FP 7 A + F 7 B Milwaukee Road is a diesel locomotive active in American passenger operations and cargo operations.
It is a locomotive capable of operating a passenger even in a single unit, equipped with heating equipment after extending the F7A, which was used for conventional cargoes, with a 4 ft body. FP 7 A of the Milwaukee railway wearing a coloring orange and red is famous for towing the Hiawatha on a multiple run and has also been active in a wide range of other short distance trains and the like.
We will commercialize "Olympian · Highawassa", one of the most famous transcontinental trains active in America in the 1950s.
This train which continued active while changing the vehicle and name several times after it appeared as "Olympia" in 1911, but this time it will be commercialized in 1953, when the first Super Dome car in the country was additionally introduced. It is the formation of "Milwaukee Road's Super Dome Olympian Hiawatha" around 1955.
The sky top lounge car connected to the last part of the organization is a unique figure that covers the rear part of the passenger covered with a window, and is a characteristic vehicle unique to other railway companies.
FP 7 A + F 7 B Milwaukee Road
· The FP7A has 2 headlights, reproduced with a skirting equipment for passenger tow, cold hatch equipment, without dynamic brake, with SG attached. Water tank is added and features extended car body.
· F7B without dynamic brake, reproduced with SG attached figure.
· Both headlights are lit.