This is a Miller Engineering 880251 O Scale Animated Neon Billboard Scranton Electric City. In 1910, in the pre-neon age, this flashing electric circular sign was erected eight stories high atop the steep-gabled Victorian-era Scranton Electric Building, proclaiming Scranton, PA as the electric city. Its purpose: to promote the fact that Scranton was the first U.S. city to install electric streetcars. The sign went dark in 1972, but it was restored and relit in 2004. Limited Edition large (HO/O scale) Scranton Electric City animated billboard sign. Great addition to your layout or a diorama. Dimensions: approx. 4.65 high x 4.0 wide Kit includes: Electroluminescence sign lamp Power supply (requires 3 AAA batteries - not included) Sign supports Complete instructions Runs on 3 AAA batteries, or 4.5vDC AC wall adapter power supply, or AD/DC power converter (sold separately).
Condition: Factory New (C-9) Operational Status:Functional Original Box: Yes (P-9)
Manufacturer: Miller Engineering Model Number: 880251 MSRP: $49.95