Diesel

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EMD GP40 - Standard DC - New York Central #3084

$69.99ITEM: 160-63529

Eight-wheel drive loco comes with all-metal chassis, five-pole motor and E-Z Mate couplers.

Bachmann EMD E7 w/Sound & DCC - Chicago, Burlington & Quincy (silver, red)

$204.99ITEM: 160-66603

Bachmann EMD E7 w/Sound & DCC - Chicago, Burlington & Quincy (silver, red)

GE ES44AC GEVO - Standard DC - CSX #721

$89.99ITEM: 381-1768929

Features five-pole motor with dual flywheels, illuminated ditch light, preprinted numberboards and directional headlight.

EMD GP35 Phase Ia - Standard DC - Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe #3305

$104.99ITEM: 381-373022

Comes equipped with powerful 5-pole motor with dual brass flywheels, all-wheel electrical pickup from blackened metal wheels, directional headlights and DCC-friendly mechanism with standard 8-pin plug for easy decoder installation. Features roadname-specific dynamic brake of non-dynamic brake hatches. Includes consumer-applied detail parts such as truck brake cylinders MU hoses and grab irons.

Diesel F2-A Dual Drive - Powered w/ Light - United States Army

$45.99ITEM: 490-96813

Diesel F2-A Dual Drive - Powered w/ Light - United States Army

Baldwin VO-1000 - Standard DC - Chicago, Burlington & Quincy #9379

$104.99ITEM: 6-24220

Baldwin VO-1000 - Standard DC - Chicago, Burlington & Quincy #9380

EMD GP15-1 - SoundTraxx Sound & DCC - Burlington Northern #1380

$94.99ITEM: 910-19401

• Prototypes in service 1975 to the present
• Available with factory-Installed SoundTraxx(R) sound for DCC and DC layouts
• 16-Bit digital quality sound
   - Horn and short horn toot
   - Bell
   - Prime mover
   -Three lighting functions
• Same powerful drive as WalthersProto(R) locos featuring:
   - Five-pole skew-wound motor
   - 14:1 gear ratio
   - Helical-cut gears for quiet operation and easy multiple unit operation
   - All-wheel drive and electrical pickup
   - Dual machined brass flywheels
   - Heavy die cast metal chassis
   - Constant and directional LED lights
• Correct air intake details per prototype
• Molded drill starter points for grab irons (sold separately)
• RP-25 metal wheels
• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

EMD GP15-1 Standard DC -- Burlington Northern #1380 - HO

$69.99ITEM: 910-9401

* Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers!
* Prototypes in service 1975 to the present

* Same powerful drive as WalthersProto(R) locos featuring:
- Five-pole skew-wound motor
- 14:1 gear ratio
- Helical-cut gears for quiet operation and easy multiple unit operation
- All-wheel drive and electrical pickup
- Dual machined brass flywheels
- Heavy die cast metal chassis
- Constant and directional LED lights

* Correct air intake details per prototype
* Molded drill starter points for grab irons (sold separately)
* RP-25 metal wheels
* Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

EMD GP15-1 - Standard DC - Canadian Pacific #1450

$59.99ITEM: 910-9403

• Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers!
• Prototypes in service 1975 to the present
• Same powerful drive as WalthersProto(R) locos featuring:
   - Five-pole skew-wound motor
   - 14:1 gear ratio
   - Helical-cut gears for quiet operation and easy multiple unit operation
   - All-wheel drive and electrical pickup
   - Dual machined brass flywheels
   - Heavy die cast metal chassis
   - Constant and directional LED lights
• Correct air intake details per prototype
• Molded drill starter points for grab irons (sold separately)
• RP-25 metal wheels
• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

EMD GP15-1 - Standard DC - Chessie System #1524

$59.99ITEM: 910-9406

• Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers!
• Prototypes in service 1975 to the present
• Same powerful drive as WalthersProto(R) locos featuring:
   - Five-pole skew-wound motor
   - 14:1 gear ratio
   - Helical-cut gears for quiet operation and easy multiple unit operation
   - All-wheel drive and electrical pickup
   - Dual machined brass flywheels
   - Heavy die cast metal chassis
   - Constant and directional LED lights
• Correct air intake details per prototype
• Molded drill starter points for grab irons (sold separately)
• RP-25 metal wheels
• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

EMD GP15-1 Standard DC -- Chicago & North Western™ #4405 - HO

$69.99ITEM: 910-9407

* Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers!
* Prototypes in service 1975 to the present

* Same powerful drive as WalthersProto(R) locos featuring:
- Five-pole skew-wound motor
- 14:1 gear ratio
- Helical-cut gears for quiet operation and easy multiple unit operation
- All-wheel drive and electrical pickup
- Dual machined brass flywheels
- Heavy die cast metal chassis
- Constant and directional LED lights

* Correct air intake details per prototype
* Molded drill starter points for grab irons (sold separately)
* RP-25 metal wheels
* Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

EMD GP15-1 - Standard DC -Chicago & North Western #4410

$64.99ITEM: 910-9408

• Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers!
• Prototypes in service 1975 to the present

• Same powerful drive as WalthersProto(R) locos featuring:
- Five-pole skew-wound motor
- 14:1 gear ratio
- Helical-cut gears for quiet operation and easy multiple unit operation
- All-wheel drive and electrical pickup
- Dual machined brass flywheels
- Heavy die cast metal chassis
- Constant and directional LED lights

• Correct air intake details per prototype
• Molded drill starter points for grab irons (sold separately)
• RP-25 metal wheels
• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

EMD SD45 - Standard DC -- Seaboard System #8923 (gray, yellow, red, white)

$69.99ITEM: 920-48066

* Limited edition - one time run of these roadnumbers!
* Prototypes in road freight service from 1966 to early 2000s
* 14:1 helical gears for ultra-quiet and smooth running
* Easy multiple unit operation
* Superb paint and lettering
* Metal grab irons and lift rings
* LED constant and directional headlights
* Powerful five-pole, skew-wound, high-torque, high-efficiency can motor
* Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

By 1964, six-axle diesels were rapidly evolving from low speed luggers to fast freight engines. EMD continuously updated its Special Duty (SD) series with new models, and celebrated New Years Day 1966 by unveiling six locos powered by variations of its new 645 prime mover. At the top was the SD45, with an enormous 20-cylinder power plant cranking out 3600 horsepower. Timing couldn't have been better as American railroads experienced a surge in traffic and were ready to modernize their fleets. The SD45 proved popular for all types of assignments, and 1,260 were built through late 1971, when it was replaced by the SD45-2. Retirements began in earnest in the 1980s, but many were rebuilt and eventually sold to regional railroads. As of 2011, a few are still in use, and several are preserved in museums.

Detailed to match units in service from 1985 to 1987 with:

* Plated Over Cab-Mounted Headlights
* Nose-Mounted Headlights
* Long Blower Sill Duct
* No Footboards on Pilots
* Modern Style Coupler Cut Lever
* 5-Chime Horn
* Firecracker Antenna
* No External Hand Brake
* Air Filter Box
* Late Flexicoil Trucks with Two Low, Inside Mounted Brake Cylinders

EMD GP35 Phase 2 - Standard DC - Gulf, Mobile & Ohio #638

$189.99ITEM: 920-49169

Make one of EMD's most popular roadswitcher models part of your diesel fleet in minutes with the WalthersProto(R) GP35!

Making its debut in 1963, the new engine would pave the way for future generations of hood units. Offering 2500 horsepower and a number of

innovative new features, many were purchased as replacements for elderly diesels, and since EMD took trade-ins, some were constructed with rebuilt parts, notably trucks, from other builders! Along with these variations, modelers and railfans noted other changes made during the production run, and began referring to early examples as Phase I while those built after mid-1965 became Phase II (EMD considered them all the same and never used these designations). By the time production ended in 1966, over 1300 were in service, and many are still running on shortlines and at museums today.

Check out the many features of the WalthersProto Phase II GP35s:
• Limited edition - one-time run of these engine numbers!
• Based on Phase II units in service from 1965 to the present
• Road-specific details
• Available with SoundTraxx(R) Tsunami(R) sound for DCC and DC layouts
• Five-pole, skew-wound, high-torque, high-efficiency can motor
• Helical gears with 14:1 ratio for smooth, ultra-quiet running
• Easy multiple-unit operation
• Proto MAX(TM) metal knuckle couplers

Based on units in service from the 1960s to mid-1980s with:
• Brass Leslie S5T-R air horn
• Firecracker radio antenna
• AAR Type B trucks
• Raised inertial filter "dust bin" hatch
• Mesh intake grilles
• Front pilot with MU cable holder and footboards
• 2600-gallon fuel tank
• 8 jack pads
• Tall air filter/dryer
• Standard dynamic brakes
• High headlight

EMD GP9M - Standard DC - Chicago & North Western #4304

$56.99ITEM: 931-134

• Perfect diesel to power any HO trainset
• Colorful paint schemes
• Heavy de cast metal frame
• Powerful can motor with flywheel
• All-wheel electrical pickup & drive
• Working headlight

The Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors was the last major builder to enter the road switcher market, introducing the GP7 (GP for General Purpose) in 1949. In 1954, the more powerful GP9 was unveiled with a 1750 horsepower prime-mover. This became the most successful of the early geeps, with sales of more than 3,800 locos in the U.S. and Canada. As the GP9s were bumped from major freight and passenger trains by newer locos, they began new careers as switchers. Many roads rebuilt them with a low nose to improve forward visibility and they continue to serve in switching, wayfreight and transfer assignments today.

This model will be a real workhorse on your model railroad, with great features like a heavy die cast metal frame, powerful can motor with flywheel, eight-wheel electrical pickup and drive, and a working headlight. Fully assembled and ready for service, they come prepainted in a variety of schemes.

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