Features NEW Paragon3 Sound & Operation System FEATURING ROLLING THUNDERTM with Authentic Sounds and Prototypical Operation in both DC and DCC environments Factory Installed Engineer / Fireman Figures Synchronized Puffing Smoke with each Chuff Variable Puffing Smoke Intensity and Timing Locomotive Composition Brass body with Die Cast Chassis Tender Composition Brass body with Die Cast Chassis Couplers (2) Operating Kadee or Compatible Compatible Tracks Code 83 and 100 Rail Equipped with Traction Tires Minimum Operating Radius 22 in or greater Shipping weight 3.25 lbs Box Dimensions L18" x W4" x H3.5" In 1946 the C&O took five of its Class F-19 Pacific 4-6-2 locomotives and converted them into Class L-1 Hudsons. This rework was done in the Huntington Shops and was completed in 1947. All but one of the new L-1s were covered with a streamlined stainless steel cowl which was painted yellow and silver. The tenders were cased in fluted stainless steel and tapered at the top so they would blend exactly with the new Budd passenger cars. The "yellowbellies" as they were called by C&O crews were numbered 490 through 494 (number 494 did not have a cowl applied). Only engine 490 survives today and is on display at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore MD. **Specifications on this page subject to change.