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Walthers #920-41610 Diesel EMD SD9 w/Tsunami Sound & DCC -- Burlington Northern Santa Fe #6145 (Patch, Cascade Green, black)

Walthers #920-41610  Diesel EMD SD9 w/Tsunami Sound & DCC -- Burlington Northern Santa Fe #6145 (Patch, Cascade Green, black)
  • Manufacture: Model Train Specials
  • Category: Diesel Locomotive
  • Number: 920-41610
  • Scale: HO
  • Price: $239.99
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* In Service 1954 - Present

* New Road Specific Details as Appropriate

Correct Horn Style & Placement

Correct Truck Journals & Other Details

Pilots With or Without Footboards

Add-On Superdetails

* 14:1 Helical Gears for Ultra-Quiet & Smooth Running

* Easy Multiple Unit Operation

* Superb Paint & Lettering

* Metal Grab Irons & Lift Rings

* LED Constant & Directional Headlights

* Five-Pole, Skew-Wound, High-Torque, High-Efficiency Can Motor

* Proto MAX(TM) Metal Knuckle Couplers

The debut of the SD9 in 1954 marked the next step forward for EMD's Special Duty line of six-axle diesels. Except for the placement of the class lamps, the SD9 looked almost the same as the SD7 introduced in 1952. But under the hood, the new 567C prime mover delivered 1,750 horsepower. While four-axle power still dominated overall sales, the SD's were soon drawing well-deserved attention. In service, the three-axle Flexicoil trucks delivered almost twice the pulling power of their GP counterparts, proving ideal for demanding assignments in helper, yard, transfer and heavy freight service. With its weight spread over six axles, the SD9 was also well suited to lightly built routes, and many of were purchased especially for branch line duties. By the time production ended in 1959, 515 SD9s were in service on over a dozen railroads. Some are still going strong after 50+ years of service!



Models are based on phase 2 prototypes as they appeared from approximately August 1979 to January 1982 and feature:

* Short Hood Forward Operation

* Two-Color End Handrails

* Modern Style Coupler Cut Lever

* Ladder on Right Side of Short Hood End

* Winterization Hatch

* Dynamic Brakes

* Roller Bearing Journals

* Leslie Single Mount A-200 & S-2M Horns

* Round Cab Roof Vent

* Large Sinclair Antenna

* Large Beacon (Nonoperating)

* No Footboards On Pilots

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