EMD GP9M Santa Fe #2092

This is the EMD GP9M Ready to Run Santa Fe #2092 (Warbonnet, red, silver) HO Scale by Walthers Trainline.

Walthers-Trainline EMD GP9M Santa Fe #2092 Model Train Diesel Locomotive HO Scale #113
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$69.19
 
Retail $79.98  SAVE 13% !
Walthers Trainline Item # wtl113
Features :
  • The Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors was the last major builder to enter the road switcher market, introducing the GP7 (GP for General Purpose) in 1949. In 1954, the more powerful GP9 was unveiled with a 1750 horsepower prime-mover. This became the most successful of the early geeps, with sales of more than 3,800 locos in the U.S. and Canada. As the GP9s were bumped from major freight and passenger trains by newer locos, they began new careers as switchers. Many roads rebuilt them with a low nose to improve forward visibility and they continue to serve in switching, wayfreight and transfer assignments today.
  • This HO Scale model will be a real workhorse on your model railroad, with great features like a heavy diecast metal frame, powerful can motor with flywheel, eight-wheel electrical pick-up and drive, and a working headlight. Fully assembled and ready for service, they come prepainted in a variety of schemes.
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Spotlight Review

 
"Great addition!"
arch127
This Walters EMD GP9M diesel is a nice addition to my growing collection and layout. It runs very smooth and has good steady power, even pulling an incline with 6 cars. I’ve always admired the Warbonnet Red paint scheme and now happy to own this cool engine. Up until now I was pretty much a steam loco guy, however this piece has fostered my new appreciation for diesel. BTW, packaging and shipping by Hobbylinc was done neatly, securely and quick, much appreciated!

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Features

  • The Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of General Motors was the last major builder to enter the road switcher market, introducing the GP7 (GP for General Purpose) in 1949. In 1954, the more powerful GP9 was unveiled with a 1750 horsepower prime-mover. This became the most successful of the early geeps, with sales of more than 3,800 locos in the U.S. and Canada. As the GP9s were bumped from major freight and passenger trains by newer locos, they began new careers as switchers. Many roads rebuilt them with a low nose to improve forward visibility and they continue to serve in switching, wayfreight and transfer assignments today.
  • This HO Scale model will be a real workhorse on your model railroad, with great features like a heavy diecast metal frame, powerful can motor with flywheel, eight-wheel electrical pick-up and drive, and a working headlight. Fully assembled and ready for service, they come prepainted in a variety of schemes.

Specs

  • Walthers-Trainline Product Number: 113
  • Walthers Product Number: 931-113
  • Walthers Catalog: 2015 HO, page 73



Reviews

  
 
"Good buy"
dan.rice724
This is my second locomotive in this series, the other is a GP9M as well but CSX. Good running unit, plenty of pulling power (more than my Bachmann of the same class). If you are running DC it's a good sturdy loco that will serve you well.

 
"Santa Fe All the way."
johncpo41 (www.hobbiesinabarn)
This locomotive rounds out my collection of AT&SF, as I'm a big fan of the now bought out RR. The performance is exceptionally good.

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