MRRHQ Collectible Mantua 336-561 Great Northern E6 4-4-2 Atlantic Locomotive
It was a Pennsylvania Railroad Atlantic that led the way on the world's fastest railroad run on June 12, 1905, reaching a record breaking speed of 127.1 mph across the Ohio landscape. It was, however, another Pennsy E6 4-4-2 that would become the most famous of all and give the E6 Class the name "Atlantic". Click HERE for a facinating look at survivor Pennsy E6 #460, the "Lindbergh Special".
Mantua handsomely re-created the remarkable Atlantic, like this NEW MRRHQ Collectible HO Scale Mantua 336-561 Great Northern E6 4-4-2 Atlantic Locomotive, with authentic features which include a Stephenson valve gear, Belpaire firebox, 80" spoke drivers, full size ash pan and illuminated marker and reversing lamps. With elegant proportions, stately drivers, massive boiler and large trailing truck, the Atlantic was one of the most beautiful locomotives to fly across the rails.
New C-9 Mint Condition with Excellent Original Box.
Woodland Scenics or Preiser Engineer Figure Installed in Cab.
Woodland Scenics or Preiser Fireman Installed in Tender.
(or) Both Figures Installed.
Don't want the loco? Click "Locomotive Delete" above right.
Mantua Catalog 1995-2000.
Dimensions: Locomotive 5 1/4 x 1 3/8 x 1 7/8" Tender 3 7/8 x 1 3/8 x 1 1/4"
Roundhouse 86500 Series Great Northern 60' Arch Roof Harriman Coaches
MDC/Roundhouse Trains began as "The Roundhouse" in 1938 and, as Roundhouse Trains and, later, as MDC/Roundhouse. For nearly 70 years Roundhouse was one of the great names in model railroading. After several changes in ownership in the late 1990s and early 2000s the assets of MDC were purchased in 2004 by Horizon Hobby with the intent of using the Roundhouse name for pre-WWII products only. The resulting revival of legendary Roundhouse Overton, Overland and Harriman coaches with new tooling, modern razor sharp graphics and upgraded features, discontinued in 2012, resulted in the finest ready-to-run examples of these cars ever produced. Until now.
The 60' Arch Roof Harriman Coaches offered under the Roundhouse name in the early 2000s were packaged in seperately boxed and sold RTR 4-car limited editions. Our MRRHQ Custom Premium Limited Edition Mantua/Roundhouse 1900s GN Harriman Passenger Train includes the complete four car Great Northern set comprised of a Baggage Coach, Combine Coach, Diner Coach and Passenger Coach. A second Passenger Coach is also included along with a matching and magnificent NEW Mantua 336-561 GN E6 4-4-2 Atlantic locomotive. Upgraded with many proprietary high-end features this premium heirloom quality set is NOW the finest example of these cars ever produced.
FEATURES: Baggage, Combine, Diner and (2) Passenger Coaches
Custom Full Interiors designed and 3D Printed or hand-crafted (Diner) by MRRHQ.
Matching color accents on seat tops.
High end hand painted Preiser Passengers, Railroad Presonnel and Baggage Details.