Santa Fe Switcher Engine front view
Santa Fe Switcher Engine front view

Santa Fe Switcher Engine

Your Price: $33.99
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Part Number:SF110

If you want to keep your wooden rail yards running smooth, these switcher engines will certainly do the job.  Modeled after SW1500's, Alco's, MP15's, and NW2's, these wooden trains look just like the real ones and again are the first wooden trains of this design to hit the market.

Not seen much these days but these workhorses ran the rail yards back in the younger days of your father, grandfather, and great grandfather.  They were used to sort and hookup freight cars in the rail yards so the big diesel locomotives could pull the consists across the country.  Still used today in many places across our nation.

This Santa Fe wooden train engine is approximately 5" long and made of solid Beech hardwood. Handles all sizes of curved track, fits through tunnels and under bridges, even negotiates ascending hills, unlike the competition. Crafted by hand & painted in detail, the quality of this wooden train is of the highest standards.

Round magnetic couplers are compatible with Thomas Wooden Railway, Brio, and many other wooden train systems.

Painted with child safe non toxic materials.

5 Stars
I must say, it looks even better in person than I thought it would! The shape of a typical switcher, in this case, an SSB 1200, is captured perfectly in this model, and the details on every surface show up very well on the dark-blue paint. Of all the beautifully replicated details on this model, the screws representing the two stacks is the most fascinating. These screws are not only a unique, yet pleasant addition to the locomotive, but they also ensure that even the smallest and skinniest parts of the model won't break off, giving parents the relieving notion that their children are playing with safe toys. It makes for a charming addition to my collection, and one that I'll cherrish in the years to come! ~ Joseph trainonthetrack
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Wayne County, Michigan. on 10/27/2022