Daylight Auxiliary Water Tank
With water stops fewer and farther between than during the heyday of steam, a former New York Central Mohawk tender was converted for use as an auxiliary tender for the American Freedom Train in 1975. The car wore two different paint schemes during the eastern travels of the train in 1975 and 1976 behind the former Reading T1. The same tender was later used behind the Chessie Steam Special and was also planned for the Conrail steam program which never materialized. Now you can add this important piece of the consist to your excursion trains! These tenders come complete with RailSounds which play additional crew dialog for before and after the day's excursion run as well as background sounds while in motion. Tenders also include a working rear light andElectroCoupler!
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- Die-cast metal body and trucks
- LEGACY control
- Rear ElectroCoupler
- Rear headlight
- Volume control and Max/Min switch
- LEGACY Railsounds featuring:
- Pre and post-run crew servicing dialog
- FreightSounds rolling motion sounds