Diesel-Electric

Diesel-Electric


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N-Gauge - BNSF SD-60M #9297

N-Gauge - BNSF SD-60M #9297

N-Gauge - BNSF SD-60M #9297

ATL49254

1 in stock

$89.99

N-Gauge - Burlington - GP-40 Diesel Locomotive - Un-Numbered

N-Gauge - Burlington - GP-40 Diesel Locomotive - Un-Numbered

N-Gauge - Burlington - GP-40 Diesel Locomotive - Un-Numbered

ATL48522

2 in stock

$69.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern - SD-60M Diesel Locomotive - #9276

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern - SD-60M Diesel Locomotive - #9276

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern - SD-60M Diesel Locomotive - #9276

ATL49252

1 in stock

$79.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern Alco RS-3 #4082

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern Alco RS-3 #4082

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern Alco RS-3 #4082

ATL42002

1 in stock

$69.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GE U25B Phase ll b

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GE U25B Phase ll b

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GE U25B Phase ll b

ATL4471

1 in stock

$69.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP-40 #639

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP-40 #639

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP-40 #639

ATL48521

1 in stock

$79.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP30 #2249

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP30 #2249

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP30 #2249

ATL4702

1 in stock

$69.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP30 #2251

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP30 #2251

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP30 #2251

ATL4703

1 in stock

$69.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP35 #2503

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP35 #2503

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP35 #2503

ATL4608

1 in stock

$69.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP35 #2527

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP35 #2527

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern GP35 #2527

ATL4609

1 in stock

$69.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern SD-60M #9255

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern SD-60M #9255

N-Gauge - Burlington Northern SD-60M #9255

ATL49251

1 in stock

$79.99

N-Gauge - Burlington Route GP-7 Ph.2 No #

N-Gauge - Burlington Route GP-7 Ph.2 No #

N-Gauge - Burlington Route GP-7 Ph.2 No #

ATL48207

2 in stock

$79.99

N-Gauge - CB & Q U25B Phase llb #100

N-Gauge - CB & Q U25B Phase llb #100

N-Gauge - CB & Q U25B Phase llb #100

ATL4481

1 in stock

$79.99

N-Gauge - CB&Q - F3A Disel Locomotive - #9960C

N-Gauge - CB&Q - F3A Disel Locomotive - #9960C

Prototype Information:
The F-Unit is probably the most recognized diesel locomotive in North American history. It was found on railroads from East to West and North to South. Eastern railroads favored a "Single Headlight" version of the F3, while Western railroads favored a "Dual Headlight" version.

F3 locomotives were used in both freight and passenger service. For passenger service, it was necessary for the locomotives to have a Steam Generator to provide heat and electricity in the passenger cars. In later years, many F3 locomotives originally intended for passenger services were downgraded to freight duty.

Model Information:
The Kato EMD F3 comes in both A and B (cabless) variations. All current variations of the F-unit locomotive chassis are DCC friendly. Passenger units are commonly identified by their Steam Generators vs. freight units which lack this detail. The 2014 run of CB&Q Freight F3's have a number of passenger features, such as the straight pilot, as they began their life as locomotives pulling the California Zephyr before being repainted and repurposed as freight locomotives.

Model Features:
DCC friendly mechanism
A-unit LED has directional headlights and illuminated number boards
Locomotives have a powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheels
KATO magnetic knuckle couplers
Drop in DCC compatible with the Train Control Systems K0D8 series and Digitrax DN163K0B

ATL176-1314

1 in stock

$89.99

N-Gauge - CB&Q - F3B-Unit

N-Gauge - CB&Q - F3B-Unit

Prototype Information:
The F-Unit is probably the most recognized diesel locomotive in North American history. It was found on railroads from East to West and North to South. Eastern railroads favored a "Single Headlight" version of the F3, while Western railroads favored a "Dual Headlight" version.

F3 locomotives were used in both freight and passenger service. For passenger service, it was necessary for the locomotives to have a Steam Generator to provide heat and electricity in the passenger cars. In later years, many F3 locomotives originally intended for passenger services were downgraded to freight duty.

Model Information:
The Kato EMD F3 comes in both A and B (cabless) variations. All current variations of the F-unit locomotive chassis are DCC friendly. Passenger units are commonly identified by their Steam Generators vs. freight units which lack this detail. The 2014 run of CB&Q Freight F3's have a number of passenger features, such as the straight pilot, as they began their life as locomotives pulling the California Zephyr before being repainted and repurposed as freight locomotives.

Model Features:
DCC friendly mechanism
A-unit LED has directional headlights and illuminated number boards
Locomotives have a powerful five pole motor with all wheel electrical pickup and blackened wheels
KATO magnetic knuckle couplers
Drop in DCC compatible with the Train Control Systems K0D8 series and Digitrax DN163K0B

ATL176-1315

1 in stock

$84.99

N-Gauge - CSX Dash 8-40CW #7307

N-Gauge - CSX Dash 8-40CW #7307

N-Gauge - CSX Dash 8-40CW #7307

ATL40002722

1 in stock

$109.99

N-Gauge - Florida East Coast - GP-9 PH. 2 Diesel Locomotive - Un-Numbered

N-Gauge - Florida East Coast - GP-9 PH. 2 Diesel Locomotive - Un-Numbered

N-Gauge - Florida East Coast - GP-9 PH. 2 Diesel Locomotive - Un-Numbered

ATL48313

1 in stock

$69.99

N-Gauge - FNM Dash 8-40C #15022

N-Gauge - FNM Dash 8-40C #15022

N-Gauge - FNM Dash 8-40C #15022

ATL40002731

1 in stock

$109.99

N-Gauge - Frisco B30-7 Locomotive #866

N-Gauge - Frisco B30-7 Locomotive #866

General Electric’s “Dash 7” locomotive line was introduced as a replacement for the older “Universal-Series” of the 60s and early 70s. “Dash 7” series improvements included increased fuel efficiency, tractive effort and reliability. The B23-7 was a direct replacement for the 2,250HP U23B model. The first units were produced for Conrail in September, 1977 (ironically, 3 months after the last U23B was delivered to Conrail). Production continued through 1984, with a total of 535 units built. Conrail was the largest purchaser of the model, with a total fleet of 141 units.

Several features distinguished B23-7s from predecessor models. The long hood stepped outward in the area of the exhaust stack to accommodate a relocated oil cooler. In addition, the frame was 2 feet longer than that of the U23B. An FB-2 style truck was offered as standard equipment on B23-7s, but some railroads opted to use “trade-in” trucks. Therefore, AAR type B and Blomberg trucks could be found on some models. The six power assembly doors (located near the center of the long hood) indicated that the B23-7 was powered by a 12-cylinder GE FDL engine.

Features:

Directional lighting
Golden-white LEDs
Dual brass flywheels
Low-friction mechanism
Accurate painting and lettering
Factory-installed AccuMate® magnetic knuckle couplers
AccuMate® couplers are made under license from AccuRail, Inc.

40-002-420

1 in stock

$89.99

N-Gauge - GP-30 Kansas City Southern #4109

N-Gauge - GP-30 Kansas City Southern #4109

Top Quality

ATL47504

2 in stock

$69.99