PIKO 38153 Halloween Hauler, Glow-in-the-Dark, R/C Starter Set w/Lights
PIKO 38153 Halloween Hauler, Glow-in-the-Dark, R/C Starter Set w/LightsThis Starter Set features an R/C track power controller and a wireless pocket remote with a range of up to 80 feet. This allows for easy wireless walk-around control of train speed and direction, as well as accessory power and emergency stop. This R/C controller can also operate other locos, with no loco modifications.|
1 x 25 Ton Diesel Loco
2 x Ore Cars
12 x 35211 R1 Circle of Track (Curve Track R1 1200 mm / 47.2’’)
1 x 35270 Track Power Clamp
1 x 35285 Track Clips, 14 pcs
1 x R/C Controller
1 x R/C Pocket Remote
1 x Safety-Approved 120 V Transformer 24 V DC / 45 VA
GE 25-Ton Diesel Electric locomotive with directional lights
Detailed graphics with glow-in-the-dark highlights
Locomotive with powerful 5-pole precision can-type motor with reliable gear drive on the front and rear axles.
Numerous molded-on and factory-applied details on locomotive and cars
Analog/DC track power set with R/C pocket remote controller
The controller includes Fixed DC Accessory Power
The R/C system has over 80' range with 8 Easily selectable channels
Locomotive with metal wheels, plus sliding pickup shoes for reliable electrical contact
Cars with heavy-duty hard plastic wheels for long-term use, indoors or out.
Hook and loop type couplers
Crisp and clean lettering and logo designs
Created with incredibly tough weather-resistant materials
Minimum recommended radius: 600mm / 23.6”
Made in Germany
The GE 25-Ton diesel locomotives are small, two-axle industrial diesel switching locomotives. They were procured by many railroads and shortlines in North America, starting before the Second World War, as American railroads began converting from steam to diesel power. General Electric started in 1938 with the construction of small diesel-electric locomotives.
From this point on, these compact locomotives were used on both standard and narrow-gauge lines for local switching service and operation in industrial plants. All GE-built 25-Ton locomotives had a Cummins 150 hp diesel engine turning a generator, which powered a traction motor on a single axle. The other axle was connected via chain-drive.
The locos were known for their excellent pulling power compared to their size and were popular with operating crews. The locomotives had a maximum speed of about 20 mph. Production lasted for decades with relatively little change, finally ending in 1974.
They were the best-selling small diesel locomotives in America, and many were exported to other markets. Over time, GE made various production modifications, and numerous further changes were made by railroad shops crews.Many are still in use today.