Five P47 Pacifics headed up the Jersey's famed passenger trains. Three locomotives - painted in a beautiful blue livery with nickel trim and numbered 831, 832 and 833 - covered The Blue Comet's fast schedule along the Jersey shoreline. A fourth G-3, No. 834, was painted green and sped The Bullet between New York City and Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. The fifth locomotive, No. 835, wore gleaming black paint and hauled The Queen of the Valley, a deluxe train from New York City to Harrisburg
Model features include die cast boiler and tender body, die cast metal chassis, authentic paint scheme, metal wheels and axles, constant voltage headlight, operating firebox glow, lighted cab interior, decorative metal whistle and operating tender back-up light. Locos are equipped with precision flywheel motor, speed control in scale MPH increments, real coal load and synchronized puffing ProtoSmoker system. Operates on O-36 curves.