The Hornby Rivarossi HO Scale 2-Truck Heisler is a replica of one of the famous American geared steam locomotives. The Heisler was designed in 1891 and patented in 1892 by Charles L. Heisler. 850 were built with the last delivered in 1945. This detailed model features a flywheel-equipped drive mechanism, a five-pole skew-wound motor, working headlight and magnetic knuckle couplers. This locomotive is equipped with a sound and DCC decoder. Like the prototype, it's ideal for handling curves slightly sharper than 15" radius. It'll look great hauling Rivarossi Skeleton Log Cars on your logging railroad. Check out all the available roadnames.
If your engine is running in the opposite direction please try the following steps:
The correction involves setting CV29 to 7; 6 is the normal configuration- changing to 7 changes the direction to the opposite; forward becomes reverse etc.
|Roadnumber May Vary||No|
|Engine Style||0-4-4-0 Climax - Shay - Heisler|
|Engine Electronics||DCC And Sound|