American Flyer Locomotive 336 Union Pacific
Just see the sweeping length of this gigantic 8-wheel drive die-cast “smoker,” patterned after one of the biggest American locomotives ever made! A full 21½” – the mightiest steam locomotive in the American Flyer roundhouse – and with its big, new and more powerful worm-drive motor plus sensational “Pull-mor” it’s a bearcat for performance. Watch it puff Red Glowing Smoke and hear it sound off with choo-choos – and then blow the remote control steam Whistle. 21½” long.
The American Flyer Locomotive 336 Union Pacific was made from 1953 through 1957. The American Flyer Northern Locomotives had a 4-8-4 wheel arrangement would have had 4 leading, 8 driving, and 4 trailing wheels. There were 8 models of the Northern 4-8-4 produced by Gilbert. The design was implemented by the Great Norther RR. New York City also had these but called them Niagara. The American Flyer Northern (33x series) is modeled after a specific Union Pacific Locomotive.
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