Diesel Locomotive Series

Diesel Locomotives: The First 50 Years: A Guide to Diesels Built Before 1972 (Railroad Reference)

Diesel Locomotives: The First 50 Years: A Guide to Diesels Built Before 1972 (Railroad Reference)ASIN: 0890242585 /
  • Brand: Brand: Kalmbach Publishing Company
  • ASIN: 0890242585
  • Modern Diesel Locomotives (Enthusiast Color Series)

    Modern Diesel Locomotives (Enthusiast Color Series)ASIN: 0760301999 /
  • Brand: Brand: MBI Publishing
  • ASIN: 0760301999
  • Evolution of the American Diesel Locomotive (Railroads Past and Present)

    Evolution of the American Diesel Locomotive (Railroads Past and Present)ASIN: 0253348633 /
  • ASIN: 0253348633
  • HO Scale Proto 2000 Series #21130 SW9/1200 Diesel Locomotive, Rock Island 775

    HO Scale Proto 2000 Series #21130 SW9/1200 Diesel Locomotive, Rock Island 775ASIN: B07RSL3XM1 /
  • Brand: Life Like
  • ASIN: B07RSL3XM1
  • Part No: 21130

    Home Comforts Peel-n-Stick Poster of Diesel Locomotive T47 Series Nova Bystrice Vivid Imagery Poster 24 x 16 Adhesive Sticker Poster Print

    Home Comforts Peel-n-Stick Poster of Diesel Locomotive T47 Series Nova Bystrice Vivid Imagery Poster 24 x 16 Adhesive Sticker Poster PrintASIN: B07SJVQZH1 /
  • Color: Multicolor
  • Brand: Home Comforts
  • ASIN: B07SJVQZH1
  • Diesel-Electric Locomotive, New Zealand Ungraded COMC Good to VG-EX (Trading Card) 1962 Kellogg The Story of the Locomotive Series 2 - Food Issue [Base] #16

    Diesel-Electric Locomotive, New Zealand Ungraded COMC Good to VG-EX (Trading Card) 1962 Kellogg The Story of the Locomotive Series 2 - Food Issue [Base] #16ASIN: B015LJ9YQK /
  • Brand: Unknown
  • ASIN: B015LJ9YQK
  • Electro-Motive E-Units and F-Units

    Electro-Motive E-Units and F-UnitsASIN: B0074I5QPA /
  • ASIN: B0074I5QPA
  • There Goes a Train [VHS]

    There Goes a Train [VHS]ASIN: 6303144454 /
  • Brand: Kid Vision
  • ASIN: 6303144454
  • UPC: 085365071032
  • Trix 16733 Serie 750 Diesel Locomotive

    Trix 16733 Serie 750 Diesel LocomotiveASIN: B018G98VNO /
  • Brand: Trix
  • ASIN: B018G98VNO
  • Part No: 16733

    General Motors Phenomenal SD40 Series Diesel Electric Locomotives - Worlds Most Popular Diesel Electric Locomotive of All Time

    General Motors Phenomenal SD40 Series Diesel Electric Locomotives - Worlds Most Popular Diesel Electric Locomotive of All TimeASIN: B001BULOD0 /
  • ASIN: B001BULOD0
  • American Experience - Streamliners: America

    American Experience - Streamliners: America's Lost TrainsASIN: B000FGG65C /
  • ASIN: B000FGG65C
  • UPC: 841887006392
  • JobSite Power Tuff Anti-Fatigue Support Work Orthotic Insoles - Medium

    JobSite Power Tuff Anti-Fatigue Support Work Orthotic Insoles - MediumASIN: B004XVNS24 /
  • Brand: JOB SITE
  • ASIN: B004XVNS24
  • UPC: 013977540622
  • Part No: 54062

    Athearn 88478 HO Conrail SD38 Diesel Locomotive RTR #6954

    Athearn 88478 HO Conrail SD38 Diesel Locomotive RTR #6954Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesAthearn 88478 HO Conrail SD38 Diesel Locomotive RTR #6954

    Roco 51291 HO Digital Starter Set Z21: Diesel Locomotive Series 2043

    Roco 51291 HO Digital Starter Set Z21: Diesel Locomotive Series 2043Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesRoco 51291 HO Digital Starter Set Z21: Diesel Locomotive Series 2043

    Atlas HO Scale EMD GP39-2 Diesel Locomotive Union Pacific/UP (Red Stripe) #1239

    Atlas HO Scale EMD GP39-2 Diesel Locomotive Union Pacific/UP (Red Stripe) #1239Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesThe GP39-2 was offered by EMD as a fuel-efficient alternative to their very popular GP38-2 model. This efficiency resulted from the use of a turbocharged 12-cylinder 645E3 diesel engine, as opposed to the non-turbocharged 16-cylinder prime mover in the GP38-2. The use of a turbocharger increased the horsepower output from 2,000 to 2,300hp with four fewer cylinders. One other benefit of the turbocharger is improved operation at higher altitudes where thin air causes normally-aspirated diesels to lose power and produce excess smoke. The largest original fleet of GP39-2s was assembled by the Santa Fe who, over the course of seven years, acquired a total of 106 units. Our model represents a “phase 1” GP39-2 locomotive which was produced between 1974 and late 1976. The overall appearance of a phase 1 model is similar to that of a GP38-2 except for the presence of a single turbocharged exhaust stack. There were only four original owners of the phase 1 GP39-2 including Santa Fe, Reading, Delaware & Hudson and a single-unit order for Kennecott Copper. Many of these units had interesting careers and nearly all are still in service today operating for BNSF, Union Pacific, CSX, and Pacific Northwest shortline Portland & Western.Features: • NMRA 8-pin plug for DCC• The same drive as our basic Master Series™, in an affordable locomotive• Five-pole skewed armature motor with dual flywheels• Separately applied hand rails and end railings• Matching cabooses available separately• Locating dimples for grab irons• True scale dimensions with accurate details• Realistic die-cast underframes• Equipped with AccuMate® Couplers• As with our Master Series™ GP-38, this model features either a 2,600 or 3,600 gallon fuel tank, depending on the prototype.

    Atlas HO Scale EMD GP39-2 Diesel Locomotive CSX Transportation/YN3 #4300

    Atlas HO Scale EMD GP39-2 Diesel Locomotive CSX Transportation/YN3 #4300Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesThe GP39-2 was offered by EMD as a fuel-efficient alternative to their very popular GP38-2 model. This efficiency resulted from the use of a turbocharged 12-cylinder 645E3 diesel engine, as opposed to the non-turbocharged 16-cylinder prime mover in the GP38-2. The use of a turbocharger increased the horsepower output from 2,000 to 2,300hp with four fewer cylinders. One other benefit of the turbocharger is improved operation at higher altitudes where thin air causes normally-aspirated diesels to lose power and produce excess smoke. The largest original fleet of GP39-2s was assembled by the Santa Fe who, over the course of seven years, acquired a total of 106 units. Our model represents a “phase 1” GP39-2 locomotive which was produced between 1974 and late 1976. The overall appearance of a phase 1 model is similar to that of a GP38-2 except for the presence of a single turbocharged exhaust stack. There were only four original owners of the phase 1 GP39-2 including Santa Fe, Reading, Delaware & Hudson and a single-unit order for Kennecott Copper. Many of these units had interesting careers and nearly all are still in service today operating for BNSF, Union Pacific, CSX, and Pacific Northwest shortline Portland & Western.Features: • NMRA 8-pin plug for DCC• The same drive as our basic Master Series™, in an affordable locomotive• Five-pole skewed armature motor with dual flywheels• Separately applied hand rails and end railings• Matching cabooses available separately• Locating dimples for grab irons• True scale dimensions with accurate details• Realistic die-cast underframes• Equipped with AccuMate® Couplers• As with our Master Series™ GP-38, this model features either a 2,600 or 3,600 gallon fuel tank, depending on the prototype.

    Athearn N Scale EMD SD70 Diesel Locomotive Canadian National/CN #1012

    Athearn N Scale EMD SD70 Diesel Locomotive Canadian National/CN #1012Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesContinuing upon the successful SD60-series, in 1992 EMD debuted the next step in locomotive evolution with the SD70. While outwardly similar at first glance to the SD60, the D.C.-drive SD70 featured several external design refinements from the predecessor model. Battery boxes were relocated to the left-hand side walkway immediately behind the cab. A large, boxy forward traction motor blower housing replaced the angular version used on SD60s, the raised walkway duct on the left hand walkway was eliminated, and an intake for the rear traction motor blower on the left hand side of the carbody, directly under the rear radiator intake grill, was added.Internally, the SD70 boasted improvements as well; a 16-710GB prime mover, rated at 4,000hp, was coupled to a new alternator design, the AR20. New D70TR traction motors were standard, and controlling all of this power and locomotive function was EMD’s new EM2000 microprocessor, which boasted more memory, twice the processing speed, and improved locomotive self-diagnostic capabilities compared to the processor suite used in the SD60. Even more revolutionary was the inclusion of EMD’s patented “Radial” truck design, the HTC-R. This design, which made its debut under EMD Demo SD60 #3, replaced the venerable HT-C truck, and is unique in its ability to shift, or “steer”, the wheelsets laterally through curves, resulting in greatly reduced wheelset and track wear, and coupled with the new D70TR traction motors and EM2000 microprocessor, greatly improved adhesion.Continuing with previous practice, EMD built a set of Demonstrator SD70Ms, EMD 7000-7002, all equipped with the North American safety-cab (hence the “M” in their model designation), and decked out in an attractive gray, silver, and burgundy paint scheme. These units travelled all over North America, showing off the latest technology from EMD. Eastern giant Norfolk Southern liked what it saw, and was the first to order SD70s, but with a twist; inste

    Athearn N Scale EMD SD70 Diesel Locomotive Canadian National/CN #1002

    Athearn N Scale EMD SD70 Diesel Locomotive Canadian National/CN #1002Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesContinuing upon the successful SD60-series, in 1992 EMD debuted the next step in locomotive evolution with the SD70. While outwardly similar at first glance to the SD60, the D.C.-drive SD70 featured several external design refinements from the predecessor model. Battery boxes were relocated to the left-hand side walkway immediately behind the cab. A large, boxy forward traction motor blower housing replaced the angular version used on SD60s, the raised walkway duct on the left hand walkway was eliminated, and an intake for the rear traction motor blower on the left hand side of the carbody, directly under the rear radiator intake grill, was added.Internally, the SD70 boasted improvements as well; a 16-710GB prime mover, rated at 4,000hp, was coupled to a new alternator design, the AR20. New D70TR traction motors were standard, and controlling all of this power and locomotive function was EMD’s new EM2000 microprocessor, which boasted more memory, twice the processing speed, and improved locomotive self-diagnostic capabilities compared to the processor suite used in the SD60. Even more revolutionary was the inclusion of EMD’s patented “Radial” truck design, the HTC-R. This design, which made its debut under EMD Demo SD60 #3, replaced the venerable HT-C truck, and is unique in its ability to shift, or “steer”, the wheelsets laterally through curves, resulting in greatly reduced wheelset and track wear, and coupled with the new D70TR traction motors and EM2000 microprocessor, greatly improved adhesion.Continuing with previous practice, EMD built a set of Demonstrator SD70Ms, EMD 7000-7002, all equipped with the North American safety-cab (hence the “M” in their model designation), and decked out in an attractive gray, silver, and burgundy paint scheme. These units travelled all over North America, showing off the latest technology from EMD. Eastern giant Norfolk Southern liked what it saw, and was the first to order SD70s, but with a twist; instead of having them equipped with the increasingly popular (and soon to be standard) “M” cab, they opted for standard, or “Spartan” cabs on their initial orders. The first production SD70s, NS 2501-2506, built in 1993, were quickly followed by additional units; NS 2507-2531, also built in 1993, and NS 2532-2556, built in 1994. They could be found in a variety of assignments over the NS system, and even saw run-through service on connecting roads, such as Southern Pacific, making appearances on the West Coast.Features:• See-through cab windows• Factory installed Celcon handrails• 5-pole motor with precision-machined flywheels and multi-link drive train for trouble free operation• DCC Ready• Illuminated front and rear headlights• Nickel plated, blackened machined wheels• Wheel contours operate on all popular brand of track• Replacement parts available

    Athearn HO Scale EMD SD38 Diesel Locomotive Norfolk Southern/NS #3817

    Athearn HO Scale EMD SD38 Diesel Locomotive Norfolk Southern/NS #3817Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesFeatures: • Separately applied wire grab irons• Standard 81" low nose without headlight or brake unless noted• Standard cab with dual beam sealed headlight and glare shields unless noted• See through cab windows• Sliding cab side windows• Air filter grille• Smooth blower housing• Standard dustbin unless noted• See-through dynamic brake and radiator fans• Dynamic or non dynamic brakes per prototype• Dynamic brake vent per prototype• Non-turbo exhaust stacks• Chicken wire radiator grilles unless noted• "F" painted on short hood end unless noted• 3200 or 4000 gallon fuel tank per prototype• Air tank• Printed numberboards• Fine scale handrails• Fully assembled and ready-to-run• McHenry scale knuckle spring couplers• DCC and SOUND ready with Quick Plug™ technology• Genesis motor retrofit kit ATHG63839 compatible• Highly-detailed, injection molded body<br>

    Athearn 88479 HO CSX SD38 Diesel Locomotive RTR #2463

    Athearn 88479 HO CSX SD38 Diesel Locomotive RTR #2463Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesAthearn 88479 HO CSX SD38 Diesel Locomotive RTR #2463

    Atlas N Scale EMD SD60M Diesel Locomotive w/ DCC Canadian Pacific/CP Rail #6260

    Atlas N Scale EMD SD60M Diesel Locomotive w/ DCC Canadian Pacific/CP Rail #6260Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesThe SD-60 varied little from its predecessor visually, the main changes taking place internally with the aging 645F engine being replaced by the 710G. The two locomotives can be distinguished by the door panels; the SD-50 features four latched doors in six door panels whereas the SD-60 has six latched doors in eight door panels.Features: • Directional lighting• Separate plow and winterization hatch that can be installed by the modeler• Blackened wheels• Slower speed motor for closer to scale speeds• AccuMate® magnetic knuckle couplers• Golden-White LEDs• DCC Models are equipped with NCE Decoders

    Bachmann Trains EMD DD40AX Centennial DCC Equipped Diesel Locomotive Union Pacific #6910

    Bachmann Trains EMD DD40AX Centennial DCC Equipped Diesel Locomotive Union Pacific #6910Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesThe latest in DCC monster locomotives. In 1969 UP received the EMD DDA40X, a dualengined, 6,600horsepower road locomotive. They were dubbed the Centennials in honor of the 100th anniversary of the completion of the first Transcontinental Railroad. DCC ON BOARDTM locomotives feature dual mode digital command control decoders enabling operation with a standard DC analog power pack or any NMRAcomplaint Digital Command Control system. Speed, direction and lighting control. Even has lightly weathered air intakes!SKU:ADIB0038LFNLO

    Atlas HO Scale EMD GP39-2 Diesel Locomotive Union Pacific/UP (Red Stripe) #1232

    Atlas HO Scale EMD GP39-2 Diesel Locomotive Union Pacific/UP (Red Stripe) #1232Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesThe GP39-2 was offered by EMD as a fuel-efficient alternative to their very popular GP38-2 model. This efficiency resulted from the use of a turbocharged 12-cylinder 645E3 diesel engine, as opposed to the non-turbocharged 16-cylinder prime mover in the GP38-2. The use of a turbocharger increased the horsepower output from 2,000 to 2,300hp with four fewer cylinders. One other benefit of the turbocharger is improved operation at higher altitudes where thin air causes normally-aspirated diesels to lose power and produce excess smoke. The largest original fleet of GP39-2s was assembled by the Santa Fe who, over the course of seven years, acquired a total of 106 units. Our model represents a “phase 1” GP39-2 locomotive which was produced between 1974 and late 1976. The overall appearance of a phase 1 model is similar to that of a GP38-2 except for the presence of a single turbocharged exhaust stack. There were only four original owners of the phase 1 GP39-2 including Santa Fe, Reading, Delaware & Hudson and a single-unit order for Kennecott Copper. Many of these units had interesting careers and nearly all are still in service today operating for BNSF, Union Pacific, CSX, and Pacific Northwest shortline Portland & Western.Features: • NMRA 8-pin plug for DCC• The same drive as our basic Master Series™, in an affordable locomotive• Five-pole skewed armature motor with dual flywheels• Separately applied hand rails and end railings• Matching cabooses available separately• Locating dimples for grab irons• True scale dimensions with accurate details• Realistic die-cast underframes• Equipped with AccuMate® Couplers• As with our Master Series™ GP-38, this model features either a 2,600 or 3,600 gallon fuel tank, depending on the prototype.

    Atlas HO Scale EMD GP39-2 Diesel Locomotive Delaware & Hudson/D&H #7407

    Atlas HO Scale EMD GP39-2 Diesel Locomotive Delaware & Hudson/D&H #7407Category: Diesel Locomotive SeriesThe GP39-2 was offered by EMD as a fuel-efficient alternative to their very popular GP38-2 model. This efficiency resulted from the use of a turbocharged 12-cylinder 645E3 diesel engine, as opposed to the non-turbocharged 16-cylinder prime mover in the GP38-2. The use of a turbocharger increased the horsepower output from 2,000 to 2,300hp with four fewer cylinders. One other benefit of the turbocharger is improved operation at higher altitudes where thin air causes normally-aspirated diesels to lose power and produce excess smoke. The largest original fleet of GP39-2s was assembled by the Santa Fe who, over the course of seven years, acquired a total of 106 units. Our model represents a “phase 1” GP39-2 locomotive which was produced between 1974 and late 1976. The overall appearance of a phase 1 model is similar to that of a GP38-2 except for the presence of a single turbocharged exhaust stack. There were only four original owners of the phase 1 GP39-2 including Santa Fe, Reading, Delaware & Hudson and a single-unit order for Kennecott Copper. Many of these units had interesting careers and nearly all are still in service today operating for BNSF, Union Pacific, CSX, and Pacific Northwest shortline Portland & Western.Features: • NMRA 8-pin plug for DCC• The same drive as our basic Master Series™, in an affordable locomotive• Five-pole skewed armature motor with dual flywheels• Separately applied hand rails and end railings• Matching cabooses available separately• Locating dimples for grab irons• True scale dimensions with accurate details• Realistic die-cast underframes• Equipped with AccuMate® Couplers• As with our Master Series™ GP-38, this model features either a 2,600 or 3,600 gallon fuel tank, depending on the prototype.

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