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New Roadnames & Numbers PROTO 2000®


In Stock QSI® Sound & DCC $259.98  Standard DC $169.98 PROTO FASTFACTS™


By 1954 railroads were buying diesels as fast as EMD could build them, and customer demand for more powerful units carried over into the switcher market as well. With the introduction of the new 567C prime mover that year, EMD rolled out it’s new 1200- horsepower SW9/1200 model which shared the same basic body (with minor variations) and power rating with its predecessor, the SW9 (which had a 567B prime mover). SW9/1200s were produced through 1966 when earlier GPs began taking over yard chores, but these later SW models lead long lives with many still serving shortline and industrial roads long after “retirement” by the original owners.


B&O Phase 3: 1957 to early 60s


BN Phase 2: Mid-1970s to early 80s


• Limited Edition — One Time Run of These Unit Numbers • Roadname-Specific Detailing • Heavy Die Cast Chassis for Maximum Traction • 5-Pole Skew-Wound Armature Motor • Helical Gears for Silent Running • Machined-Brass Flywheels • Low Speed Under 3 Scale MPH • LED Constant & Directional Headlights • Available with Factory-Installed QSI Sound & DCC • Proto MAX™


Metal Knuckle Couplers


MILW Phase 1: Early 1970s to early 80s


PRR Phase 3: 1957 to early 60s


• 5 Battery Box Louvers Per Side • Dual Lens Headlights • 3-Stanchion Front & Rear Handrails • Standard Size Fuel Tank • Leslie Two-Chime Horn • Square Truck Journal Boxes • Front & Rear Pilot Grab Irons • Footboard Pilots


920-41424 #9616 QSI Sound & DCC 920-41425 #9619 QSI Sound & DCC 920-48424 #9614 Standard DC 920-48425 #9620 Standard DC


• 5 Battery Box Louvers Per Side • Dual Lens Headlights • Two Color 3-Stanchion Front & Rear Handrails


• Standard Size Fuel Tank • Leslie A-200 Horn • Firecracker Radio Antenna • Large Flattop Beacon (Nonoperating) • Square Truck Journal Boxes • Front & Rear Pilot Grab Irons • Footboard Pilots


920-41426 #233 QSI Sound & DCC 920-41427 #236 QSI Sound & DCC 920-48426 #231 Standard DC 920-48427 #237 Standard DC


• 6 Battery Box Louvers Per Side • Dual Lens Headlights • Two Color 3-Stanchion Front & Rear Handrails


• Large Fuel Tank • Leslie A-200 Horn • Square Truck Journal Boxes • Front & Rear Pilot Grab Irons • Front & Rear MU Stands • No Footboards on Pilots


920-41428 #644 QSI Sound & DCC 920-41429 #647 QSI Sound & DCC 920-48428 #637 Standard DC 920-48429 #642 Standard DC


• 5 Battery Box Louvers Per Side • Dual Lens Headlights • Two Color 3-Stanchion Front & Rear Handrails


• Large Fuel Tank • Leslie S-3l (Three Forward Chime) Horn


• Square Truck Journal Boxes • Front & Rear Pilot Grab Irons • Footboard Pilots


920-41430 #7925 QSI Sound & DCC 920-41431 #7934 QSI Sound & DCC 920-48430 #7922 Standard DC 920-48431 #7930 Standard DC


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