Diesel

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Replacement Geared Driver Assembly (Diesel Wheelset) pkg(3)

$7.49ITEM: 920-584494

This WalthersProto Replacement Geared Driver Assembly is a replacement for original Life-Like Trains early PROTO 2000(R) E6, E7, E8 and E9 diesels produced before 2005. This package includes three replacement axles with gear and bearing block.

Replacement Geared Driver Assembly (Diesel Wheelset) pkg(3)

$7.49ITEM: 920-584494

This WalthersProto Replacement Geared Driver Assembly is a replacement for original Life-Like Trains early PROTO 2000(R) E6, E7, E8 and E9 diesels produced before 2005. This package includes three replacement axles with gear and bearing block.

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.

EMD GP9M - Standard DC -- RailLink #4003 (blue, white, yellow)

$55.99ITEM: 931-141

* 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.

EMD GP15-1 - Standard DC -- CSX

$64.99ITEM: 931-2503

Expand your HO trainset fun in minutes with the WalthersTrainline EMD GP15-1 diesel! Fully assembled and ready for service, features include:

- Directional headlights
- All-wheel drive and electrical pick-up
- Powerful can motor with flywheel
- Heavy die-cast metal frame for added pulling power
- Colorful paint and lettering schemes
- Body-mounted magnetic knuckle couplers
- RP-25 metal wheels

Walthers Trainline HO 931-456 EMD GP9M, Ontario Northland (Chevrons Logo) #1600

$59.99ITEM: 931-456

Perfect diesel to power any HO trainset! Colorful Ontario Northland paint scheme. Heavy die cast metal frame, powerful can motor with flywheel and all-wheel electrical pickup & drive.

Athearn HO SDP45 w/DCC & Sound CR #6681

$239.99ITEM: ATHG63711

This is the HO Scale Athearn SDP45 with DCC and Sound CR#6681.  In the 1960s, railroads were looking to replace aging EMD E-units and Alco PAs for passenger service. EMD responded by adding a steam generator compartment to the long hood end of their SD45. This required a longer frame and resulted in the creation of the SDP45. Three railroads originally purchased SDP45s: Southern Pacific, Great Northern, and Erie Lackawanna. Over the decades, the SDP45s were then acquired by other railroads through mergers, leasing companies, and rebuild programs.

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