This page features a current roster summary of all the currently active Norfolk Southern diesel locomotives, with links to detailed unit-by-unit rosters for each group.
Paragon2 EMD SD40-2. ... 2720 EMD SD40-2, Unpainted, Paragon2 Sound/DC/DCC, HO (includes option for dynamic brake) ... Broadway Limited Imports: The Cutting Edge ... This locomotive and the SD45T-2 are popularly called tunnel motors, but EMD's term is SD40-2s with "cooling system modifications" because they were designed for better engine cooling in mountainous areas.
b-2 fl91800 f2a f7a f9a f40c f40ph ftb f2b f7b f9b f40ph-2 1800b-b fp7 fp9 f40ph-2m f40ph-2c f3b sd45x a1 a2 e7a e8a e9a sdl39 sd40x aem7 eb e3a e8b e1a e3b e5a sd9 sdp40 sdp40f sd40-255 e1b e5b sd40 sd45t-2 sd40x sd50 e2a e4a sd45-2 sd50-s sd50-f e2b e4b sd2b sdp45 sd40-2 e6a sd35 sd38 sd38-2 sd60 e6b sdp35 sd38ac sd60f dd35b dd35a dda40x Jan 08, 2012 · I know that newer locomotive have been tration to HP ratios, so that would not be the reason why the SD40-2 is great. Could the greatness of the SD40 be that 3000hp is a perfect segment of HP to build up a consist with because in some situations 400hp segments might be either too much or too little.
The Electro-Motive Division's SD40 and SD40-2 have become icons, even in their own time! So successful was the series that one can spot them virtually any place on practically any given train (Class Is included), even today, nearly 30 years after the last SD40-2 rolled off of the assembly line! And you've figured out that instead of storing all the information in the base chip, RLC PT2 references a locomotive config file and gets the information from there. Unless a bone-stock SD40 is everything you will ever want to model, you're probably thinking, "Can we please get more configs?" We ... Most modern, diesel-electric locomotives manufactured by EMD (beginning with the GP30) are often hard to distinguish from one another, and often have parts or components which are hard to identify. A detailed diagram of a BN SD40-2ECO: an early LNG (light natural gas) demonstrator, which has distinct flared radiators like that of an SD45. The SD45 is a six-axle road switcher diesel-electric locomotive built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division between 1965–1971. It has an EMD 645E3 twenty-cylinder engine generating 3,600 hp (2,680 kW) on the same frame as the EMD SD38, EMD SD39, EMD SD40, and EMD SDP40.