In early 1950, Wabash ceased using their heavyweight trains in favor of the new streamlined Budd cars. This sleek new beauty was named the |Bluebird}, Chicago to St. Louis. Bluebird train #24 would accomplish its 165-mile journey from Decatur to Englewood in roughly 163 minutes, traveling at around 61 mph. Train #21 would provide the return trip. Passengers were treated to radio and recorded musical programs throughout the train. This striking regional streamliner became one of Wabash's most successful trains due to dome service and its elegantly outfitted interiors - successful enough for Norfolk & Western to retain the train until the advent of Amtrak in 1971.
* Beautifully Detailed and Accurately Modeled
* Precision Paint, Color, and Lettering Schemes
* Many Separately Applied Details including Hand _Rails and Antennae (where applicable)
* Detailed Interiors
* Lighted Interiors
* Composition: ABS with ABS Chassis_
* Couplers: (2) Operating Kadee) Compatible
* Compatible Tracks: Code 70, 83, 100 Rail
* Minimum Operating Radius: 22 in
* Operational Exterior Tail-Lighting & Lighted Drumhead
Empfohlen für Modellbauer und Sammler ab 14 Jahren. Aufgrund maßstabs- und vorbildgerechter bzw. funktionsbedingter Gestaltung sind Spitzen, Kanten und Kleinteile vorhanden. Verschluckungsgefahr. Deshalb nicht in die Hände von Kindern unter 10 Jahren!