Really Cool EARLY version with the Red L logo instead of UL
You are looking at a Lionel postwar original RW transformer in great shape. And as a bonus, this one is an interesting variation not often seen from 1948. Instead of the more common UL logo of later versions, this one has the Red Lionel L logo. THIS one has been serviced and tested here at Lone Star Trains and is ready to play with NOW.
This model has come in a few different variations over the years: with a Red L in the top left hand corner, a black UL logo, and a scarce one with a UL Re-examination sticker over the logo on the top left hand corner (which you can find in our other listings if you are quick). THIS RED L VERSION is the earliest version of the RW produced, so if you are a collector, you will want to add it to the collection.
It has enough power to run a small layout all by itself, and there are extra posts for transformers, constant voltage outputs for accessories, and even a way to use one to specifically send constant voltage to your constant voltage plug on your 022 switch.
- Metal case
- VARIABLE control
- controls for whistle
- and direction
- 110 watts
- circuit breaker with a light indicating when the breaker is tripped
- fixed voltage levels of 9, 10, 15 and 19 volts
Copy of Instruction Sheet
RED L Logo
- Great with Lionel, American Flyer, Marx, K-Line, etc
CONDITION: C-7. With a copy of instructions. Clean faceplate does have some scratches and rubs. Serviced with original or very early replacement cord. Works great. With a copy of original instructions.
We have provided you pictures of every angle.