Scale, Category: HO Scale - Motive Power Item No: 60709 Name: DCC-Equipped EMD GP35 Roadname: CP Multi Mark 5003 Description: With these easy to use and affordable locomotives, you can digitally control speed, lighting, and direction. Compatible with all NMRA-compliant DCC systems.
5-car "HO scale" train - EMD GP40 diesel locomotive (with operating headlight) - Open quad hopper - Gondola - Steel reefer - Off-center caboose Body-mounted E-Z Mate couplers 47" x 38" oval track Sets up in minutes Includes signal bridge, 36 people figures, 24 telephone poles and 48 railroad and street signs Includes power pack, speed controller and plug-in terminal rerailer Plugs into an AC outlet Ages 14+
You'll rule the rails with our impressive Rail King set. This 130-piece set will take your railroading empire to new heights, with miniature people and structures bringing the entire scene to life. This ready-to-run train set includes: EMD GP40 diesel locomotive with operating headlight gondola open quad hopper plug-door box car off-center caboose 47 x 38 oval of E-Z Track, including 12 pieces curved track, 1 piece straight track, and 1 plug-in terminal rerailer signal bridge 36 miniature people figures 24 telephone poles 48 railroad and street signs power pack and speed controller illustrated instruction manual Manufacturer: Bachmann. Model Number: 00657. Road Name: Santa Fe. MSRP: 140.00. Scale/Era: HO Modern. Model Type: Starter Sets.
While originally designed to house a 6000hp engine, technical difficulties resulted in many SD90MAC's being equipped with a 4300hp engine instead, which gave them the designation SD90/43MAC. The locomotives were reliable and effective enough with these engines that though the option to upgrade was given, most locomotives kept the as-shipped 4300hp AC traction engine. Today, the Indiana Rail Road operates 14 SD90/43MACs leased from CEFX, using them to primarily pull coal trains from Indiana mines to power plants across the state.
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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.
Performing everything from painting to complete rebuilds, Allied Rail Rebuilders captures the realism in a size that works on most layouts. Lots of details are included, such as an EMD 567 prime mover, separate roof vents, interior trusses, doors and windows. It can also be used for other types of heavy industry.
Measures: 10 x 10 x 6" 25 x 25 x 15cm