Photos below of Decorated "N" Scale M-10000.
"N" M-10000 3 Car train in 1934 paint scheme.
Nose view of "N" M-10000 1934 paint scheme
"N" M-10000 Coach Car in 1934 paint scheme.
"N" M-10000 Tail Observation car in 1934 paint scheme.
"N" Scale M-10000 Original 3 car Train Set as delivered in 1934
0001-008790 Undecorated((Silver, No Lettering) $429.98
0001-008791 Union Pacific Brown and Yellow paint scheme $429.98
0001-008792 4th car ,a Pullman "Overland Trail" $139.98
built for the M-100001 train set but used on the M-10000 for a while
0001-008783 5th Add-On car, Pullman "Oregon Trail" $139.98
Built for the M-10001 Train
Some of the Features of the Con-Cor "N" M-10000
- Will be DCC ready, with standard NMRA 8 pin plug mounted on internal PC board.
- Extra 4th and 5th Add on Pullman cars will be available ( see below)
- Highly detailed, and authenticly painted to match original Union Pacific Colors
- Full Interiors and Lighting
- Reversing headlights and tail lights
- Will accept any brand Function or "Sound Decoder" that is compatible with standard 8-pin NMRA
plug. (Con-Cor does not manufacturer or Supply Decoders, see Item #13 at www.con-cor.com/webFAQ.html )
- Holes in bottom of loco chassis for sound exit.
- Lighted Cab interior with Engineer and Fireman Figures
- Extra headlight pointing to the heavens as per orginal train
History of the Union Pacific M-10000.
The Union Pacific actually won the race to have a "modern streamlined high speed train" in service first
and had their M-10000 streamliner in service in early 1934 months before the Burlington's Pioneer Zephyr.
But the Burlington won the public relations battle and got more publicity for the Pioneer Zephyr which is
probably remembered better than the M-10000.
The M-10000 also toured much of the USA and the interior was shown to over 1 million people, and each
and every one of those million plus people got a fancy sourvenier Aluminum coin made of the same material as
the M-10000 body.
The Original M-10000 was scrapped in early
1942. It is a bit vauge why it was scrapped so early, as other versions such as the M-10001 and M-10002 continued in service.
The official reason given was that the Aluminum in the body was needed for the "war effort". But at least one National Museum had
expressed interest in preserving the train for Historical purposes.
Photos below show some of the amazing details we
have been able to add to this super N Model. Here we show it without paint so you can see the details a bit easier.
Nose Shot of new "N" M-10000 Loco
Side Shot of new "N" M-10000 Loco casting
Side view of Coach Body for "N" M-10000.
Bottom view of "N" Coach showing holes for Sound speaking if you choose to add a sound decoder of
your choice. (Con-Cor does not make any decoders, but Printed Circuit Board inside the Coach car comes with the standard NMRA
8 pin socket set for mounting a decoder of your choice.
3/4 View of Tail end of rear Observation Car
Side view of Observation Car
Close up of Tail of rear Observation Car
Side view of Extra "Add-On" N Pullman car
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