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Ready for something completely new in railroading? An accurate, ready-to-run set? That's built in 114" scale and goes on HO track?
Putting larger trains in a smaller space is the concept behind Bachmann's three brand new On30 train sets. train reproductions in 114" scale. Offered in the

Silver Series line,

This is the first time ]/4" scale models are available at such an ajJordable price.

these narrow gauge sets run on HO track (per prototype!) and are accurate passenger

through clearance under the boiler, a precision 5 pole skew-wound can motor (with hardened carbon brushes), numerous metal detail parts (including the headlight mount), a finescale pilot, and sprung center axle for superior tracking performance and electrical pickUp. In addition, the short-coupled tender features a hand-tooled coal load, and the

(Warrants 98-69, 98-70, 98-71 and 98-72, respectively). The locomotive features a completely hidden drive train, see

Collectively, each set's locomotive, combine, coach and observation car have earned four NMRA Conformance Warrants

Jackson & Sharp narrow gauge passenger cars all feature removable roofs and full, painted interiors with lighting. The early buzz on these sets has started us planning for the future of On30. In 1999, Sound exciting? You bet it is. It's Ready, Set, Go for 01130.
On30 Silver Series sets include a Spectl'lllll


look for new set roadnames, separate sale motive power, separate sale coaches and four styles of freight cars.


#25001 #25002 #25003

a Spectrum power pack, and helpful VHS video with assembly instr uctions.

three Spectrum passenger cars, the snap-fit nickel siJver E-Z TracJc system,

2-6-0 steam locomotive and


W onderland Express P ennsylvania

C olorado & S outhern
B ach m ann Industries, Inc. 1400 East Ede Avenue Philadelphia, P A www. bach m


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Suggested Retail Price: $250.00

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