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  1. BACHMANN BM89391 Jackson Sharp Coach 224 Lake Tutshi
    These classic passenger cars feature track-powered interior lighting , metal handrails, and metal wheels.
  2. BACHMANN BM89392 Jackson Sharp Combine 209 Royal Mail
    These classic passenger cars feature track-powered interior lighting , metal handrails, and metal wheels.
  3. Bachmann 39-101 Tram Stuttgart
  4. Bachman 81180 Class B 25 ton Climax
    Narrow Gauge Class B Climax Pardee & Curtin Lumber Co. # 6
  5. Bachmann 81496 Baldwin2-6-0 mogul  Verouderd door Magnus
  6. BACHMANN BM85093 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Clear Lake Lumber Co. #6 The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Features include: - ready for decoder installation of your choice - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and RC/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - factory-installed speaker, with wire pigtail, in the fuel bunker to allow for easy installation of optional aftermarket sound systems - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop - valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  7. BACHMANN BM85094 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Elk River Coal & Lumber Co. #3 The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Features include: - ready for decoder installation of your choice - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and RC/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - factory-installed speaker, with wire pigtail, in the fuel bunker to allow for easy installation of optional aftermarket sound systems - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop - valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  8. BACHMANN BM85095 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Climax #2 (demonstrator) The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Features include: - ready for decoder installation of your choice - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and RC/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - factory-installed speaker, with wire pigtail, in the fuel bunker to allow for easy installation of optional aftermarket sound systems - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop - valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  9. BACHMANN BM85096 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Bayside Lumber Co. #3 The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Features include: - ready for decoder installation of your choice - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and RC/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - factory-installed speaker, with wire pigtail, in the fuel bunker to allow for easy installation of optional aftermarket sound systems - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop - valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  10. BACHMANN BM85097 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Painted, Unlettered-Black with White Running Board Striping The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Features include: - ready for decoder installation of your choice - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and RC/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - factory-installed speaker, with wire pigtail, in the fuel bunker to allow for easy installation of optional aftermarket sound systems - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop - valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  11. BACHMANN BM85098 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Painted, Unlettered-Black with Red Windows, White Pinstriping, & White Running Boards The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Features include: - ready for decoder installation of your choice - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and RC/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - factory-installed speaker, with wire pigtail, in the fuel bunker to allow for easy installation of optional aftermarket sound systems - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop - valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  12. BACHMANN BM86093 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Clear Lake Lumber Co. #7 The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Bachmann is proud to present this Climax model with Soundtraxx® Tsunami® sound technology that lets you enjoy every authentic whistle, bell, chuff, clang, and more in realistic high-quality 16-bit sound. Features include: - DCC sound-equipped - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and radio control/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  13. BACHMANN BM86094 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Elk River Coal & Lumber Co. #4 The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Bachmann is proud to present this Climax model with Soundtraxx® Tsunami® sound technology that lets you enjoy every authentic whistle, bell, chuff, clang, and more in realistic high-quality 16-bit sound. Features include: - DCC sound-equipped - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and radio control/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  14. BACHMANN BM86095 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Climax #3 (demonstrator) The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Bachmann is proud to present this Climax model with Soundtraxx® Tsunami® sound technology that lets you enjoy every authentic whistle, bell, chuff, clang, and more in realistic high-quality 16-bit sound. Features include: - DCC sound-equipped - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and radio control/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  15. BACHMANN BM86096 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Bayside Lumber Co. #4 The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Bachmann is proud to present this Climax model with Soundtraxx® Tsunami® sound technology that lets you enjoy every authentic whistle, bell, chuff, clang, and more in realistic high-quality 16-bit sound. Features include: - DCC sound-equipped - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and radio control/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  16. BACHMANN BM86097 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Painted, Unlettered-Black with White Running Board Striping The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Bachmann is proud to present this Climax model with Soundtraxx® Tsunami® sound technology that lets you enjoy every authentic whistle, bell, chuff, clang, and more in realistic high-quality 16-bit sound. Features include: - DCC sound-equipped - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and radio control/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  17. BACHMANN BM86098 1:20.3 Two-Truck Climax
    Painted, Unlettered-Black with Red Windows, White Pinstriping, & White Running Boards The Class "B" two-truck locomotive, introduced by Climax in 1893, featured a horizontal boiler with slanted cylinders. The new design was an instant success and quickly became Climax's most popular model, remaining so throughout the company's history. Bachmann is proud to present this Climax model with Soundtraxx® Tsunami® sound technology that lets you enjoy every authentic whistle, bell, chuff, clang, and more in realistic high-quality 16-bit sound. Features include: - DCC sound-equipped - nonproprietary plug-and-play electronics interface to accommodate the control system of your choice, including DC, NMRA DCC, and radio control/battery operation - choose track or battery power pickup, operation according to NMRA or Large Scale railroading practices, motor power on/off, and DCC or DC operation of cab lights, - - firebox flicker, and ash pan glow with a center "off" position - switch behind the smoke box door with center "off" position to choose either DCC or DC operation of the smoke unit - optical sensors in the locomotive that give you the option of adjusting the timing and count of steam chuffs - realistic firebox flicker and ash pan glow - electrical pickup on all wheels - precision-balanced can motor - super-detailed power trucks with accurate sideframes, brake beams, brake hangers, brake shoes, and distinctive Climax spoked drivers - die-cast metal I beam frames and motor mounts - prototypically correct operating Johnson bar and inside Stephenson valve gear - constant lighting of the LED headlight and cab light - numerous prototype details including blackened metal handrails and coupler lift bars; air pump; accurately scaled sand lines and additional piping; brass bell, pop valves, and whistle; electric generator; and scale rivet detail - choice of three smokestack styles - locomotive cab with operating doors, windows and roof hatch, authentically detailed with globe valves, water sight glass, gauges, throttle, air brake stand, reversing (Johnson) bar, and piping - choice of coal or oil fuel load
  18. BACHMANN BM88015 K-27 Switcher Pilot
    heavy-duty construction easy assembly
  19. BACHMANN BM88016 K-27 Road Pilot
    heavy-duty construction easy assembly
  20. BACHMANN BM88493 Frameless Tank Car
    Gramps #88174 8' diameter curved track required
  21. BACHMANN BM88494 Frameless Tank Car
    Gramps #88169 8' diameter curved track required
  22. BACHMANN BM88498 Frameless Tank Car
    Painted Unlettered - Silver 8' diameter curved track required
  23. BACHMANN BM88499 Frameless Tank Car
    Painted Unlettered - Oxide Red 8' diameter curved track required

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