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« on: May 24, 2015, 03:47:34 PM »

I am looking at 4-6-0 #10 g scale #91605. I would like to know will this fit 45mm track, is it batt operated remote control. is this what they call large scale? thanks Bob

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« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2015, 04:13:14 PM »

Q: I would like to know will this fit 45mm track
A: Runs only on 45mm gauge track

Q: is it batt operated remote control
A: Powered and controlled by DC power pack connected to track. Chuff sound powered by 9V  battery placed in tender.

Q:is this what they call large scale?
A: yes, the locomotive approximate 1:22.5 scale is one of the scales in what is referred to as large scale.

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« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2015, 09:56:48 AM »

91605   D&RG   10   2011   ~ Loco   4-6-0 Annie  Denver & Rio Grande  Ver 6            Ver 6 Metal Gears   $399.00    wood burner

This version of the famous Bachmann 4-6-0 is the latest run and has a reputation as a great running locomotive. As a top of the line 4-6-0 is has metal siderods, and metal detail parts not found on the Standard line 4-6-0.  It is a great loco and since it is a woodburner it does not have an operating rear headlight like the coal burning versions do.

The $399 MSRP was the MSRP when it first came out.  The street price is substantially lower. Trainworld has it for $219 and the online seller The Favorite spot has it for $213. Shipping will be extra so buying from the closest sellr may result in an overall lower price. There may be others so shop.

Most of all have fun!!



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