First built for Union Pacific in the late 1980's by General Electric, the DASH 8-40C diesel locomotives were identified by an enlarged exhaust stack and the mounting of the dynamic brake grids in a square-like unit behind the cab, which housed an enlarged equipment blower fan. These six-axle, 4,000 hp engines are still in service today in North America.
|Roadnumber May Vary||No|
|Engine Style||Dash 8 - Dash 8-32 - Dash 8-40|
|Engine Electronics||DCC Ready|
|Road Name||Rock Island|
|Catalog||Atlas Summer 2022|