Unique display recreates the completion of the first Transcontinental Railroad with working HO-scale train re-creations and historic photography.
Display measures 17" L; 43.2 cm L; individual train cars are HO-scale
From Hawthorne Village
- $249.95 US
- $21.99 US
On May 10, 1869, in Promontory Summit, Utah, America's West and East coasts were united by tracks and ties for the first time in history, connected by the engraved Golden Spike that completed the first Transcontinental Railroad. Now this unique display train accessory commemorates the 150th anniversary of that historic event with an authentic re-creation of the trains that changed the face of transportation around the world.
Available only from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division, this extraordinary display includes real working replicas of the Union Pacific No. 1869 and the Central Pacific Jupiter, both genuine Bachmann American HO-scale 4-4-0 engines and tenders that can be removed from the display to run on any HO gauge system, The mahogany-toned wooden display showcases the two trains on either side of an heirloom-crafted recreation of the engraved Golden Spike, set against the fitting backdrop of A.J. Russell's famous photograph of the completion ceremony. Strong demand is expected from history buffs, train enthusiasts, and more, so don't delay. Order now!
- Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first Transcontinental Railroad with this authentic display replicating the two trains and the Golden Spike that united America's West and East coasts, available only from The Bradford Exchange, Hawthorne Village Division
- This outstanding first Transcontinental Railroad display train accessory includes real working replicas of the Union Pacific No. 1869 and the Central Pacific Jupiter, both genuine Bachmann American HO-scale 4-4-0 engines and tenders that can be removed from the display and run on any HO gauge system
- Heirloom-quality replica of the engraved Golden Spike is showcased at the center of the display
- A.J. Russell's famous photographic documentation of the ceremony for the driving of the Golden Spike provides the perfect backdrop to this important train display
- The mahogany-toned wooden base features a gleaming title plaque
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Display measures 17" L; 43.2 cm L; individual train cars are HO-scale and run on any HO gauge track
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