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Baldwin EM-1 - 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone" Locomotive

All releases are included below. 
If you are looking for something specific, not shown below, please use the
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First Release:
Announced: 07-20-2013
Orders Due: 08-13-2013
ETA: August 2013
Item Description
Not all items can be in stock at all times.
Due to minimum order requirements and shipping charges we "bunch" up re-orders to save you money.

(We reserve the right to correct errors and change prices without prior notice.)
Note: Not all of the items below may be in stock or available but the information is provided for reference purposes.

Please place your order using our SECURE Shopping Cart site:

If you MUST send an e-mail inquiry, copy & paste the entire description TEXT ONLY (NO pictures!) from the item you are ordering into your e-mail.
It will save time and reduce confusion in determining what you are inquiring about.
With the quantity of lines we carry it's not possible to memorize all of them.

Be sure you review our terms pages before placing your order:
First: Terms Page One   Then: Terms Page Two  Finally: Terms Page Three

If you place an order, you have agreed to our terms.
Please remember to give your first and last name and the city and state where you live in all
your e-mails.

Non-USA customers please include the country.
Prototype History:

Built during World War II when war restrictions put a limit on new diesel locomotives, the EM-1 was the last steam locomotive class used
by the Baltimore & Ohio.  This simple articulated engine provided tremendous power at high speeds, making it an ideal hauler of heavy
loads through the mountains of West Virginia.  Then Baltimore & Ohio president, Roy B. White, was so impressed after viewing the first one
that he exclaimed, “Well, I must say, they have everything!”

Bachmann follows in this tradition by providing a feature-rich DCC-equipped EM-1 2-8-8-4 using the latest N scale technology.
Features of the 2-8-8-4 Steam Locomotive
  • Different headlights as appropriate
  • Different domes as appropriate
  • DCC-equipped for speed, direction, and lighting
  • Die-cast boiler
  • Flywheel drive
  • All-tender wheel pickup
  • Soft white LED headlight and backup light
  • Separately applied handrails and stanchions
  • Detailed backhead
  • Traction tire equipped
  • Chemically blackened wheels
  • E-Z Mate ® Mark II couplers
Item Description  
First Release
Part #: Bac-80451 - Baltimore & Ohio - Road #: 7600 (single headlight/large dome) - Baldwin EM-1 - 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone"
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Part #: Bac-80452 - Baltimore & Ohio - Road #: 7627 (dual headlight/small dome) - Baldwin EM-1 - 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone"
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Part #: Bac-80453 - Baltimore & Ohio - Road #: 7604 (large dome) - Baldwin EM-1 - 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone"
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Part #: Bac-80454 - Baltimore & Ohio - Road #: 7614 (large dome) - Baldwin EM-1 - 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone"
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Item Description  
Stock Checks:
Inventory is a fluid commodity.  It changes by the hour (sometimes by the minute). To retain our pricing structure we maintain stock levels designed to turnover 6 times each year. We cannot guarantee stock status till we have an order in hand. All product is subject to prior sale. If we confirm that we have it, and, while we are waiting for the order it sells, you would be upset that we did not hold it.
We used to hold items but learned a VERY EXPENSIVE lesson. When we held items for customers’ orders, the order never materialized 80%+ of the time.  We lost out on the orders placed while the item was on hold.  Also we wasted staff time that could have been used to pull actual orders.
Since we are well known for finding older stock the fact that it may not be on our shelves at this minute does not mean we can’t get it. So, as we spell out on our terms pages, we don’t do it anymore.
You may, however, call in and we will tell you if the items are available and if possible attempt to locate what we don’t have while you are on the phone.
Last Update by:  GJC
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 2:48 PM