Bachmann N 51461 Baldwin 4-6-0 Steam Locomotive, Baltimore and Ohio #2020 (DCC Equipped)

BAC-51461

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Bachmann N 51461 Baldwin 4-6-0 Steam Locomotive, Baltimore and Ohio #2020 (DCC Equipped)
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Description

The Baldwin 4-6-0 represents the wheel arrangement of four leading wheels on two axles in a leading truck, six powered and coupled driving wheels on three axles, and no trailing wheels. This wheel arrangement became the second-most popular configuration for new steam locomotives in America in the mid-19th century. In the United States this type is commonly called a ten-wheeler.

- DCC equipped for speed, direction, and lighting
- Dual-mode NMRA-compliant decoder
- Precision can motor
- Separate domes and stack
- Finescale detailing including bell, whistle, piping, and a gear drive
- This also has Walschaerts valve gear
- Blackenend metal wheels
- High-quality traction tires
- Detailed backhead
- NMRA wheel profil
- Equipped with EZ-Mate Mark II couplers.

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  • 2
    Bachmann 4-6-0

    Posted by Mark Casto on Jan 13th 2019

    Bought this because of the price with the hope it would run on a centerpiece track with five other trains. The front four wheels continually de-rail which is incredibly frustrating if you want to actually run a train. Nice “static” model but overpriced if you expect it to actually pull a load or even stay on the rails by itself.

  • 1
    BACHMANN N BALDWIN 4-6-0 STEAM WITH DCC

    Posted by david field on Jan 7th 2019

    Purchased this because it was on sale, still overpriced, but read this was the first bachmann N scale to get a coreless motor, which is what higher end trains get. But it is typical Bachmann, cant tellif it is coreless or not, first day, pulling 10 freight cars, it ran OK, with slight bachmann 'wobble', but otherwise fairly smooth and good speed, Each day, it would take more and more voltage to get it to run the same speed, and finally after 5 days, I have to have full throttle just to get it to move, still with the same 10 cars, proper lube and break in. The wobble has increased easily 10 fold over the first run. Don't waste your time or money, you will be disappointed. Spend the money and buy the Kato and higher end locos, bachmann looks nice, but are still junk in a pretty package.

  • 5
    Great looking Locomotive

    Posted by Grant D Taylor Jr on Dec 22nd 2018

    Has the DCC feature that is a must for my Layout.

  • 4
    Bachmann 4-6-0

    Posted by Bob on Oct 2nd 2018

    This little steamer looks great and once tweaked runs very well. But twice I've had to return to Bachmann to have the electronics replaced; always after a lot of hours of running. I had to sand down the pilot to gain some clearance for rough track. That helped a number of derailments. But flipping the front truck upside down really helped with the derailments, even if it appeared much of the time the front wheels were above the track, but didn't cause any issues.

  • 4
    Nice!

    Posted by Matthew Stearns on Jun 28th 2018

    This thing is pretty awesome. It pulls at least 30 freight cars (and old ones with sticky wheels at that) because of the reaction tires. The tender pickup makes for smooth running. The headlight is really cool. It's got good weight and details.

    The one drawback: the lead wheels tend to leave the track a lot. So unfortunately, if I'm looking to have it run for half an hour, I have to run it reverse.

    Other than that, super!