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EMD built the E-Units between 1937 through 1963. Originally the name E unit referred to the fact that these units boasted of eighteen hundred horsepower. This designation remained throughout the E unit production even though later models incorporated higher horsepower ratings. Due to the technology of the time, E units like many locomotives used multiple units to achieve the required power. EMD offered cabled units called B or booster units. Some railroads ordered AB, ABB or ABA units depending on power needs.E6s were manufactured by EMD in La Grange, Illinois, between the years 1939 and 1941. To achieve 2,000 horsepower, EMD combined two 1,000 horsepower, 12 cylinder, model 567 engines inside of the engine compartment.
  • All new Paragon2 sound and control system
  • Integral DC/DCC dual mode decoder for ease of operation on any layout
  • Industry best slow speed operation in DC and DCC
  • Prototypical light operation with headlight, cab light, rear light and Mars light (where applicable)
  • Authentic EMD E-Unit sounds - Controllable in DC and DCC
  • All-wheel drive and all-wheel electrical pick-up
  • 2 Operating knuckle couplers
  • Factory installed engineer and fireman figures
  • Near brass-caliber detail at a plastic price

Product Specifications:

  • ABS plastic body with heavy die cast chassis for maximum tractive force
  • Precision gearing optimized for smooth operation
  • 5-pole can motor with skew wound armature and dual fly wheels
  • Separately applied handrails, ladders, horns, bell, and more
  • Will operate on code 70, 83 and 100 rail
  • Recommended minimum radius: 18"