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Photographs and descriptions of Eagle River Division motive power.
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A&M ALCO RS-32 #30There is no historic reason for this Arkansas & Missouri Alco to be on the layout. The A&M did not exist prior to 1985. I've been to Springdale, Arkansas to see the A&M in action, and just wanted a model of one of their Alcos. When it became available, I couldn't resist. #30 is seen working the Cargill mill at Sedalia on this bright sunny day on the former MV&P layout.Inactive

A&M RS32 #30

ALCO DL-640 (RS27) #640-3Also known as the RS-27, only 27 DL-640s were built by Alco between 1959 and 1962. Missouri Pacific did not purchase any of these locomotives.

Model is by Proto 2000, with sound.
Photographed on the Molina Sub in front of Midwestern Grain.
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Alco RS27 640-3

ALTON & SOUTHERN EMD MP15DC #1522Atlas model w/QSI sound. Front handrails are missing. Be careful!Active

A&S MP15DC #1522

AMTRAK EMD E8 #251When Amtrak took over passenger rail service in the US in 1971, it inherited locomotives and rolling stock from many different railroads. Amtrak #251 is no exception. It was originally owned by the Richmond, Fredericksburg & Potomac RR as #1006. This locomotive was built in February 1952. Model is by Walthers.Active

Amtrak E8 #251

BURLINGTON-NORTHERN GE C30-7 #5112 The C30-7 was the original "Dash 7" model of the series that would ultimately propel GE into first place in the locomotive manufacturing market, ahead of General Motors' Electro-Motive Division. The C30-7 model was essentially an upgraded U30C, which was part of the company's earlier Universal line. More than 1,100 units were built for both domestic and foreign railroads. HO-scale model is by Atlas. Retired

BN C30-7 #5112

BURLINGTON-NORTHERN GE C30-7 #5509The C30-7 was the original "Dash 7" model of the series that would ultimately propel GE into first place in the locomotive manufacturing market, ahead of General Motors' Electro-Motive Division. The C30-7 model was essentially an upgraded U30C, which was part of the company's earlier Universal line. More than 1,100 units were built for both domestic and foreign railroads. HO-scale model is by Atlas.Retired

BN C30-7 #5509

CHICAGO-NORTHWESTERN EMD MP15DC #1308Atlas model.Active

CNW MP15DC #1308

CHICAGO-NORTHWESTERN EMD MP15DC #1311Atlas model w/sound.Active

CNW MP15DC #1311

EM LEASING EMD GP38-2 #751Power for the 4-axle GP38-2 is provided by an EMD 645E 16-cylinder engine, which generates 2000 horsepower. The MOP owned a total of 326 units, making the GP38-2 the MP's all-time most popular locomotive. Active

EMD GP38-2 #751

FRISCO Alco RS-2 #101The RS-2 originally had a single, 12 cylinder, model 244 engine, developing 1,500 horsepower (1,100 kW). Thirty-one locomotives built by Alco between February and May 1950 had more powerful 1,600 horsepower (1,200 kW) engines.
Seen here with sister locomotive #111 at River Cement on the Eagle River Division.
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SLSF RS2 #101

FRISCO Alco RS-2 #111The RS-2 has a single, 12 cylinder, model 244 engine, developing 1,500 horsepower (1,100 kW). Thirty-one locomotives built by Alco between February and May 1950 had 1,600 horsepower (1,200 kW) engines.

#111 is working River Cement and Sulphur Springs Quarry on the Eagle River Division.
The model is by Atlas. A sound decoder, new horn set, and operating roof beacon was added.
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Frisco RS-2 #111

FRISCO EMD E8 'Big Red' #2020Known as the Racehorse series, Frisco named its EMD E7 and E8 locomotives after famous racehorses. Sea Biscuit, Citation, Steel Dust, Flying Ebony, and Winchester are just a few of the other names.
Model is equipped with a Tsunami Dual Prime Mover sound decoder.
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FRISCO E8 "BIG RED"

FRISCO EMD GP15 #100The EMD GP15-1 is a 4-axle diesel-electric locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division between June 1976 and March 1982. GP18s are generally employed as yard switchers or light road switchers. This locomotive is powered by a 12-cylinder EMD 645E engine, which generates 1,500 hp (1,119 kW).

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Frisco GP15 #100

FRISCO EMD GP15 #123The EMD GP15-1 is a 4-axle diesel-electric locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division between June 1976 and March 1982. GP18s are generally employed as yard switchers or light road switchers. This locomotive is powered by a 12-cylinder EMD 645E engine, which generates 1,500 hp (1,119 kW).
#123 is used as the yard goat at South Park on the Eagle River Division.
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Frisco GP15 #123

FRISCO EMD GP35 #717The Frisco's first order of GP35s had large fuel tanks and air reservoirs "torpedo tubes" on the top of the hood, and were delivered in Black and Yellow. Athearn model.
The GP35 was made from July 1963 until January 1966. Power was provided by an EMD 567D3A 16-cylinder engine which generated 2,500 horsepower.
The Frisco owned 33 GP35s, numbered 700-732.
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FRISCO GP35 #717

FRISCO EMD GP35 #725The Frisco's first order of GP35s had large fuel tanks and air reservoirs "torpedo tubes" on the top of the hood, and were delivered in Black and Yellow. Athearn model.Active

FRISCO GP35 #725

FRISCO EMD GP38 #638The EMD GP38 is a 4-axle road switcher diesel-electric locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division between January 1966 and December 1971. Power was provided by a 2,000 horsepower EMD 645 16-cylinder engine. 706 GP38s were built for North American railroads. Production of the popular GP38-2 began in 1972 as an update to the GP38.
Atlas model. The missing front handrails are around here somewhere...
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FRISCO GP38 #638

FRISCO EMD GP38-2 #683The EMD GP38 is a 4-axle road switcher diesel-electric locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division between January 1966 and December 1971. Power was provided by a 2,000 horsepower EMD 645 16-cylinder engine. 706 GP38s were built for North American railroads. Production of the popular GP38-2 began in 1972 as an update to the GP38.
Athearn model.
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FRISCO FM H-10-44 #274 The FM H-10-44 was a yard switcher produced by Fairbanks-Morse from August, 1944–March, 1950. The units featured a 1,000-horsepower (750 kW), six-cylinder opposed piston engine prime mover, and were configured in a B-B wheel arrangement mounted atop a pair of two-axle AAR Type-A switcher trucks, with all axles powered. Many H-10-44s received modifications that increased their horsepower rating to 1,200 hp (890 kW).
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SLSF H10-44 #274

FRISCO SW1500 #364The EMD SW1500 began production in July, 1966, succeeding its predecessor model the SW1200. Equipped with EMD's 12-cylinder, 645E model prime mover, the SW1500 was the most powerful of the SW series. It was capable of producing 1,500 horsepower.Active

SLSF #123 passes yard switcher #364.

FRISCO U30B #846 GE began production of the U30B in December, 1966. It was a powerful four-axle locomotive that looked almost identical to the U28B except for some minor body changes. With a tractive effort rating of 70,000 pounds starting and 64,000 pounds continuous, and powered by GE's standard 4-cycle FDL16 prime mover, it could produce 3,000 horsepower. The U30B model was produced until March 1975.
In the photo, #846 and 851 have just crossed Frisco Ave, pulling trailer train #SPL - the Special Lady - on the Eagle River Division layout.
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FRISCO U30B #851 GE began production of the U30B in December, 1966. It was a powerful four-axle locomotive that looked almost identical to the U28B except for some minor body changes. With a tractive effort rating of 70,000 pounds starting and 64,000 pounds continuous, and powered by GE's standard 4-cycle FDL16 prime mover, it could produce 3,000 horsepower. The U30B model was produced until March 1975.
Photo shows #851 & #846 crossing Frisco Ave on the Eagle River Division layout.
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Frisco U30B #851

KATY Baldwin S12 #33Similar in size and mechanics to Baldwin's S-8, but with increased horsepower, this model sold relatively well for the company as numerous railroads and private industries purchased the model during the 1950's. The S-12 switcher was revered for its ability to out-pull nearly anything in its class (a Baldwin trademark). Model by Bowser. TCS Wow-sound decoder. Seen here working the Purina Mills plant at Oak Hill, on the ERD Layout.Active

MKT S-12 #33

KATY F7 #77AEMD's F7 was a 1,500 horsepower (1,100 kW) Diesel-electric locomotive produced between February 1949 and December 1953. A total of 2,366 cab-equipped lead units and 1,483 cabless-booster or B units were built. This model is by Athearn.Active

MKT F7 #77-A

KATY GP7 #114The EMD GP7 is a four-axle road switcher diesel-electric locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division and General Motors Diesel between October, 1949 and May 1954. The Katy had 33 GP7s on their roster according to Wikipedia. Model is by Atlas.Active

MKT GP7 #114

KATY SW1500 #51Photo: Katy #51 shoves a covered hopper into the Oak Hill MFA elevator spur, on the Eagle River Division layout.

EMD began production of the SW1500 in July, 1966 using EMD's 12-cylinder, 645E model prime mover. At 1500 horsepower, it was the most powerful of EMD's SW line.
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MKT SW1500 #51 backs a Katy covered hopper into Oak Hill MFA.

KATY SW1500 #54This model is manufactured by Broadway Limited. It looks nice but runs so poorly that it cannot be used.Inactive

MKT SW1500 #54

KATY U23B #352The GE U23B was introduced in 1968 as a medium horsepower road switcher. It featured a 12 cylinder FDL engine, and was one of the most successful models of General Electric's Universal Series. 481 units were built, including 16 exported to Peru, from 1968 through 1977. It was replaced by the B23-7 model. Only 3 of these locomotives were owned by the M-K-T. Model by Atlas. Active

MKT U23B #352

MOPAC 2-8-0 #92Although steam breathed it's final breath on the MP in 1955, this single lone engine has somehow survived the scrapper's torch on the MV&P. It's only brought out for special ocassions, but it still runs (and sounds great, thanks to a Soundtraxx decoder.) Photographed on the former MV&P layout.Excursions

MP 2-8-0 #92

MOPAC 4-8-2 #5308Between 1921 and 1930 the MoPac took delivery of nineteen class MT-73 "Mountains" from ALCO. These locomotives arrived in four batches: road numbers 5308 through 5312 were part of the first batch that were delivered in 1921. The last five class MT-73s to arrive in 1930 had 27 x 30 cylinders, 73" drivers, a 250 psi boiler pressure and exerted 63,662 lbs of tractive effort. Display

MP 4-8-2 #5308

MOPAC Alco FA #345Alco produced 1,354 FA & FB units between January 1946 and May 1959. The locomotives were built by a partnership of ALCO and GE in Schenectady, New York. The Alco FA & FB were especially prevalent on the Omaha division. MP traded in it's obsolete FA and FB Alcos to EMD for additional GP 18's in 1963. Image: On the former MV&P layout.Inactive

MP FA #345

MOPAC Alco FA-FB2 #353Alco produced 1,354 FA & FB units between January 1946 and May 1959. The locomotives were built by a partnership of ALCO and GE in Schenectady, New York. The Alco FA & FB were especially prevalent on the Omaha division.
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MP FA #353

MOPAC Alco PA #48Designed to haul passenger trains, the PA units were built in Schenectady, New York in the United States by a partnership of the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) and General Electric (GE) between June, 1946 and December, 1953. MP owned 8 PA-1s and 29 PA-2s. This model PA #48 on the layout was a "victim" of the 1961 repainting of all units in the Jenks Blue paint scheme.

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MP PA #48

MOPAC Alco PA #8007Designed to haul passenger trains, the PA units were built in Schenectady, New York in the United States by a partnership of the American Locomotive Company (ALCO) and General Electric (GE) between June, 1946 and December, 1953. MP owned 8 PA-1s and 29 PA-2s. This model PA #8007 on the layout is still adorned with the handsome Robert Loewy designed Eagles blue and gray paint scheme.Retired

MP PA #8007

MOPAC Alco RS-3 #4502The MOP owned a total of 30 Alco RS-3 "Road-Switchers". Delivered in Eagle colors, the relatively small number of RS3s would last well into the 1970's, thanks to a rebuild program with EMD motors between 1964-1967.

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MP Alco RS3 Number 4502

MOPAC Alco RS-11 #4610The first RS-11s were produced by ALCO in early 1956. Classified by ALCO as model DL-701, it was their replacement for the popular RS-3 road switcher. Featuring a V-12, 1,800 hp (1,300 kW) 251B diesel engine, the RS-11 was designed to compete with EMD's GP9. The turbocharged RS-11 accelerated faster, had a higher tractive effort rating and typically used less fuel than the competition. Active

MP RS11 #4610

MOPAC Alco RS-11 #4612The twelve 1800 hp RS 11's produced in October-November of 1959 (#4601-4612) would be the last order the MP would purchase from Alco. In 1964-65, all 12 were repowered with GM 567-V16's and termed GP16's.

#4612 is seen here next to the loading shed of the Cargill plant in Westburg, on the Molina Sub in 1963.

The model is by Atlas. TCS WowSound decoder and mother-board added.

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Mopac Alco RS11 #4612 at Ferritin City Steel

MOPAC Baldwin VO-1000 #9119 The Baldwin VO-1000 was a diesel-electric locomotive (switcher) built by Baldwin Locomotive Works between January, 1939 and December, 1946. #9119 is seen at Ferritin City Steel.
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Mopac VO-1000 #9119

MOPAC EMD #1537 MD15-DCThe EMD MP15-DC was a 1,500 hp (1,100 kW) switcher-type diesel locomotive model produced by General Motors' Electro-Motive Division between March 1974 and January 1983. It replaced the SW1500 in EMD's catalog, and is superficially very similar to the predecessor model, using effectively the same engine (a V12 EMD 645-series powerplant) in a similar design of hood and bodywork. Mopac purchased 66 of these, which were distributed throughout the system.
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Mopac MP15DC #1537

MOPAC EMD BL2 #4104Built in April 1948 and September 1948, MoPac purchased eight BL2's, #4104-4111. All were retired in 1962 and traded in for GP18's #534-549. These units never wore Jenks blue.
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MP BL2 #4104

MOPAC EMD E8 #7021The EMD E8 was a 2,250-horsepower passenger-train locomotive manufactured by General Motors' Electro-Motive Division (EMD) of La Grange, Illinois. The cab version, or E8A, was manufactured from August 1949 to January 1954. A total of 450 were built.Display

Mopac E8 #7021

MOPAC EMD F3 #571The EMD F3 was a 1,500-horsepower freight- and passenger-hauling diesel locomotive produced between July 1945 and February 1949 by General Motors’ Electro-Motive Division. Final assembly was at GM-EMD's La Grange, Illinois plant. A total of 1,111 cab-equipped lead A units and 696 cabless booster B units were built.Active

MP F3 #571

MOPAC EMD F7A #622The EMD F7 was a 1,500 Diesel-electric locomotive produced between February 1949 and December 1953 EMD. The F7 can be considered the zenith of the cab unit freight diesels. It powered some of the most famous trains in North America, and could be seen on American rails into the 1970's.Active

MP F7 #622

MOPAC EMD GP7 #179Owner of 272 units, the 'General Purpose' 7 was used everwhere across the Mopac system, and wore three different paint schemes. A few battle-hardened units even hung on until the company's merger with Union Pacific in the mid-1980's.
High-nosed #179 was modeled from an undecorated Proto 2000 shell.
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MOPAC GP7 #179

MOPAC EMD GP7 #1600The EMD GP7 is a four-axle road switcher diesel-electric locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division and General Motors Diesel between October, 1949 and May 1954. No other freight locomotive was more representative of the MoPac during this era than the omnipresent GP7. Model is an Athearn Genesis with Tsunami2 sound. Seen here after dark at the Ferritin City Steel Mill, on the Eagle River Division.Active

MP GP7 #1600

MOPAC EMD GP7 #4121The EMD GP7 is a four-axle road switcher diesel-electric locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division and General Motors Diesel between October, 1949 and May 1954. No other freight locomotive was more representative of the MoPac during this era than the omnipresent GP7. Active

MP GP7 #4121

MOPAC EMD GP7 #4125Owner of 272 units, the 'General Purpose' 7 was used everwhere across the Mopac system, and wore three different paint schemes. A few battle-hardened units even hung on until the company's merger with Union Pacific in the mid-1980's. Active

Mopac EMD GP7 4125

MOPAC EMD GP7 #4252The GP7 was known as a first-generation, General Purpose (GP) road switcher. #4252 is one of five Proto 2000 GP7s riding the rails on the MV&P.

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Mopac #4252

MOPAC EMD GP7 #4255The GP7 was known as a first-generation, General Purpose (GP) road switcher. #4255 is one of five Proto 2000 GP7s riding the rails on the MV&P.

#4255 was designed with a steam generator for passenger service. as a result, the air resevoir tanks have been relocated to the roof of the locomotive, over the prime mover. These were nicknamed "torpedo tubes". Moving the tanks to the roof allowed the fuel and water tank capacity to be increased.
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Mopac #4255

MOPAC EMD GP9 #4339The EMD GP9 is a 4-axle diesel-electric locomotive built by General Motors' Electro-Motive Division in the United States, and General Motors Diesel in Canada between January, 1954, and August, 1963. US production ended in December 1959, and the last two to be built in Canada were finished in August 1963. Power was provided by an EMD 567C sixteen-cylinder engine which generated 1,750 horsepower.
Excluding other MOP-owned roads, the MP had 40 GP9s numbered 4332-4371.
This is an Athearn model equipped with Tsunami sound.
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Mopac GP9 #4339

MOPAC EMD GP18 #4815MP took delivery of 151 EMD GP18s between April 1960 and January 1963. They were delivered in both high-nosed and low-nosed versions.Active
MOPAC EMD GP18 #4822MP took delivery of 151 EMD GP18s between April 1960 and January 1963. They were delivered in both high-nosed and low-nosed versions.

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Mopac EMD GP7 4822

MOPAC EMD GP18 #4824MP took delivery of 151 EMD GP18s between April 1960 and January 1963. They were delivered in both high-nosed and low-nosed versions.Active
MOPAC EMD GP18 BicentennialApproximately 38 railroads had a bicentennial scheme in honor of and celebrating America's 200th birthday in 1976. Mopac's bicentennial units were repainted in a very striking scheme designed by Mechanical Engineer Daryl W. Favignano (MPRR 1974-1986). #1976 was originally MP GP18u #481.

The Proto 2000 model was repainted and Oddballs decals were applied.

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EMD GP18 #1976

MOPAC EMD GP38 #855Purchased in late 1966, the Mopac would only own a total of six 2,000 hp GP 38 diesels. Originally numbered #572-577, these units were later renumbered #2002-2007.
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MP GP38 #855

MOPAC EMD GP38-2 #2016Power for the 4-axle GP38-2 is provided by an EMD 645E 16-cylinder engine, which generates 2000 horsepower. The MOP owned a total of 326 units, making the GP38-2 the MP's all-time most popular locomotive.
Athearn model.
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MP GP38-2 #2016

MOPAC EMD GP38-2 #2111Power for the 4-axle GP38-2 is provided by an EMD 645E 16-cylinder engine, which generates 2000 horsepower. The MOP owned a total of 326 units, making the GP38-2 the MP's all-time most popular locomotive.
Athearn Genesis model.
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MP GP38-2 #2111

MOPAC EMD GP38-2 #2115Power for the 4-axle GP38-2 is provided by an EMD 645E 16-cylinder engine, which generates 2000 horsepower. The MOP owned a total of 326 units, making the GP38-2 the MP's all-time most popular locomotive.
Image: passing Lonesome Pine National Forest on the Eagle River Division.
Athearn Genesis model.
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MP GP382 #2115

MOPAC EMD GP38-2 #2117Power for the 4-axle GP38-2 is provided by an EMD 645E 16-cylinder engine, which generates 2000 horsepower. The MOP owned a total of 326 units, making the GP38-2 the MP's all-time most popular locomotive.
No photo available yet for #2117 so sister locomotive #2115 is filling in for now. Athearn Genesis model.
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MP GP38-2 #2115

MOPAC EMD GP38-2 #2153Power for the 4-axle GP38-2 is provided by an EMD 645E 16-cylinder engine, which generates 2000 horsepower. The MOP owned a total of 326 units, making the GP38-2 the MP's all-time most popular locomotive.
Image: On the Beaver Cove Sub behind Crooked Scrap Metals. Model is an Atlas Trainman w/sound decoder.
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MP GP38-2 #2153

MOPAC EMD GP38-2 #2326Power for the 4-axle GP38-2 is provided by an EMD 645E 16-cylinder engine, which generates 2000 horsepower. The MOP owned a total of 326 units, making the GP38-2 the MP's all-time most popular locomotive.
Image: On the Beaver Cove Sub behind Crooked Scrap Metals. Athearn Genesis model, behind the fence of Midwest Scrap & Metal.
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MP GP38-2 #2326

MOPAC EMD SW9 #9178The EMD SW9 is a diesel switcher locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division between December 1950 and December 1953. Power was provided by an EMD 567B 12-cylinder engine, producing 1,200 horsepower (895 kW). MP owned 22 of these locomotives. They were numbered 9170 to 9191.
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Mopac 9178

MOPAC F7A #801The EMD F7 was a 1,500 Diesel-electric locomotive produced between February 1949 and December 1953 EMD. The F7 can be considered the zenith of the cab unit freight diesels. It powered some of the most famous trains in North America, and could be seen on American rails into the 1970's.Active

MP F7 #801

MOPAC GE U23B 2254 GE-built U23Bs, along with the U30 C's were the first units for MoPac to order from a manufacturer other than EMD. Featuring a 12 cylinder 2250 hp FDL engine, it was one of the most successful models of the Universal Series, with railroads ordering it from 1968 until 1977.

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MP U23B #2254

MOPAC GE U23B 2255GE-built U23Bs, along with the U30 C's were the first units for MoPac to order from a manufacturer other than EMD. Featuring a 12 cylinder 2250 hp FDL engine, it was one of the most successful models of the Universal Series, with railroads ordering it from 1968 until 1977. Active

MP U23B #2255

MOPAC GP38 #2002Purchased in late 1966, the Mopac would only own a total of six 2,000 hp GP 38 diesels. Originally numbered #572-577, these units were later renumbered #2002-2007. This HO-scale model is by Concor.
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Mopac #2002

MOPAC GP50 #3512The GP50 was only marginally successful for EMD when compared to earlier designs like the GP40 and GP38 series. Railroads had begun to prefer six-axle power over four-axles by the time the models were released beginning in 1980. Only a few hundred of each were ever built for six different Class I roads. Athearn model.Inactive

MP GP50 #3512

MOPAC SD40 #707MP SD40 was built by EMD in 1967. It came with a 16-cylinder, V-Type turbocharged 645-E3 prime mover capable of 3000 HP,and sported a 62:15 gear ratio. It was among the first twenty SD-40s the Mopac purchased. Photographed on the former MV&P layout.Active

MP SD40 #707

MOPAC SD40-2 #3099The 3,000 hp SD40-2 was equipped with a 645E3 16-cylinder prime mover. Their HT-C (High Traction C-C) trucks were a notable improvement over the SD40. These locomotives were easy to maintain, achieved high speeds, and had lots of traction and plenty of muscle. Intermountain model w/sound.Active

SD40-2

MOPAC SD40-2 #3308The 3,000 hp SD40-2 was equipped with a 645E3 16-cylinder prime mover. Their HT-C (High Traction C-C) trucks were a notable improvement over the SD40. These locomotives were easy to maintain, achieved high speeds, and had lots of traction and plenty of muscle. Model is an Athearn.Active

MP SD40-2 #3308

MOPAC SW-1500 Switcher #1503Missouri Pacific purchased it's first diesel locomotive in 1931. It was a Plymouth yard engine, bought for MoPac subsidiary NO&LC.
The EMD SW1500 was a 1,500 hp diesel locomotive intended for switching service; 808 units were built from June 1966 to January 1974.
#1503 is seen on the main with a couple of covered hoppers.
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MP SW1500 #1503

MOPAC SW-1500 Switcher #1520Missouri Pacific purchased it's first diesel locomotive in 1931. It was a Plymouth yard engine, bought for MoPac subsidiary NO&LC.

The EMD SW1500 was a 1,500 hp diesel locomotive intended for switching service. Built from June 1966 to January 1974, 808 units were constructed. It was closely related to the less powerful EMD SW1000 model, but powered by the new EMD 645 engine. The SW1500 replaced the SW1200 in the EMD product line. Later, it was in turn replaced by the MP15DC. MV&P Image.
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MP SW1500 #1520

Peabody Coal RS-3 #702The ALCO RS-3 is a 1,600 hp (1.2 MW), B-B road switcher diesel-electric locomotive manufactured by American Locomotive Company (ALCO) and Montreal Locomotive Works (MLW) from May 1950 to August 1956. 1,418 were produced — 1,265 for American railroads, 98 for Canadian railroads, 48 for Brazilian and 7 for Mexican railroads. It has a single, 12 cylinder, model 244 engine.
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Alco RS3

Rio Grande GP40 #3084The GP40 is a 4-axle diesel-electric road-switcher locomotive built by General Motors EMD from November 1965 to December 1971. It has an EMD 645E3 16-cylinder engine generating 3,000 hp (2,240 kW).
It is rare to see Rio Grande power on the Eagle River Division. Atlas Master Series model.
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RG GP40 #3084

SANTA FE GP7 #2684High-nosed GP7 #2684. Currently, there is no Santa Fe power operating on the Eagle River Division. Inactive

ATSF GP7 #2684

SOUTHERN EMD GP38-2 #5025Athearn Genesis model.Active
SOUTHERN EMD GP38-2 #5034Athearn Genesis model w/WOW sound decoder.Active

Southern GP38-2 #5034

UP EMD E8 #926Proto 2000 model.Display

UP E8 #926

UP GE B23-7 #4619The B23-7 of the late 1970s was GE's first four-axle model of its new "Dash 7" line. It featured upgraded equipment and electronics from the earlier Universal line. This Atlas model w/sound features the short-lived post-merger paint scheme with Harbor Mist gray trucks and an Armour Yellow car body. It is the only active model on the ERD with this somewhat unpopular paint scheme.Active

UP B23-7 #4619

UP SD70ACe #1982The EMD/Progress Rail SD70ACe is a six-axle, 4300 horsepower, AC-traction diesel locomotive. It was first was produced from 2005-2015. Union Pacific #1982 is part of the Heritage Fleet. This Athearn Genesis model was photographed on the Ozarks Model Railroad layout.Display

UP SD70Ace #1982

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