Lionel 82825 CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL LIONCHIEF™ PLUS GP38 DIESEL LOCOMOTIVE

Sale price $304.99 Regular price $339.99

One of EMD's most popular second-generation road switchers, the GP38 has been a common sight on railroads across North America since the late 1960s. Used in switching, local and mainline freights, you'll have no trouble keeping these locomotives busy on your layout!

LionChief™ Plus locomotives offer our most-desired features with the flexibility of conventional or simple radio control at a price that makes expanding your railroad easier. Rugged, powerful and feature-rich, our growing line of LionChief Plus Steam has the power you need to take your layout to the next level.

Locomotive Features:

  • User-selected operational modes: Conventional AC transformer control mode or LionChief™ wireless remote control with AC or DC power
  • On/Off switches for sound, smoke and control mode
  • ElectroCouplers™ on front and rear (controlled by remote only)
  • RailSounds RC™ sound system with diesel revving and background sounds for the diesels, bell, and user-activated announcements
  • Adjustable volume (controlled by remote only)
  • Fan-driven smoke
  • Smoke output from every stack
  • Dual maintenance-free motors
  • Constant control for consistent speed at all ranges regardless of track condition or load
  • Operating headlights with directional lighting
  • Cab crew figures
  • Lighted cab interior
  • Die-cast metal trucks, pilot, and fuel tank
  • Metal frame
  • Traction tires

LionChief™ Plus Remote Features:

  • Forward and reverse speed control knob
  • Buttons for whistle sound, bell, special announcements and ElectroCoupler™ activation
  • Requires three AAA alkaline batteries (not included)
      PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
      • Rail Line: Canadian Pacific
      • Road Number: 3019
      • Gauge: O Gauge
      • Scale Type: Traditional
      • Power: Electric
      • Engine Type: Diesel
      • Min Curve: O31
      • Dimensions: 14 1/2"
      • Most Recent Catalog: 2016 Lionel Volume 2 Catalog