N EMD F7 Freight 2-Loco Set - Milwaukee Road #88A + 88B

The F-Unit is probably the most recognized diesel locomotive in North American history. It was found on railroads from East to West and North to South. The F7 was the fourth model in GM-EMD's highly successful F-unit series, and was for a long time (until the introduction of the EMD SD40-2 freight unit) was the best selling Diesel-electric locomotive ever made.

This item includes two individually powered DCC-friendly Milwaukee Road F unit locomotives (one A and one B) with Freight details: Road numbers #88A + #88B

    Model Features:
  • Directional headlights on A unit.
  • Powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheels.
  • Fully automatic magnetic knuckle couplers.
  • Drop-in DCC compatible with the Train Control Systems K0D8 series and Digitrax DN163K0B.
  • Model details: Dual headlight A Unit, No Steam Generator, Straight Pilot

$175.00


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The F-Unit is probably the most recognized diesel locomotive in North American history. It was found on railroads from East to West and North to South. The F7 was the fourth model in GM-EMD's highly successful F-unit series, and was for a long time (until the introduction of the EMD SD40-2 freight unit) was the best selling Diesel-electric locomotive ever made.

This item includes two individually powered DCC-friendly Milwaukee Road F unit locomotives (one A and one B) with Freight details: Road numbers #88A + #88B

    Model Features:
  • Directional headlights on A unit.
  • Powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheels.
  • Fully automatic magnetic knuckle couplers.
  • Drop-in DCC compatible with the Train Control Systems K0D8 series and Digitrax DN163K0B.
  • Model details: Dual headlight A Unit, No Steam Generator, Straight Pilot
  • Model: 106-0429
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5lbs
  • 196 Units in Stock


 

01/20/2023
Ronald A.
5 of 5 Stars
I bought these about 2mos ago. They are a nice looking set. Their pulling 14 freight cars and and can go faster at a lower speed the two locomotives that are pulling only five cars on C&NW. Have had no issues with them yet. They just keep running. They're running on Kato Track. I have an incline on the layout, and they don't seem to slow down. The one thing I like about the main locomotives is, the number board lights up. It took me awhile to notice them. What I would really like is to have the Milwaukee Road Passenger train. I'll have to save up for that one.