The 4-4-0 was a common sight on North American rails from the 1840s on. Approximately 25,000 were produced, before being replaced by larger locomotives in the 1900s. Popularized in American culture and immortalized on movie and TV screens, these engines are widely known for their service in the Civil War and the Old West.
* Colorful decoration based on paint schemes from the late 1800s & early 1900s
* Smooth-running motor
* Operating headlight
* Separately applied bell & handrails
* Factory-equipped with AccuMate(R) couplers
* Flared or straight stack as per the prototype