The electric GG-1 was introduced in the 1930s by the Pennsylvania Railroad, which needed a locomotive that could carry more rolling stock at greater speeds. Its dynamic streamlined design captured the public'simagination and made it the star of countless movies and advertisements.
- DCC Ready
- All New Tooling
- Die-cast Frame
- 12-wheel Drive
- Twin Operating Metal Pantographs that can be Powered by Overhead Wire if Desired
- Soft White LED Directional Headlights with Dimming Function
- Factory-installed 8-pin Socket Ready for DCC Decoder Installation of your Choice
- E-Z Mate(R) Mark II Couplers
- Performs Best on 22" Radius Curves or Greater
PRR 4890 is preserved at the National Railroad Museum Green Bay Wisconsin.