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Athearn GENESIS G2 HO | Dash 9-40C, NS #8820

[ATHG31501] DCC & Sound

$339.98 USD

The last stand of the standard cabs for Norfolk Southern was the Dash 9-40C. With the completion of this order for 125 units from GE, all subsequent orders were mandated by the FRA to be built with the wide safety cab. These units are offered in the Thoroughbred paint scheme for operations up to 2018, when the Dash 9-40C units were the first to be used as cores for the AC44C6M rebuild program at NS’s Juniata facility and at GE in both Erie and Fort Worth.

$219.99
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Athearn GENESIS G2 HO | Dash 9-44CW, C&NW #8646

[ATHG31519] DC standard / DCC Ready 21-pin socket

$249.98 USD

The Chicago & Northwestern RR Dash 9-44CW locomotives were the first production order of Dash 9s from GE with delivery beginning in late 1993. C&NW initially came without A/C units and a roof vent but were later modified to have A/C. Our models depict the As-Delivered configuration for the C&NW modelers who depict this great railroad right up to the C&NW/UP merger.

$219.99
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Athearn GENESIS G2 HO | Dash 9-44CW, UP #9719

[ATHG31523] DC standard / DCC Ready 21-pin socket

$249.98 USD

One of Union Pacific’s hallmarks is their eclectic collection of motive power. However, the venerable Dash 9 of the time was ordered in few numbers by the UP - only 40 to be exact. Here we have 4 of those examples depicted late in their careers; repainted “lightning stripe” scheme, yellow frame stripe and wings on the nose. These unique repaints have many nuances; chiefly, they do not feature the American flag on their flanks.

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Athearn HO GENESIS | SD90MAC, UP #3681 

[ATHG27256]

DC locomotive || with NEM 21-pin socket for DCC and DCC/sound conversion

Union Pacific was the largest buyer of the SD90MAC with 309 units total; the railroad designation was SD9043AC as they were delivered with the 710G engine rated at 4300hp. Taking delivery of the first locomotives in 1995 and the last in 1999; originally numbered in the 8000 series, these locomotives were renumbered in 2012 and some are still in service today. 3681 is one of only a few SD90MACs to receive the flag paint scheme.

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Athearn HO GENESIS | SD90MAC, UP #3728 

[ATHG27355]

Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound

Union Pacific was the largest buyer of the SD90MAC with 309 units total; the railroad designation was SD9043AC as they were delivered with the 710G engine rated at 4300hp. Taking delivery of the first locomotives in 1995 and the last in 1999; originally numbered in the 8000 series, these locomotives were renumbered in 2012 and some are still in service today. 3681 is one of only a few SD90MACs to receive the flag paint scheme.

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Athearn HO GENESIS | SD90MAC, UP #3681 

[ATHG27356]

Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound

Union Pacific was the largest buyer of the SD90MAC with 309 units total; the railroad designation was SD9043AC as they were delivered with the 710G engine rated at 4300hp. Taking delivery of the first locomotives in 1995 and the last in 1999; originally numbered in the 8000 series, these locomotives were renumbered in 2012 and some are still in service today. 3681 is one of only a few SD90MACs to receive the flag paint scheme.

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HO GP9, CN #4422

[ATHG62851]

MSRP $199.98 USD

In 1949, EMD introduced the GP7. The basic design followed most diesel switchers with the addition of a short hood instead of an end-cab. The hoods were also full height to better accommodate the diesel engine and mechanical and electrical components.

In 1954 EMD upgraded the GP7 to become the 1,750 horsepower GP9. Externally, the first GP9s were virtually unchanged from the last GP7s. Later versions would include different louver arrangements and the last ones would come without the frame skirting. The GP9 was available with all of the fuel tank, steam generator, and dynamic brake options as the GP7, including “torpedo tube” air tanks mounted on the roof.

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Athearn HO GENESIS | GP40-2, Canadian Pacific, CP #4650 

[ATHG65066]

$209.98 USD

By the early 1970s, many first generation diesels were reaching the end of their service lives. The most common replacement locomotives became the GP40-2. EMD began production of the 16-cylinder, turbocharged, 3000 horsepower engine in 1972. These locomotive were developed for service where higher horsepower and faster service were preferable. A major feature for the GP40-2 was the introduction of the “dash 2” modular electrical cabinet. For more than 40 years, the GP40-2 has worked main line freights, locals, switching jobs, yard service, and helper service. Many remain in service today.

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Athearn HO GENESIS | GP40-2, CPR/Beaver #4654 

[ATHG65068]

$209.98 USD

By the early 1970s, many first generation diesels were reaching the end of their service lives. The most common replacement locomotives became the GP40-2. EMD began production of the 16-cylinder, turbocharged, 3000 horsepower engine in 1972. These locomotive were developed for service where higher horsepower and faster service were preferable. A major feature for the GP40-2 was the introduction of the “dash 2” modular electrical cabinet. For more than 40 years, the GP40-2 has worked main line freights, locals, switching jobs, yard service, and helper service. Many remain in service today.

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Athearn HO GENESIS | GP40-2L, CN #9433 

[ATHG65081]

DC with 21-pin NEM connector for DCC conversion

By the early 1970s, many first-generation diesels were reaching the end of their service lives. One of the most common replacement locomotives became the GP40-2. EMD began production of the 16-cylinder, turbocharged, 3000 horsepower engine in 1972. These locomotives were developed for service where higher horsepower and faster service were preferable. A major feature for the GP40-2 was the introduction of the "dash 2" modular electrical cabinet. For more than 40 years, the GP40-2 has worked main line freights, locals, switching jobs, yard service, and helper service. Many remain in service today.

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Athearn HO GENESIS | GP40-2L, CN #9454 

[ATHG65082]

DC with 21-pin NEM connector for DCC conversion

By the early 1970s, many first-generation diesels were reaching the end of their service lives. One of the most common replacement locomotives became the GP40-2. EMD began production of the 16-cylinder, turbocharged, 3000 horsepower engine in 1972. These locomotives were developed for service where higher horsepower and faster service were preferable. A major feature for the GP40-2 was the introduction of the "dash 2" modular electrical cabinet. For more than 40 years, the GP40-2 has worked main line freights, locals, switching jobs, yard service, and helper service. Many remain in service today.

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Athearn HO GENESIS | GP40-2L, CN #9486 

[ATHG65083]

DC with 21-pin NEM connector for DCC conversion

By the early 1970s, many first-generation diesels were reaching the end of their service lives. One of the most common replacement locomotives became the GP40-2. EMD began production of the 16-cylinder, turbocharged, 3000 horsepower engine in 1972. These locomotives were developed for service where higher horsepower and faster service were preferable. A major feature for the GP40-2 was the introduction of the "dash 2" modular electrical cabinet. For more than 40 years, the GP40-2 has worked main line freights, locals, switching jobs, yard service, and helper service. Many remain in service today.

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Athearn GENESIS HO DCC/sound | GP40-2, CPR/Beaver #4651 

[ATHG65167]

$299.98 USD

By the early 1970s, many first generation diesels were reaching the end of their service lives. The most common replacement locomotives became the GP40-2. EMD began production of the 16-cylinder, turbocharged, 3000 horsepower engine in 1972. These locomotive were developed for service where higher horsepower and faster service were preferable. A major feature for the GP40-2 was the introduction of the “dash 2” modular electrical cabinet. For more than 40 years, the GP40-2 has worked main line freights, locals, switching jobs, yard service, and helper service. Many remain in service today.

$266.00
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Athearn HO GENESIS | GP40-2L, CN #9433 

[ATHG65181]

Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound

By the early 1970s, many first-generation diesels were reaching the end of their service lives. One of the most common replacement locomotives became the GP40-2. EMD began production of the 16-cylinder, turbocharged, 3000 horsepower engine in 1972. These locomotives were developed for service where higher horsepower and faster service were preferable. A major feature for the GP40-2 was the introduction of the "dash 2" modular electrical cabinet. For more than 40 years, the GP40-2 has worked main line freights, locals, switching jobs, yard service, and helper service. Many remain in service today.

$266.00
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Athearn HO GENESIS | GP40-2L, CN #9454 

[ATHG65182]

Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound

By the early 1970s, many first-generation diesels were reaching the end of their service lives. One of the most common replacement locomotives became the GP40-2. EMD began production of the 16-cylinder, turbocharged, 3000 horsepower engine in 1972. These locomotives were developed for service where higher horsepower and faster service were preferable. A major feature for the GP40-2 was the introduction of the "dash 2" modular electrical cabinet. For more than 40 years, the GP40-2 has worked main line freights, locals, switching jobs, yard service, and helper service. Many remain in service today.

$266.00
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Athearn HO GENESIS | GP40-2L, CN #9486 

[ATHG65183]

Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound

By the early 1970s, many first-generation diesels were reaching the end of their service lives. One of the most common replacement locomotives became the GP40-2. EMD began production of the 16-cylinder, turbocharged, 3000 horsepower engine in 1972. These locomotives were developed for service where higher horsepower and faster service were preferable. A major feature for the GP40-2 was the introduction of the "dash 2" modular electrical cabinet. For more than 40 years, the GP40-2 has worked main line freights, locals, switching jobs, yard service, and helper service. Many remain in service today.

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Athearn GENESIS G2 HO | SD60M Tri-Clops, UP #6237

[ATHG75515]

$249.98 USD

In 1984, EMD unveiled the first four SD60 demonstrator locomotives. The SD60 was equipped with a 3,800 horsepower, 16 cylinder, turbocharged 710G3A prime mover. Five years later, EMD began offering the SD60 with the wide nose “safety” cab with the infamous “Tri-Clops” 3-piece windshield, thus creating the SD60M. Union Pacific was the first road to order these new SD60M locomotives followed by Burlington Northern and SOO Line. BN’s SD60M locomotives went on to the merged BNSF while the SOO Line units went to Canadian Pacific. Some of the BNSF units found more mileage with Norfolk Southern and in lease service for CEFX.

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Athearn HO GENESIS G2 | Dash 9-44CW, BNSF

Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound

Item Number Road Number Stock Status
G31628 #702 Sold Out
G31629 #767 Sold Out
G31630 #788

Apart from a few minor spotting features, BNSF 700-799 looked much the same as ATSF 600-699. The biggest difference, perhaps, was the large “BNSF” lettering on the hood, where “Santa Fe” used to reside. Opinions differed on the look, but no one could argue that the face of an iconic railroad had changed forever!

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Athearn HO GENESIS G2 | Dash 9-44CW, CN

DC with NEM 21-pin socket for DCC and DCC/sound conversion

Item Number Road Number Stock Status
G31531 #2572 not in stock
G31532 #2588
G31533 #2600

After receiving an order for Dash 9-44CWLs with Canadian 4-window cabs, CN reverted to the standard 2-window configuration for its subsequent orders. However, to increase the crew’s visibility, CN requested that the front windows be modified with angled panes (these are known as “tear drop” windows).

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Athearn HO GENESIS G2 | Dash 9-44CW, CN

Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound

Item Number Road Number Stock Status
G31631 #2572
G31632 #2588
G31633 #2600

After receiving an order for Dash 9-44CWLs with Canadian 4-window cabs, CN reverted to the standard 2-window configuration for its subsequent orders. However, to increase the crew’s visibility, CN requested that the front windows be modified with angled panes (these are known as “tear drop” windows).

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Athearn HO GENESIS G2 | Dash 9-44CW, NS

Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound

Item Number Road Number Stock Status
G31637 #9169 not in stock
G31639 #9131 not in stock
G31639 #9225

Each year from 1995 to 2005, NS placed an order with GE for Dash 9 series locomotives, with a grand total of 1215 units delivered. They are used in all types of mainline service. Some units were equipped with an APU (auxiliary power unit) mounted on the walkway, which operated to provide basic locomotive systems while the prime mover was shut down, potentially saving fuel. The units on offer are from the 1998 order.

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Athearn HO GENESIS G2 | Dash 9-44CW, NS

Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound

Item Number Road Number Stock Status
G31640 #8107 not in stock
G31641 #8135 not in stock
G31642 #8151 not in stock
G31643 #8192

The SP 8100s were some of the last mainline power delivered to the SP proper. The engines were used on all types of trains, in multiple with other class members of other SP 6-axle power. Many of them survive to this day, albeit repainted into Union Pacific colors.

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Athearn GENESIS HO | GP9, CPR #8508 (multimark)

[ATHG82222] DC / DCC ready 21-pin NEM connector

In 1949, EMD introduced the GP7. The basic design followed most diesel switchers with the addition of a short hood instead of an end-cab. The hoods were also full height to better accommodate the diesel engine and mechanical and electrical components.

In 1954 EMD upgraded the GP7 to become the 1,750 horsepower GP9. Externally, the first GP9s were virtually unchanged from the last GP7s. Later versions would include different louver arrangements and the last ones would come without the frame skirting. The GP9 was available with all of the fuel tank, steam generator, and dynamic brake options as the GP7, including “torpedo tube” air tanks mounted on the roof.