These Bowser Baldwin VO-1000 locomotives are expected from Bowser in August of 2016. If you put your pre-order in now, you will NOT be charged until the locomotive has come in and we are ready to ship it to you!
Bowser HO Baldwin VO-1000, DC
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, Zebra Stripe #9369
Bowser Item #24219
- Ready to Run and Super Detailed
- Railroad Specific Details
- Analog/(DC) version
- DCC ready with 21 pin plug for easy decoder installation
- Accurate painting and lettering
- Can motor with flywheels
- Deck mounted or body mounted side handrails
- Nickel Silver Wheels with RP25 flanges
- Metal Kadee knuckle couplers
Recommended DCC non sound Decoder – ESU #53614
Recommended Sound Decoder – ESU #73900
The Baldwin VO-1000 was a diesel-electric locomotive (switcher) built by Baldwin Locomotive Works between January, 1939 and December, 1946. The 236,260–242,200 lb (107,170–109,860 kg) units were powered by a normally aspirated eight-cylinder diesel engine rated at 1,000 horsepower (746 kW), and rode on a pair of two-axle trucks in a B-B wheel arrangement. These were either the AAR Type-A switcher trucks, or the Batz truck originally developed by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway as a leading truck for steam locomotives. 548 examples of this model were built for American railroads, including examples for the Army and Navy.