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Bachmann HO Norman Rockwell Christmas Train Set

Model trains are a Christmas favorite, but they are fun all-year round. If any of your friends or loved ones (or maybe even yourself) are big fans of train sets and model railways, the Bachmann HO Norman Rockwell Christmas Train Set will certainly turn your Christmas into a magical one.

Whether your already experienced with train sets and model railways, or your just getting started, the Bachmann HO Norman Rockwell Christmas Train Set is extremely easy to set up. Assembling all the pieces together is really simple, and the included illustrated instructions manual will turn the task into a fun, interactive and remarkable experience.

A festive tribute to America’s beloved artist, Bachmann’s Norman Rockwell Christmas train set displays four classic Rockwell holiday illustrations (meaning it comes with the main/front train cart + 4 attachable carts). From Santa fulfilling a child’s wish to a father and son bringing home the tree, each heart-warming scene is charmingly detailed.


HO or H0 is a rail transport modelling scale using a 1:87 scale (0.137 inches to 1 foot). The name HO comes from 1:87 scale being half that of O scale, which was previously the smallest of the series of older and larger 0, 1, 2 and 3 gauges introduced by Märklin around 1900. The HO (or H0) is the most popular scale of model railway in the world. The rails are spaced 0.649 inches (16.5 mm) apart for modelling o.056 inches (1,435 mm) standard gauge tracks and trains in HO.


As said before, the Bachmann HO Norman Rockwell Christmas Train Set comes with a main/front train cart, as well as four other included attachable carts that feature one classic Rockwell holiday illustration per cart.

The track measures 47” x 38” oval and includes a power pack and speed controller.


This ready-to-run train set includes a total of 21 pieces, consisting of:

  • a 0-6-0 steam locomotive with operating headlight and tender (main cart + first attachable cart);
  • a Quad Hopper (attachable cart);
  • a Box Car (attachable cart);
  • a Bobber Caboose (attachable cart);
  • 47″ x 38″ oval of snap-fit E-Z Track including twelve (x12) pieces of curved track, one (x1) piece of straight track and one (x1) plug-in terminal rerailer;
  • one Power Pack and a Speed Controller;
  • an Illustrated Instructions Manual;


The video embedded below will show you exactly how to set up your Bachmann HO Norman Rockwell Christmas Train Set, as well as how to use its Power Pack and Speed Controller.


Control Speed & Direction

The included Power Pack and Speed Controller allow users to change the direction the train moves to, making this train set capable of easily running the train in reverse.


The Bachmann HO Norman Rockwell Christmas Train Set is a classic when it comes to model trains, train sets and model railways. The ready-to-run Norman Rockwell Christmas train set is an instant classic for around the tree, and it will surely delight the whole family this Christmas…as well as for many holidays to come.

If you’re interested in getting this amazing train set, each set is currently going for $300. You can order yours directly from Bachmann Trains’ online shopping page, by clicking this link.

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