Alaska RR #1500
Alaska Railroad Locomotive #1500 was built in 1952 and was retired in 1985. It is a F7ABA combination, freshly painted 1984 and hauling passenger cars. The Locomotive built by Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors.Click here to Purchase
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe #59
AT&SF 59L is a PA4 built by ALCO in 1948. This locomotive has changed hands several times since it was first sold in 1964. In 1981 it was wrecked and now was acquired by Museum of American RR, she is being retired to her original Glory.Click here to Purchase
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe #241
AT&SF #241 was built in 1951. Mo more information exists on this number, however it did change owners several times, but the final date of retirement, I cannot find. Most of these units were scrapped by the mid 1070's.Click here to Purchase
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe #344
AT&SF #344 is an F7AB combination. Pictured here in 1970 in Kansas City.Click here to Purchase
Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe #404
ATSF #404 was a U30CG built in 1966. This model was assigned to power the Texas Chief, the Grand Canyon, and the Tulsan. As seen here, the #404 was pulling the Tulsan out of Ottawa, Kansas in 1966.Click here to Purchase
Canadian Pacific #8008 & #8007
CP #8008 & #8007 are Baldwin Road switchers performing their duties on Vancouver Island.Click here to Purchase
Electro-Motive Division (EMD) #103
#103 Built in 1939, by GM's Electromotive Division. these were the first two that led the way into the future and the demise of steam locomotives. They had demonstrated their power by pulling 2 modern steam locomotives backwards.Click here to Purchase
Duluth Missabe & Iron Range # 134
DM&IR #134 was built in 1953 and is a SD9 was the 1500HP six axle big brother to the GP7. Riding on six axles, three-motor trucks, they were designed to offer more starting tractive effort in "road" service than the GP7.Click here to Purchase
Illinois Central #4019
Illinois Central #4019 EMD E8 ABA units power the northbound "City of Miami" 1967.Click here to Purchase
Kansas City Southern #6
Kansas City Southern #6 EMD E-7a rebuild brings the northbound "Southern Belle" into Joplin, Missouri in the 1960's.Click here to Purchase
Northern Pacific #7001
Northern Pacific # 7001-D EMD F-9a the last model of a series of "covered wagons" Chicago Ill. 1970. The F units were called "covered Wagons" because of the similarities of the roof of a Conestoga Wagon.Click here to Purchase
Union Pacific #9
UP #9 is a Gas Turbine Locomotive. #9 was one of the last 30 ordered in 1958. With 8,500 horsepower, it was one the largest Locomotives ever built. They had consumed large amounts of fuel oil, were no longer economical to run and were retired in the 1970.Click here to Purchase
Union Pacific #73 & #66
Union Pacific #73 with #66 are earlier versions of the gas turbine locomotives at resting at Laramie, Wyoming 1960.Click here to Purchase
Union Pacific # 1870
Union Pacific # 1870 EMD switchers in the "cow and calf" configuration. The cab less unit was added for extra power for "humping" duty as seen here in 1968.Click here to Purchase
Denver & Rio Grand Western #6001
D&RGW is a PA-1 (AKA DL-304) and was built in 1947 by ALCO, and was
originally numbered #600. In 1950 she was numbered #6001, later
in 1967 she was retired.
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