Lionel Union Pacific 4-12-2 #9000





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Published on Dec 30, 2008

Here is a video of a Lionel Union Pacific 4-12-2 steam locomotive.

This locomotive was made by Lionel in 2002. It features Railsounds, TrainMaster Command Control (TMCC), Odyssey speed control, a fan driven smoke unit, a wireless tether connecting the locomotive to the tender, and an operating ElectroCoupler on the rear of the tender.

These 3 cylinder locomotives were the longest rigid frame locomotives to operate in the United Sates. The Union Pacific owned 88 of them. They were built by the Brooks Works of the American Locomotive Company, otherwise known as ALCo, in Dunkirk, New York from 1926 to 1930. The Union Pacific was the first and only railroad to own these locomotives and they became known as the Union Pacific type. Today one of these locomotives is preserved at the Los Angeles County Fairplex in Pomona, California.

The train this locomotive is pulling in this video is made up of rolling stock from Atlas O, Lionel, MTH Electric Trains and Weaver Models.

The track is K-Line tubular with 0-81 curves.

It's also being operated with Lionel Legacy.

Thanks for watching. Comments and questions are always welcome.


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