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Kato EMD NW2 Standard DC Northern Pacific #106 N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #1764372
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EMD NW2 Standard DC Northern Pacific #106

N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT1764372. The EMD NW2 is a 1,000 horsepower yard switcher, its distinctive twin-stack profile and short radiator creating a distinctive silhouette. Perhaps ironic, considering its 1000 horsepower engine, the N in NW2 stood for nine hundred horsepower, with the W designating that it was a welded frame locomotive, instead of a cast frame. The Northern Pacific owned 6 of these locomotives as originally purchased from EMD, using them in switching service for two decades before they eventually were moved into the BN fleet. .
Kato EMD SD70ACe Lakawanna Norfolk Southern #1074 N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #1768503
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EMD SD70ACe Lakawanna Norfolk Southern #1074

N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT1768503. The SD70ACe is the latest in the line of EMD's "70" locomotives, an evolution of the SD70MAC, although its radiator design harkens more to that of the SD80/90 body. The SD70ACe has been designed to fit the latest EPA standards and regulations, and sports 4300 horsepower.
Kato Motive Power MP36PH Virginia Railway Express N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #1766126
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Motive Power MP36PH Virginia Railway Express

N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT1766126. Manufactured by Motive Power Inc (MPI), the MP36PH is a commuter service locomotive that is utilized by regional transit agencies all across the United States and Canada. For the Virginia Railway Express, the sleek, modern MP36PH is the first original locomotive series that the railway has operated, their previous passenger equipment being rebuilds and carry-overs from ex-Amtrak service, and represents the growing potential of commuter service in the US Capital region.
Kato EMD NW2 Standard DC Northern Pacific #102 N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #1764371
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EMD NW2 Standard DC Northern Pacific #102

N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT1764371. The EMD NW2 is a 1,000 horsepower yard switcher, its distinctive twin-stack profile and short radiator creating a distinctive silhouette. Perhaps ironic, considering its 1000 horsepower engine, the N in NW2 stood for nine hundred horsepower, with the W designating that it was a welded frame locomotive, instead of a cast frame. The Northern Pacific owned 6 of these locomotives as originally purchased from EMD, using them in switching service for two decades before they eventually were moved into the BN fleet. .
Kato EMD F40PH Chicago Regional Transportation HO Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #376562
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EMD F40PH Chicago Regional Transportation

HO Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT376562. America's most recognized modern passenger locomotive, the F40PH is synonymous with the Amtrak era of passenger trains, having been operated by the national service for over 20 years. The locomotive is also used extensively for intercity commuter railroads all over the U.S. Second only to Amtrak's roster, Chicago's Regional Transportation Authority owns the largest number of F40PH locos.
Kato EMD GP35 Phase 1a New York Central ESU HO Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #3730241

EMD GP35 Phase 1a New York Central ESU

HO Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT3730241. This is the HO Scale EMD GP35 Phase 1a New York Central ESU from Kato USA Inc.
Kato EMD GP35 Phase 1a ATSF ESU HO Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #3730221

EMD GP35 Phase 1a ATSF ESU

HO Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT3730221. This is the HO Scale EMD GP35 Phase 1a ATSF ESU from Kato USA Inc.
Kato EMD GP35 Phase 1a ATSF ESU HO Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #3730211

EMD GP35 Phase 1a ATSF ESU

HO Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT3730211. This is the HO Scale EMD GP35 Phase 1a ATSF ESU from Kato USA Inc.
Kato N Emd Sdp40F Atsf 5267 w/snd

N Emd Sdp40F Atsf 5267 w/snd

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Kato N Emd Sdp40F Atsf 5253 w/snd

N Emd Sdp40F Atsf 5253 w/snd

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Kato N Emd Sdp40F Atsf 5250 w/snd

N Emd Sdp40F Atsf 5250 w/snd

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Kato EMD F40PH Virginia Railway Express #V34 N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #1769002
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EMD F40PH Virginia Railway Express #V34

N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT1769002. The EMD F40PH has had a long history throughout the 70's and 80's as a short range passenger locomotive. Being put into service originally on Amtrak, many commuter services purchased locomotives from Amtrak for use on their own local lines. As of 2012, The VRE operates three of these locomotives (V34, V35, and V36) pulling Bi-level cars in and out of the DC metro area, running them alongside their MP36PH brethren as they transport nearly 20,000 riders per day. .
Kato EMD F40PH Virginia Railway Express N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #1769001
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EMD F40PH Virginia Railway Express

N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT1769001. The EMD F40PH has had a long history throughout the 70's and 80's as a short range passenger locomotive. Being put into service originally on Amtrak, many commuter services purchased locomotives from Amtrak for use on their own local lines. As of 2012, The VRE operates three of these locomotives (V34, V35, and V36) pulling Bi-level cars in and out of the DC metro area, running them alongside their MP36PH brethren as they transport nearly 20,000 riders per day. .
Kato N Es44Ac Gevo Cn 2825
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N Es44Ac Gevo Cn 2825

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Kato N Es44Ac Gevo Cn 2801
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N Es44Ac Gevo Cn 2801

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Kato N Es44Ac Gevo Bnsf 5785
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N Es44Ac Gevo Bnsf 5785

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Kato N Es44Ac Gevo Bnsf 5751
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N Es44Ac Gevo Bnsf 5751

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Kato N Ge P42 Amtrak 12 W/dcc

N Ge P42 Amtrak 12 W/dcc

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Kato EMD SD40-2 Early Production Pan Am Railways MEC N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive #1764817
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EMD SD40-2 Early Production Pan Am Railways MEC

N Scale Model Train Diesel Locomotive

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Kato #KAT1764817. As a prototype, the SD40-2 was the most popular second-generation diesel with sales of over 3000 in the U.S. and more than 700 in Canada. There were many variations of this popular diesel because of the long production run - Early units featured an 81 nose, chicken wire grills and a ratchet brake vs. a brake wheel that would be found on later units. Previously Guilford Rail System and headquartered in Massachusetts, GRS purchased the rights to the classic airline name and logo in 1998, changing its name officially in 2006 and adopting the striking blue and white on its locomotive equipment.
Kato N Emd Nw2 Np 106 W/dcc
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N Emd Nw2 Np 106 W/dcc

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