller determines that the LGB decoder is defective and if LGB will replace it under their manufacturer warranty at no cost, then the buyer will not be charged for the cost of the replacement decoder.  Buyer pays for the locomotive shipping costs both to the seller and to return it back to the buyer.

FedEx Ground with full value insurance and Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage.    For Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured will generally be used.  International buyers will pay USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates based upon weight.  

$900

LGB 21252 FORNEY DSP&PRR STEAM LOCOMOTIVE WITH LGB DIGITAL SOUND SYSTEM - USED

EXCELLENT CONDITION - USED LGB 21252 Forney Steam Locomotive - Queen Mary Series - Roadname Denver South Park & Pacific Railroad - with LGB-factory-installed Digital Sound system that operates on DC/Analog power.  Excellent Condition:  I have inspected all electrical and mechanical elements; replaced gear grease in the motor block; cleaned wheels inside and out; oiled wheel axles and rods; thoroughly cleaned locomotive's exterior; installed new rubber traction tire.  Completed test of mechanical, electrical and sound operations on track and roller wheels.   This locomotive has very little use ...... note lack of wear on the locomotive's electrical slider shoes

  

Locomotive has directional lights and engineer cab light; operating smoke unit; and four-way on-off switch in the engineer's cab.  Comes with original LGB storage box and a copy of the LGB 21252 Owner's Instructions.  Sound volume is adjusted by the knob inside the rear water cover.......see photo.  The locomotive has good quality LGB sounds to include air pump, chuff, and two whistle blasts when starting forward or reverse; when coming to a stop, with the power stillslightly on, the steam air pump sounds will continue.  The locomotive also has installed a sound activation unit inside the motor block:  When the loco passes over a magnet affixed to the track ties, it will activate the whistle(right side) or the bell (left side).  Four track magnets seen in the last photo can be fastened to the track ties using the removable"poster-tak" adhesive are provided to the buyer with the locomotive. 

LGB Owner's Instructions - Other Sound Features:  The locomotive's sounds were recorded from a real locomotive and converted form analog sounds to digital data......when you operate the locomotive, the digital data is converted back to analog sounds.  The steam sounds are synochronized to match the rotation of the driving wheels, including steam sounds two strokes per wheel rotation; air pump sounds; standing sounds permanent low noise that continues 25 seconds after locomotive stops powered by recharable capacitors in sound system; during switching operations, no whistle sounds until air pump sequence has ended.  

  

SELLER'S 12 MONTH SERVICE WARRANTY - USED LOCOMOTIVE:  If the locomotive should need repair during the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will attempt to repair it at no LABOR cost to the buyer.......the buyer pays for repair parts such as a replacement sound board of buyer's choice (e.g., Piko or Massoth DC/DCC Power/Sound Decoder).  Buyer pays for the locomotive shipping costs to the seller for the repair service and to return it back to the buyer.

Shipping within USA byFedEx Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required toprotect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS ParcelSelect Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPSPriority Mail International shipping rates.

$600

BRAND NEW LGB #23130 OLOMANA STEAM LOCOMOTIVE DC/DCC SOUNDTRAXX POWER/SOUND - See and hear this locomotive operating in DCC power mode on the Home page video

BRAND-NEW LGB # 23130 Olomana Hawaii Sugarcane Plantation Steam Locomotive with installation of  a brand new Soundtraxx Tsunami2 TSU-4400 Steam Power/Sound Decoder programmed with "Heisler-type" locomotive whistle.  Marklin/LGB upgraded the original LGB 22130 Olomana model to this LGB 23130 version with standard motor gears in the engine block.  Amazing sounds and opeations from this little engine that is modeled after the actual Olomana locomotive built by Baldwin Locomotive Works PA in 1893 for a Hawaiian Sugar Plantation which later was restored in California and inspired Walt Disney to build a live steam railroad at Disneyland.  You can read more about the history of the Olomana locomotive at: 

http://www.maunalua.net/olomana-locomotive.html 

http://www.southerncalifornialivesteamers.com/show_tip.asp?ID=21

A Soundtraxx #810130 2 Watt 27mm Mega Bass Speaker (see photo) is installed that provides excellent sound quality inside engineer's cab left side.  An "on/off" mini-switch is also installed in the rear underside of the locomotive so you can operate it with the sound on or off.  All of the electronics (except speaker) have been installed in the locomotive's rear wood storage bin.......see photo.  Comes with the LGB storage box, LGB Owner's Instructions, Soundtraxx Instruction Card, and an extra rear coupler.  The headlight is programmed in the decoder to stay "on" in forward and reverse directions.  To improve stability and electrical connectivity of this small locomotive, I've installed additional lead weights into the front end with the existing LGB lead weight.  Note:  A Soundtraxx CurrentKeeper is a rechargable battery that plugs into the decoder that helps to power the locomotive over dirty track sections and/or track switch frogs..........if you don't want this feature installed, there's a $25 cost reduction for the locomotive ($600).  But if you use track switches on your layout, it's highly recommended that you get the CurrentKeeper, otherwise the locomotive may stall over track switches.

When you purchase this locomotive, please let me know whether you plan to operate it only in DC/Analog power, or only in DCC/Digital power, so I can program the Soundtraxx decoder properly before shipping it to you.

DC/Analog Power Operations:  The locomotive's steam sounds, dynamo, air pump, and chuff sounds are heard when standing and the moving forward and reverse.  I have also programmed the decoder with some automatic sounds:  The bell rings 14 times when the locomotive moves forward or reverse, and the Heisler-type locomotive "long whistle" blasts two times when moving forward, and the toot whistle will sound three times when the locomotive moves in reverse.  The headlight operates "on" in both forward and reverse directions.  Sound volume can be adjusted, and other automatic sounds can be added or changed by someone capable of programming the decoder's CVs per the Soundtraxx manuals using a DCC/Digital power system.  Even if you only use DC power to operate this loco, you can get someone with a DCC/Digital system to reprogram the CVs for the decoder's sound variations for you, e.g., there are 65 different whistle sounds built into the decoder, or the chuff rate (2, 3, 4, etc chuffs per wheel revolution), etc.  Or you can turn on/off some sounds, e.g., coal shoveling.  Additionally, the DC/Analog and DCC/Digital capabilities of this loco increase the value if you later resell the loco.

DCC/Digital Power Operations:  DCC/Digital Power Operations:  All the decoder's sound features can be changed using your DCC/Digital power system.   I have programmed the decoder with some automatic sounds:  The bell rings 14 times when the locomotive moves forward or reverse, and the Heisler-type locomotive "long whistle" will sound two blasts when the locomotives starts in the forward direction, and the short toot whistle will sound three times in the reverse direction.  Also, the brake sounds are programmed, and the cylinder cocks (piston steam release) will also sound for 10 seconds in either direction.  When the engine comes to a stop in either direction, one toot whistle will also be heard.  You can stop or add other automatic sounds built into this decoder.  Of course, you can manually control all the decoder's sounds with your handheld DCC controller.  The standard default controls are:  F0 = Headlight and Cab Light and dynamo start;  F1 = Bell; F2 = Whistle Blast; F3 = Short Whistle; F4 = Steam Release; F7 = Lights dimmer;  F8 = All Sounds Off; F9 = Grade Crossing Signal; F10 = Blowdown; F11 = Train Brake; F13 = Couple/Uncouple; F14 = Switching Mode; F15 = Wheel Chains; F16 = Water Stop........there are 27 function assignments built into this decoder.  The manuals explaining how to change the CV values for the decoder's sounds are available at the Soundtraxx Website:  Tsunami2 TSU-4400 for Steam #883005 "Steam User's Guide" and "Steam Technical Reference."  All manuals for programming the decoder's CVs are available on the Soundtraxx Website: http://www.soundtraxx.com/manuals.php

 

SELLER'S 12 MONTH WARRANTY - NEW LOCOMOTIVE: If the locomotive's installed Soundtraxx power/sound decoder system should need repair during the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will attempt to repair it at no LABOR cost to the buyer.......the buyer pays for repair parts and/or replacement decoder if required.  If the seller determines that the Soundtraxx decoder is defective and if Soundtraxx will repair or replace it under their manufacturer warranty at no cost, then the buyer will not be charged for the cost of the replacement decoder.  I also will also repair/replace the LGB motor at no cost to the buyer if it should fail during the 12 month period.......the LGB/Marklin warranty conditions and limitations on use must be met.  The Buyer pays for the locomotive shipping costs both to the seller for any repair service and to return it back to the buyer. 

 

Shipping within USA by FedEx Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.

$625

BRAND NEW LGB #23131 GRIZZLY FLATS "CHLOE" STEAM LOCOMOTIVE DC/DCC SOUNDTRAXX POWER/SOUND - See and hear this locomotive operating on DCC power on Home page or the full video on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPJpT2umZBM

BRAND-NEW LGB # 23131 Grizzly Flats "Chloe" Steam Locomotive with installation of  a brand-new Soundtraxx Tsunami2 TSU-4400 Steam Power/Sound Decoder programmed with Round Top Single-Chime "Peanut" locomotive whistle.   Amazing sounds from this little engine that is modeled after the Baldwin locomotive owned by Ward Kimball, Walt Disney's chief annimator, and operated on his Grizzly Flats backyard railroad in San Gabriel, CA.  Historical Background:  Chloe was built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1893 for a Hawaiian Sugar Plantation.........Ward Kimball and his friend, Gerald Best, bought two of these plantation locomotives in 1948 and then had them restored at the Grizzly Flats Railroad.  Gerald Best's locomotive was named the Olomana; Chloe was named after Kimball's daughter.  Walt Disney visited and operated both the Chloe and Olamana engines and his visits there inspired him to build the live steam railroad at Disneyland.  In 2002 Ward Kimball died but his family continued to operate Chloe until 2007 when they then donated it to the Orange Emprie Railroad Museum, Perris, CA.........the museum is currently raising money to restore Chloe and operate it on their excursion line.   You can find more historical information about the Chloe and Olomana Baldwin locomotives at the following Websites:  

 

 http://maunalua.net/olomana-locomotive.html

http://www.southerncalifornialivesteamers.com/show_tip.asp?ID=21 

  
Besides the cost of the LGB locomotive, LGB-LocomotivesPro (Old Dominion Railways) has installed $200 worth of electronics.  This includes the Soundtraxx Tsunami2 decoder ($155),  a Soundtraxx CurrentKeeper ($25) that powers the locomotive over dirty track sections or track switch "frogs", and a Soundtraxx #810130 2 Watt 27mm Mega Bass Speaker ($15) for excellent sound quality installed inside engineer's cab left side.  An "on/off" mini-switch is also installed in the rear underside of the locomotive so you can operate it with the sound on or off.   All of the electronics (except speaker) have been installed in the locomotive's rear wood storage bin.......see photo.  I've also added additional lead weights to the front of the locomotive to provide better operating stability and track electrical connectivity.  Comes with the LGB storage box, LGB Owner's Instructions, and Soundtraxx Instruction Card.  The headlight is programmed in the decoder to stay "on" in forward and reverse directions.

 

When you purchase this locomotive, please let me know whether you plan to operate it only in DC/Analog power, or only in DCC/Digital power, so I can program the Soundtraxx decoder properly before shipping it to you.


DC/Analog Power Operations:  The locomotive's steam sounds, dynamo, air pump, and chuff sounds are heard when standing and the moving forward and reverse.  I have also programmed the decoder with some automatic sounds:  The bell rings 14 times when the locomotive moves forward or reverse, and the "Peanut" locomotive whistle blasts two times when moving forward, and the toot whistle will sound three times when the locomotive moves in reverse.  The headlight operates "on" in both forward and reverse directions.  Sound volume can be adjusted, and other automatic sounds can be added or changed by someone capable of programming the decoder's CVs per the Soundtraxx manuals using a DCC/Digital power system.  Even if you only use DC power to operate this loco, you can get someone with a DCC/Digital system to reprogram the CVs for the decoder's sound variations for you, e.g., there are 65 different whistle sounds built into the decoder, or the chuff rate (2, 3, 4, etc chuffs per wheel revolution), etc.  Or you can turn on/off some sounds, e.g., coal shoveling.  Additionally, the DC/Analog and DCC/Digital capabilities of this loco increase the value if you later resell the loco.

 

DCC/Digital Power Operations:  All the decoder's sound features can be changed using a DCC/Digital power system.   I have programmed the decoder with some automatic sounds:  The bell rings 14 times when the locomotive moves forward or reverse, and the "Peanut" locomotive whistle blasts two times in forward direction, and the short toot whistles will sound three times when the locomotive moves reverse.  Also, the brake sounds are programmed, and the cylinder cocks (piston steam release)  will also sound for 10 seconds in either direction.   When the engine comes to a stop, one toot whistle will also sound, in either direction.  You can stop or add other automatic sounds built into this decoder.  Of course, you can manually control all the sounds with your handheld DCC controller.  The standard default controls are:  F0 = Headlight and Cab Light and dynamo start;  F1 = Bell; F2 = Full Whistle Blast; F3 = Short Whistle; F4 = Steam Release; F7 = Lights dimmer;  F8 = All Sounds Off; F9 = Full Whistle Grade Crossing Signal Blast; F10 = Blowdown; F11 = Train Brake; F13 = Couple/Uncouple; F14 = Switching Mode; F15 = Wheel Chains; F16 = Water Stop........there are 27 function assignments built into this decoder.  The manuals explaining how to change the CV values for the decoder's sounds are available at the Soundtraxx Website:  Tsunami2 TSU-4400 for Steam #883005 "Steam User's Guide" and "Steam Technical Reference."  All manuals for programming the decoder's CVs are available on the Soundtraxx Website: http://www.soundtraxx.com/manuals.php

 
SELLER'S 12 MONTH WARRANTY - NEW LOCOMOTIVE: If the locomotive's Soundtraxx installed power/sound decoder system should need repair during the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will attempt to repair it at no LABOR cost to the buyer.......the buyer pays for repair parts and/or replacement decoder if required.  If the seller determines that the Soundtraxx decoder is defective and if Soundtraxx will repair or replace it under their manufacturer warranty at no cost, then the buyer will not be charged for the cost of the replacement decoder.  I will also repair/replace the LGB motor at no cost to the seller if it should fail during the 12 month period if the standard LGB/Marklin warranty conditions and limitations on use are met.  The Buyer pays for both the locomotive shipping costs to the seller for the repair service and to return it back to the buyer.  

 

Shipping within USA by FedEx Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.

$625

BRAND NEW LGB #23131 GRIZZLY FLATS "CHLOE" STEAM LOCOMOTIVE DC Power - No Sound

Brand-New LGB # 23131 Grizzly Flats "Chloe" Steam Locomotive uses standard DC/Analog power 0 - 24 Volts.  Features:  LGB motor; directional headlight; engineer figure to be glued into the locomotive cab; owner's instruction manual; LGB box.

 

SELLER'S 12 MONTH WARRANTY - NEW LOCOMOTIVE: If the locomotive electrics or motor should fail during the 12 month period after the purchase date, Old Dominion Railways will repair/replace them at no cost to the buyer if the standard LGB/Marklin warranty conditions and limitations on use are met.  The Buyer pays for both the locomotive shipping costs to the seller for the repair service and to return it back to the buyer.  

 

Shipping within USA by FedEx Ground, UPS Ground or USPS with Full Value Insurance and Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, estimated to be $25 or less to most USA locations.   International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.

$355

LGB #32441 GRIZZLY FLATS "CHLOE" PASSENGER CAR SET METAL WHEELS

Brand-New LGB # 32441 Grizzly Flats passenger car set of two cars with metal wheels.  The paint and lettering are prototypical of the cars used by Ward on his Grizzly Flats railroad in California.  The Chloe and his trains cars were donated to the Orange Empire Railroad Museum.

 

Shipping within USA by FedEx Ground, UPS Ground or USPS with Full Value Insurance and Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.

$155

SOLD 8-2019 LGB 27253 FORNEY DC/DCC STEAM SOUND LOCOMOTIVE WITH NEW PIKO/SOUNDTRAXX DECODER INSTALLED - BRAND NEW

BRAND NEW LOCOMOTIVE:  AMAZING QUALITY SOUNDS!   LGB # 27253 Forney Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad Steam Locomotive.  We installed a brand new Piko #36220 3 Watt Audio Amp DC/DCC Digital Power and Steam Sound Decoder (chuff/whistle/bell and steam exhaust, air pump, dynamo, brake squeal, brake release, coal shoveling  sounds), directional headlight and taillight, smoke unit.  This Piko (Germany) decoder provides authentic full-featured digital steam sound......excellent quality power and sound system using a high quality Massoth (Gemany) 2 ¼ inch 3 Watt Loud Speaker.  SoundTraxx manufactures this decoder for Piko.  This locomotive can operate on either DC/Analog power or DCC/Digital or LGB MTS power.......the Piko decoder automatically detects the power source and operates the sound accordingly.  This locomotive has one traction tire and the rear truck axle has track power pickup wheels for added electrical connectivity.

Sound volume for both DC and DCC operations is controlled by a volume knob located under the water cover next to the coal bin……the sound can be turned off totally (see photo of control knob).  Comes with an LGB train engineer figure installed, a spare rubber traction tire, the LGB Locomotive Owner's Instructions and Piko DC/DCC Operating Instructions, including decoder CV adjustment values.  Other Locomotive Features:  There is a Master Power Switch in engineer’s cab for all power to the loco ON or OFF; this Piko DC/DCC digital power/sound decoder does not support a cab light nor power to the multi-purpose socket on the rear of the loco.

DC Power Sound Operations:  When slight power is applied, the dynamo generator, air pump, headlight, and smoke unit start…….the loco can be parked with these features on; applying additional power the loco starts movement forward, and the bell starts and whistle sound sounds two blasts and the chuff sounds; when coming to a stop the brake squeal sounds and the bell activates and whistle blasts one time, and the steam exhausts; after stopping with slight power still on, the dynamo and air pump continue to sound, and the headlight and smoke unit stay on…….neat feature!  Turning all power off, these features stop operating.  In reverse operation, the taillight comes on and the same sounds occur except that the whistle blasts three times when backing up.  The whistle and bell sounds can additionally be activated by the LGB sound function trigger installed on the rear axles' truck.  When the loco passes over a magnet affixed to the track ties, it will activate the highway crossing whistle (right side) or the bell (left side).  Four track magnets seen in the photos that can be fastened using the removable "poster-tak" adhesive are provided with the locomotive.  Note:  Use of track magnets are not required for DCC sound operations, but the decoder will activate the highway crossing whistle and/or bell if you want to use them in DCC operations.

DCC Digital Power sound operations:  All power and sound are controlled by your handheld DCC controller; Dynamo generator and lights on/off = F0; Bell on/off = F1; Whistle Crossing Blasts on/off = F2; Short Whistle Blast = F3; Steam Release (Hiss) = F4; Smoke Unit on/off = F6; Headlight Dimmer = F7; Sounds Mute = F8; Half Speed = F10; Brake Squeal = F11; Brake Release = F11 (when stopped).  The Piko instructions provide the full range of CVs (Configuration Variables) that can be programmed using your DCC equipment including three different whistle sound options.  For example, you can set up automatic sound functions for steam blow down, automatic bake release, automatic bell sound, automatic whistle sound that activate when you start and stop the locomotive movement just like during DC/analog power operations.

SELLER'S 12 MONTH WARRANTY - NEW LOCOMOTIVE:  If the locomotive's installed Piko power/sound decoder system should need repair during the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will attempt to repair it at no LABOR cost to the buyer.......the buyer pays for repair parts and/or replacement decoder if required.  If the seller determines that the Piko decoder is defective and if Piko will replace it under their manufacturer warranty at no cost, then the buyer will not be charged for the cost of the replacement decoder.  I will also provide for 12 months LGB/Marklin warranty coverage on the motor should it fail, to repair or replace it at no cost to the buyer, if the standard LGB/Marklin warranty conditions and limitations on use are met.  The buyer pays for the locomotive shipping costs both to the seller for the repair service and to return it back to the buyer.

    

Shipping within USA by FedEx or UPS Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.

$675

LGB 27253 FORNEY SANDY RIVER & RANGELEY LAKES RAILROAD STEAM LOCOMOTIVE - BRAND NEW (NO SOUND)

BRAND-NEW LGB # 27253 Forney Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad Steam Locomotive.  This locomotive was manufactured by Marklin/LGB in 2014 and is the last Forney-type locomotive they made.  It's unlikely you will find one of these as brand new and available for sale at any LGB train stores in the USA or Europe.   Features:  DC/Analog power (0-24 volts DC); Powerful motor; Directional headlight and taillight; Operating smoke unit; Four Position On/Off Mode of Operation Switch in Engineer Cab; Two traction tires; Rear truck power pickup wheels for added electrical connectivity.  Circuit board has a 28 Pin DCC Decoder Interface socket for converting to DC/DCC power using either an LGB 55028 or Massoth eMotion XL-M1 power decoder., or to DC/DCC power and sound using a Massoth XLS-M1 Sound Decoder.   Contact me if you'd like to also buy one of these Massoth decoders for your locomotive at discounted prices.    

 

SELLER'S 12 MONTH WARRANTY - NEW LOCOMOTIVE: Old Dominion Railways will provide 12 months warranty coverage on this locomotive's electronics and motor if the Marlkin/LGB warranty conditions and limitations on use are met.........if the locomotive should need repair during the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will attempt to repair it at no LABOR cost to the buyer.  The buyer pays for the locomotive shipping costs to the seller for the repair service and to return it back to the buyer.

Shipping within USA by FedEx Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.......I use a Massoth dealer in Germany to buy them.

  
Payment: PayPal, or let me know if you want to pay by your credit card through PayPal, then I will email you an invoice through PayPal.  For checks, the purchased item will not be shipped until the funds have been deposited from your bank account and confirmed in my bank account.  International buyers must use PayPal with Shipment via USPS Priority Mail International.

$550

SOLD 2-2019 LGB 21251 FORNEY STEAM LOCOMOTIVE DC POWER (NO SOUND SYSTEM) - BRAND NEW

Brand New LGB # 21251 Forney Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad Steam Locomotive operates on regular DC/Analog track power.  Forney steam "tank" locomotives were used on small narrow gauge railroads across America and on elevated urban line in New York and Chicago.  Tank locomotives carry their fuel and water behind the engineer's cab........no separate tenders were used.

  

Technical features:  Operating smoke generator; automatic directional headlight/rear light; engineer's cab light; electronic voltage stabilization; rear electrical socket; rear traction tire; rear truck power pickup wheels for added reliable electrical connectivity (four track power pickup points on each side).    

SELLER'S 12 MONTH WARRANTY - NEW LOCOMOTIVE:  If the locomotive's motor or electronic circuit board should fail within the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will repair/replace the motor and/or circuit board at no cost to the buyer, if the Marklin/LGB warranty conditions and limitations on use are met.  The buyer pays for both the locomotive shipping costs to the seller for the repair service and for returning it back to the buyer.

Shipping within USA by FedEx Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.

    

$525.00

SOLD 2-2019 LGB 25251 FORNEY RIO GRANDE STEAM LOCOMOTIVE DC POWER (NO SOUND SYSTEM) - BRAND NEW

Brand New LGB # 25251 Forney Rio Grande Railroad Steam Locomotive operates on regular DC/Analog track power.  Forney steam "tank" locomotives were used on small narrow gauge railroads across America and on elevated urban line in New York and Chicago.  Tank locomotives carry their fuel and water behind the engineer's cab........no separate tenders were used.

  

Technical features:  Interface for installing a DCC decoder on the circuit board; Operating smoke generator; automatic directional headlight/rear light; engineer's cab light; electronic voltage stabilization; rear electrical socket; two traction tires; rear truck power pickup wheels for added reliable electrical connectivity; four-way power control switch inside engineer's cab.    

SELLER'S 12 MONTH WARRANTY - :  If the locomotive's motor or electronic circuit board should fail within the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will repair/replace the motor and/or circuit board at no cost to the buyer, if the Marklin/LGB warranty conditions and limitations on use are met.  The buyer pays for both the locomotive shipping costs to the seller for the repair service and for returning it back to the buyer.

Shipping within USA by FedEx Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.

    

$525.00

SOLD 7-2019 LGB 20251 FORNEY DC/DCC STEAM SOUND LOCOMOTIVE WITH NEW PIKO DECODER INSTALLED - USED LIKE NEW CONDITION

PRE-OWNED:  EXCELLENT LIKE-NEW LOCOMOTIVE CONDITION - AMAZING QUALITY SOUNDS!   LGB # 20251 Forney Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad Steam Locomotive.  We installed a brand new Piko#36220 3 Watt Audio Amp DC/DCC Digital Power and Steam Sound Decoder (chuff/whistle/bell and steam exhaust, air pump, dynamo, brake squeal, brake release, coal shoveling  sounds), directional headlight and taillight, smoke unit.  This Piko (Germany) decoder provides authentic full-featured digital steam sound......excellent quality power and sound system using a high quality Massoth (Gemany) 2 ¼ inch 3 Watt Loud Speaker.  SoundTraxx manufactures this decoder for Piko.  This locomotive can operate on either DC/Analog power or DCC/Digital or LGB MTS power.......the Piko decoder automatically detects the power source and operates the sound accordingly.  This locomotive has one traction tire and the rear truck axle has track power pickup wheels for added electrical connectivity.  The grease for the internal motor gears has been removed and replaced with new replacement grease.

Sound volume for both DC and DCC operations is controlled by a volume knob located under the water cover next to the coal bin……the sound can be turned off totally (see photo of control knob).  Comes with an LGB train engineer figure installed, a spare rubber traction tire, the LGB Locomotive Owner's Instructions and Piko DC/DCC Operating Instructions, including decoder CV adjustment values.  Other Locomotive Features:  There is a Master Power Switch in engineer’s cab for all power to the loco ON or OFF; this Piko DC/DCC digital power/sound decoder does not support a cab light nor power to the multi-purpose socket on the rear of the loco.

DC Power Sound Operations:  When slight power is applied, the dynamo generator, air pump, headlight, and smoke unit start…….the loco can be parked with these features on; applying additional power the loco starts movement forward, and the bell starts and whistle sound sounds two blasts and the chuff sounds; when coming to a stop the brake squeal sounds and the bell activates and whistle blasts one time, and the steam exhausts; after stopping with slight power still on, the dynamo and air pump continue to sound, and the headlight and smoke unit stay on…….neat feature!  Turning all power off, these features stop operating.  In reverse operation, the taillight comes on and the same sounds occur except that the whistle blasts three times when backing up.  The whistle and bell sounds can additionally be activated by the LGB sound function trigger installed on the rear axles' truck (see photo):  When the loco passes over a magnet affixed to the track ties, it will activate the highway crossing whistle (right side) or the bell (left side).  Four track magnets seen in the photos that can be fastened using the removable "poster-tak" adhesive are provided with the locomotive.  Note:  Use of track magnets are not required for DCC sound operations, but the decoder will activate the highway crossing whistle and/or bell if you want to use them in DCC operations.

DCC Digital Power sound operations:  All power and sound are controlled by your handheld DCC controller; Dynamo generator and lights on/off = F0; Bell on/off = F1; Whistle Crossing Blasts on/off = F2; Short Whistle Blast = F3; Steam Release (Hiss) = F4; Smoke Unit on/off = F6; Headlight Dimmer = F7; Sounds Mute = F8; Half Speed = F10; Brake Squeal = F11; Brake Release = F11 (when stopped).  The Piko instructions provide the full range of CVs (Configuration Variables) that can be programmed using your DCC equipment including three different whistle sound options.  For example, you can set up automatic sound functions for steam blow down, automatic bake release, automatic bell sound, automatic whistle sound that activate when you start and stop the locomotive movement just like during DC/analog power operations.

12 MONTH WARRANTY:  If the locomotive's Piko installed power/sound decoder system should need repair during the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will attempt to repair it at no LABOR cost to the buyer.......the buyer pays for repair parts and/or replacement decoder if required.  If the seller determines that the Piko decoder is defective and if Piko will replace it under their manufacturer warranty at no cost, then the buyer will not be charged for the cost of the replacement decoder.  Buyer pays for the locomotive shipping costs to the seller for the repair service and to return it back to the buyer.

Shipping within USA by FedEx or UPS Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.

$625.00

SOLD 2-2019 BRAND NEW LGB 20251 FORNEY SANDY RIVER & RANGELEY LAKES RAILROAD STEAM LOCOMOTIVE - DC POWER (NO SOUND)

Brand New LGB # 20251 Forney Sandy River & Rangeley Lakes Railroad Steam Locomotive operates on regular DC/Analog track power.  Forney steam "tank" locomotives were used on small narrow gauge railroads across America and on elevated urban line in New York and Chicago.  Tank locomotives carry their fuel and water behind the engineer's cab........no separate tenders were used.

  

Technical features:  24 karat gold plating on lanterns, bell, handrails and whistle; moveable couplers front and rear; window frames printed with wood pattern; powerful sevenpole Buhler motor; operating smoke generator; automatic directional headlight/rear light; engineer's cab light; electronic voltage stabilization; rear electrical socket; wheel traction tire; rear truck power pickup wheels for added electrical connectivity.   Comes with the LGB Owner's Instructions pamphlet and LGB storage box.

SELLER'S 12 MONTH WARRANTY - NEW LOCOMOTIVE:  If the locomotive's LGB motor should fail within the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will repair/replace the motor at no cost to the buyer if the Marklin/LGB warranty conditions and limitations are met.  If the locomotive's electrical circuit board should fail during the same 12 month period, the seller will repair/replace it at no labor cost to the buyer.......the buyer pays for replacement parts, if required.  The buyer pays for the locomotive shipping costs both to the seller for any repair service and for returning it back to the buyer.

Shipping within USA by FedEx Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.

$525.00

SOLD 12-2018 LGB 21881 Uintah Railway Company #50 Steam Locomotive DC Power (No Sound) - Brand New

LGB # 21881 Uintah Railway Company Steam #50 Locomotive operates on regular DC/Analog power.  

This "Articulated Mallet" Steam Locomotive was built in the high mountains on the border between Colorado and Utah.  It was originally established to haul gilsonite, a solid hydroncarbon ore, out of the Uintah Basin.  In the 1920's the Baldwin Locomotive Works built two of these massive 2-6-6-2 locomotives, numbered 50 and 51, for the railway.  Tank locomotives carry their fuel and water behind the engineer's cab........no separate tenders were used.

  

Technical features:  Two seven-pole Buehler motors; Six powered axles (three per motor); Wheel Traction Tire; Operating smoke generator; automatic directional headlight; engineer's cab light; electronic voltage stabilization; rear electrical socket; opening cab doors; four-way control switch in the cab. 

  

SELLER'S 12 MONTH WARRANTY - NEW LOCOMOTIVE:  If one of the locomotive's LGB motors should fail within the 12 month period after the purchase date, the seller will repair/replace the motor at no cost to the buyer if the Marklin/LGB warranty conditions and limitations are met.  If the locomotive's electrical circuit board should fail during the same 12 month period, the seller will repair/replace it at no labor cost to the buyer.......the buyer pays for replacement parts, if required.  The buyer pays for the locomotive shipping costs both to the seller for the repair service and for returning it back to the buyer.

Shipping within USA by FedEx Ground with Full Value Insurance with Signature Receipt Required to protect the shipment from loss or damage, except Alaska and Hawaii USPS Parcel Select Insured is cheaper.  International buyers will pay for USPS Priority Mail International shipping rates.  

 

$950.00

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