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LGB 2019s Colorado & Southern Mogul w/Lights, Sound & Smoke, Collection Item
LGB 2019s Colorado & Southern Mogul w/Lights, Sound & Smoke, Collection Item
Item: 2019s
Price: $699.99
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LGB 2019s Colorado & Southern Mogul w/Lights, Sound & Smoke, Collection Item

The Colorado & Southern operated the lines of the Denver, South Park & Pacific RR to the silver mines of the Rocky Mountains. The silver boom was a distant memory, but the railroad hauled various ores, livestock, passengers and mail until 1943. The old Moguls were modernized, because there was no money for new equipment. This LGB model of Mogul No. 4 hauls your train through the vast Colorado mountains while you enjoy the recorded digital sounds of a real steam locomotive. The train rolls past abandoned mines, across Boreas Pass and stops in Leadville not far from the faded glory of the Clarendon Hotel. The days when Evelyn Walsh McLean wore the Hope diamond for dinner here are long gone, but the trip on the Colorado & Southern remains an adventure. The Prototype The Mogul locomotive is an American classic. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, more than 10,000 of these versatile locos were built for freight and passenger service throughout North America. The term "Mogul" refers to the "2-6-0" wheel configuration of these locos: two small guide wheels followed by six big driving wheels and no trailing wheels.


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