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Congress enacted the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 and we must now note that these ARE NOT TOYS, AND ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE BY CHILDREN UNDER AGE OF 14. These products are Model Railroad Equipment and Accessories intended for use by adults.
EMD F7A and F7B Units
Features on F7A & F7B units produced after 2012: Features found on All F7A & F7B units:
• Both A and B units Powered
• User installed Windshield & Windows
• Separately applied and detailed Air Horns
• Fine Details
• Detailed Printing
• F7A and F7B Units
• Magne-Matic Knuckle Couplers
• Body Mounted Couplers
• Jewel Case
Powered Chassis
#MTL-980 99 008   Powered Chassis  
  • Released 2017
  $85.00 retail ea. • $68.00
F7 Chassis

#980 99 008
• Includes one powered F7 Chassis
• Built in 1949-1952 by Electro Motive Division (EMD)
• They were powered by 4,500 HP 567 EMD diesel engines
WWII Nose Art Series
#MTL-980 01 530   U.S.A.A.C.  
  • Released April 2014
  $109.95 retail ea. • $87.96
F7A   #1945

#980 01 530
Olive drab with gold stenciling and blue, red, white and gold U.S. Army Air Corps logo. This F7 A-unit features WWII nose art called “Sentimental Journey” with a rendering of the iconic Betty Grable. The road number 1945 was the year “The Big One” ended.
Union Pacific
#980 01 010   UP   Released Mid-May 2014
  F7A • $129.95 retail ea.
  F7B • $99.95   retail ea. • $79.96
F7A   #1478

#980 01 010
F7B   #1478

#980 02 010
Paitned UP Yellow with red horizontal stripes flanking the yellow bands. The roofs and ends are painted gray. Lettering is red and outlined in black. These exciting releases represent the livery of the multi-colored Union Pacific F-Series locomotives. Equipped with Blomberg trucks, many of these 1951 UP units joined the immense F3 fleet and some of the F3s, including these locos, were improved to F7 standards.
Union Pacific
#MTL-980 01 011   Union Pacific
  F7A • $139.95 retail ea.   • $111.96
  F7B • $114.95 retail ea.   • $91.96
• Released Mid-December 2016
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$382.35 Save 5% more!
F7A   #1426

#980 01 011
$111.96
F7A   #1449

#980 01 012
$111.96
F7B   #1426

#980 02 011
$91.96
F7B   #1449

#980 02 012
$91.96
MTL
Paitned UP Yellow with red horizontal stripes flanking the yellow bands. The roofs and ends are painted gray. Lettering is red and outlined in black. These exciting releases represent the livery of the multi-colored Union Pacific F-Series locomotives. Equipped with Blomberg trucks, many of these 1951 UP units joined the immense F3 fleet and some of the F3s, including these locos, were improved to F7 standards.
Pennsylvania RR
#MTL-980 01 021   Pennsylvania
  F7A • $119.95 retail ea.   • $95.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released September 2017
• Buy the 3-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Three Pack

F7A-F7B-F7A
$262.39 Save 5% more!
F7A   #9832A

#980 01 021
$95.96
F7A   #9835A

#980 01 022
$95.96
F7B   #9834B

#980 02 020
$87.96
MTL
These powered F7A and powered F7B units were built by Electro Motive Division (EMD) and are painted Tuscan Red with buff lettering. Pennsylvania began acquiring F7’s between mid-1949 and 1952. Their F7 fleet was used in both mainline passenger service and later on priority freights. Most units survived over 20 years, continuing into the Penn-Central merger.
New York Central
#980 01 030   NYC   Released Mid-Feb 2013
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea.
  F7B • $94.95   retail ea. • $75.96
F7A   #1641

#980 01 030
F7B   #2442

#980 02 030
These locos were built in 1949-1952 by Electro Motive Division (EMD). They are painted black with gray lightning stripes. Promoting itself as the ‘Water Level Route, NYC added 238 F-7 freight cabs during this time. They were powered by 4,500 HP 567 EMD diesel engines.
Southern Pacific
#980 01 040   SP   Released Mid-Aug 2013
  F7A • $129.95 retail ea.   $103.96
  F7B • $94.95   retail ea.   • $75.96  
F7A   #6325

#980 01 040
F7B   #8219

#980 02 040
These A and B unit F7 locomotives...The Southern Pacific, now the Union Pacific, was one of the largest railroads in the U.S., ranking third only behind Pennsylvania and New York Central in operating revenue and second behind Santa Fe in route mileage, with over 11,000 miles of railway from Chicago, south to New Orleans, and west to San Francisco and Portland, OR. The Union Pacific & Southern Pacific merged Sept. 11, 1996.
Pennsylvania RR
#980 01 090   PRR   Released June 2013
  F7A • $99.95 retail ea.
  F7B • $94.95 retail ea.
F7A   #9646A

#980 01 090
F7B   #9646B

#980 02 090
Pennsy acquired 116 F7As and 76 F7Bs between mid-1949 and early '52. The units were not sequentially numbered as purchased. Passenger was handled by the maroon painted F7s, while the Brunswick Green F7s pulled freight. The lettering and the single stripe is buff with the PRR keystone in red and buff. The Pennsy fleet of F7s handled the preference freights giving 20 years of service, with some units passing into the Penn Central merger.
Pennsylvania RR
#980 01 090   PRR   Released July 2014
  F7A • $99.95 retail ea.   • $79.96
  F7B • $94.95 retail ea.   • $75.96
F7A   #9878A

#980 01 090
F7B   #9878B

#980 02 090
Pennsy acquired 116 F7As and 76 F7Bs between mid-1949 and early '52. The units were not sequentially numbered as purchased. Passenger was handled by the maroon painted F7s, while the Brunswick Green F7s pulled freight. The lettering and the single stripe is buff with the PRR keystone in red and buff. The Pennsy fleet of F7s handled the preference freights giving 20 years of service, with some units passing into the Penn Central merger.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
#MTL-980 01 101   Santa Fe
  F7A • $134.95 retail ea.   • $107.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released Mid-April 2015
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$367.35 Save 5% more!
F7A   #325

#980 01 101
$107.96
F7A   #329

#980 01 102
$107.96
F7B   #341A

#980 02 105
$87.96
F7B   #326A

#980 02 106
$87.96
MTL
These ATSF powered F7A and powered F7B units were built by General Motors EMD in 1951. After Amtrak began operation in 1971, Santa Fe reassigned some of the dual-purpose F7’s to freight service only. They were repainted in a blue version of the Red Warbonnet scheme. In 1977 these units were rebuilt as CF7 hoods.
Canadian Pacific
#980 01 120   CP   Released Mid-March 2017
  F7A • $139.95 retail ea. • $111.96
  F7B • $114.95 retail ea. • $91.96
F7A   #1434

#980 01 120
F7B   #1914

#980 02 120
These F7 A & B units are painted tuscan red with a grey band and nose. Built in the early 1950s, these EMD locomotives were used on Canadian Pacific passenger trains. Founded in 1881 and headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canadian Pacific owns approximately 14,000 miles of track all across Canada and into the United States.
Canadian Pacific
#980 01 120   CP   Released Mid-Sept 2013
  F7A • $135.95 retail ea.   • $108.76
  F7B • $99.95   retail ea.
F7A   #1400

#980 01 120
F7B   #1900

#980 02 120
Built by GMD as FP7A 4099 in 1953, This F7 was renumbered to CP 1400 in 1954. Sold to VIA Rail Canada (Canadian National’s passenger subsidiary) in 1978, she became VIA 1400, then was renumbered to VIA 6550 in 1981. She was sold to Nebkota Railway in 1994, and renumbered 55. Canadian Pacific repatriated her in 1998, and repainted into the 1950’s Maroon/Grey paint scheme and numbered CP 1400.
Southern Pacific
#980 01 170   SP   Released August 2014
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
  F7B • $99.95 retail ea.   • $79.96
F7A   #6392

#980 01 170
F7B   #8294

#980 02 170
These powered F7A and B unit locomotives are painted dark gray with the SP red ‘Bloody Nose’ paint scheme and lettered in white. Built in 1953 these units stayed with the SP line for their entire working life. In 1959, SP standardized with a paint scheme of dark grey, white lettering and a red ‘winged’ nose. this scheme was dubbed ‘Bloody Nose’ by railfans. It was replaced in the mid 1980s by the ‘Kodachrome’ paint scheme.
Canadian National
#MTL-980 01 191   Canadian National
  F7A • $134.95 retail ea.   • $107.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released Mid-June 2015
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$367.35 Save 5% more!
F7A   #9165

#980 01 191
$107.96
F7A   #9171

#980 01 192
$107.96
F7B   #9191

#980 02 191
$87.96
F7B   #9193

#980 02 192
$87.96
These powered F-7 A and B unit locomotives were built in October 1952 and June 1951, respectively. They were both rebuilt in June 1973 when they received the zebra paint scheme. The B unit was retired in 1988 and the A unit retired in 1989. The EMD F-7 was a 1,500 horsepower (1,100kW) diesel-electric locomotive produced between February 1949 and December 1953 by the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors and General Motors Diesel. A total of 2,366 cab-equipped lead A units and 1,483 cabless booster B units were built.
Western Maryland
#980 01 230   WM   Released June 2012
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea.
  F7B • $99.95   retail ea.   • $79.96
F7A   #238

#980 01 230
F7B   #408

#980 02 230
These Western Maryland F7 locos are painted black with yellow stripe and ‘Western Maryland’ lettering. Both were built in 1952 by EMD. F7 ‘A’ unit was part of order #3068-A. It was later renumbered to 7172 and turned in to EMD in 1977. F7 ‘B’ unit was part of order #3068-B and first numbered 235B. Sometime later it was renumbered to 7142 and turned in to EMD in 1978.
Rock Island
#980 01 240   RI   Released August 2012
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
  F7B • $94.95   retail ea.
F7A   #124

#980 01 240
F7B   #22

#980 02 240
These A unit and B unit locomotives are numbered 124 and 22 respectively. They’re both brown with white lettering. The A unit bears the red and white Rock Island logos. They were both built by EMD in May 1951.
Burlington Northern
#MTL-980 01 251   Burlington Northern
  F7A • $124.95 retail ea.   • $99.96
  F7B • $99.95   retail ea.   • $79.96
• Released February 2015
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$337.35 Save 5% more!
F7A   #726

#980 01 251
$99.96
F7A   #644

#980 01 252
$99.96
F7B   #725

#980 02 251
$79.96
F7B   #645

#980 02 252
$79.96
MTL
These BN powered F7A and powered F7B units are both painted green and black with white logos and lettering. They were built by EMD, Electro-Motive Diesel owned by Caterpillar through its subsidiary Progress Rail Services Corporation. The A-unit was built in February 1950 and the B-unit was built in May 1951. In 1970 Northern Pacifi c, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy, and other lines were merged to form the Burlington Northern.
Missouri Pacific
#980 01 260   MP   Released May 2013
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
  F7B • $94.95   retail ea.   • $75.96
F7A   #-

#980 01 260
F7B   #-

#980 02 260
These A- and B-unit locomotives are painted blue and bear the red and white ‘buzz saw’ logos of Missouri Pacific.’ These locos were built in May 1950 and May 1951, respectively, by EMD for Missouri Pacific.
Conrail
#980 01 270   Conrail   Released Oct. 2013
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
  F7B • $94.95   retail ea.   • $75.96
F7A   #1858

#980 01 270
F7B   #3869

#980 02 270
At one time the Penn Central & Erie Lackawanna rosted a large number of F7As, by the time Conrail was formed only a hodge-podge of units survived. Being old and worn out, most F7As found themselves retired & cut up quickly. The EMD F7 was a 1,500 horsepower (1,100 kW) Diesel-electric locomotive produced between 2/1949 & 12/1953 by the EMD & GMD. A total of 2,366 cab-equipped lead A-units & 1,483 cabless booster or B-units were built.
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
#MTL-980 01 280   ATSF
  • Released November 2013
  F7A • $134.95 retail ea.   • $107.96
  F7B • $99.95   retail ea.   • $79.96  
F7A   #341

#980 01 280
F7B   #345B

#980 02 280
∗Overstock Sale!       30% off when you buy both!
These EMD F7 A and B units are painted aluminum in a yellow ‘Warbonnet’ scheme with blue on the nose, blue lettering and herald, and black and red ‘Hiawatha’ logo. The EMD F7 was a 1,500 horsepower (1,100 kW) Diesel-electric locomotive produced between February 1949 and December 1953 by the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors (EMD) and General Motors Diesel (GMD). A total of 2,366 cab-equipped lead A-units and 1,483 cabless booster or B-units were built.
F7A & F7B

∗$164.43 $234.90
∗Overstock Sale!
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Supplies are limited.

Western Pacific
#980 01 291   WP   Released Mid-Dec 2013
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea. • $87.96
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea. • $87.96
F7A   #917

#980 01 291
F7A   #921

#980 01 292
The dark green F7 A unit locomotives are lettered and striped in orange. By 1982, the two remaining F’s were demoted to “B-unit” status because of their older, obsolete brake system. In September of 1984, several of the founding members of the Feather River Rail Society acquired their first acquisition, Western Pacific F7 #921, housed in the old WP Diesel shop in Portola, now a world class railroad museum.
Baltimore & Ohio
#980 01 300   B&O   Released Mid-Jan 2014
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea. • $87.96
  F7B • $99.95   retail ea. • $79.96
F7A   #4530

#980 01 300
F7B   #4529

#980 02 300
Blue w/ yellow lettering and stripe on the sides. The “A” unit features the B&O capital dome logo painted yellow on the nose. The EMD F7 was a 1,500 horsepower (1,100 kW) Diesel-electric locomotive produced between 1949 and 1953 by the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors (EMD) and General Motors Diesel (GMD). A total of 2,366 cab-equipped lead A-units and 1,483 cabless booster or B-units were built.
Kansas City Southern
#MTL-980 01 310   KCS
  • Released February 2014
  F7A • $119.95 retail ea. • $95.96
  F7B • $99.95   retail ea. • $79.96
F7A   #73

#980 01 310
F7B   #73B

#980 02 310
∗Overstock Sale!       30% off when you buy both!
Red w/ black roof & yellow lettering & logos; built by EMD in 1950. The Kansas City Southern Railway Company (KCS) is the smallest and 2nd-oldest Class I railroad still in operation. KCS, founded 1887, is currently operating in a region consisting of 10 central U.S. states. KCS also owns and indirectly operates Kansas City Southern de México (KCSM) in the central and northeastern states of México, and is the only Class I Railroad to own trackage both inside and outside of Mexico’s boundaries.
F7A & F7B

∗$153.93 $219.90
∗Overstock Sale!
Buy the KCS Set and save!
Supplies are limited.

Seaboard System
#MTL-980 01 320   Seaboard System
  • Released March 2014
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea. • $87.96
F7A   #116

#980 01 320
Painted grey w/ Large “Seaboard System” letters and Chevron Stripes. The Seaboard System Railroad, Inc. (reporting mark SBD) was a short-lived former US Class I railroad that was created after the consolidation of the Family Lines System railroads; July 1, 1986, the Seaboard System renamed itself as the CSX Transportation and absorbed the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway on August 31, 1987 which ended the CSX Corporation’s shared ownership of the SBD and Chessie System railroads.
Great Northern
#MTL-980 01 330   Great Northern
  • Released September 2014
  F7A • $119.95 retail ea. • $95.96
  F7B • $99.95   retail ea. • $79.96
F7A   #314A

#980 01 330
F7B   #314B

#980 02 330
Painted blue with white stripe and grey roof. Built in 1952, GN 314A was originally ordered for iron ore road service on the Mesabi Division out of Superior, Wis. The Big Sky Blue scheme, less than 3 years old, would give way to Cascade green in less than 90 days, although it would take BN until 1980 to paint all their locomotives.
Norfolk & Western
#980 01 341   N&W   Released Mid-June 2014
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea. • $87.96
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea. • $87.96
F7A   #3697

#980 01 341
F7A   #3717

#980 01 342
These powered F7A units were built in 1952 by EMD and are painted black with imitation gold lettering and ‘hamburger’ logo. Norfolk & Western was headquartered in Roanoke, Virginia, for most of its 150-year existence. Its motto was “Precision Transportation” they had a variety of nicknames, including “King Coal” and “British Railway of America.”
Northern Pacific
#MTL-980 01 351   Northern Pacific
  F7A • $134.95 retail ea.   • $107.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released Mid-October 2014
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
F7A   #6507A

#980 01 351
$107.96
F7A   #6513C

#980 01 352
$107.96
F7B   #6511B

#980 02 351
$87.96
F7B   #6513B

#980 02 352
$87.96
MTL
These NP powered F7A and powered F7B units are built by General Motors EMD and are painted in the well-known two-tone green scheme. NP assembled their F locos in three-unit sets for passenger service and fourunit sets for freight service.
SOO Line
#MTL-980 01 361   SOO Line
  F7A • $129.95 retail ea.   • $103.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released Mid-December 2014
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$359.85 Save 5% more!
F7A   #2201A

#980 01 361
$103.96
F7A   #2202B

#980 01 362
$103.96
F7B   #2203C

#980 02 361
$87.96
F7B   #2204C

#980 02 362
$87.96
MTL
These SOO Line powered F7A and SOO Line powered F7B units were built in 1949 and originally painted maroon and gold. In 1964 they were repainted in the red and white scheme as represented here.
Southern
#MTL-980 01 371   Southern
  F7A • $129.95 retail ea.   • $103.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released Mid-January 2015
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$359.85 Save 5% more!
F7A   #4207

#980 01 371
$103.96
F7A   #4264

#980 01 372
$103.96
F7B   #4400

#980 02 371
$87.96
F7B   #4404

#980 02 372
$87.96
MTL
These Southern Railroad powered F7As and powered F7Bs wear the ‘Tuxedo’ paint scheme. Built by EMD the F7 was originally promoted as a freight hauling unit, they were also used in passenger service. Southern pulled its remaining F-units from regular service on the Appalachia Division in the fall of 1969.
Chicago & North Western
#MTL-980 01 381   Chicago & North Western
  F7A • $134.95 retail ea.   • $107.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released Mid-March 2015
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$367.35 Save 5% more!
F7A   #4070-A

#980 01 381
$107.96
F7A   #4072-A

#980 01 382
$107.96
F7B   #309

#980 02 381
$87.96
F7B   #315

#980 02 382
$87.96
CNW began painting F-units in the simplifi ed yellow/green with “Chicago and North Western” spelled out on the flanks and nose shields by 1961. The engines retained their four digit 4000 series numbers until 1971-72 when the remaining F-units that hadn’t been traded in on newer units were numbered into the 200 series for A units and the 300 series for B units with CNW heralds on the nose and sides in simplifi ed yellow/green. Units painted in the original black/yellow/green scheme could be found still in the late 60s.
Denver & Rio Grande Western
#MTL-980 01 391   D&RGW
  F7A • $134.95 retail ea.   • $107.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.
• Released Mid-May Mid-June 2015
• This release was delayed 30 days until Mid-June 2015
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
F7A   #5641

#980 01 391
$107.96
F7A   #5644

#980 01 392
 
F7B   #5642

#980 02 391
 
F7B   #5643

#980 02 392
 
MTL
These Denver & Rio Grande Western powered F7As and powered F7Bs wear Aspen gold paint with aluminum roofs and bear the four black stripe paint known by some as the ‘Prospector scheme’. In 1952, Denver & Rio Grande Western received 14 A units and 12 B units painted in this scheme.
Chesapeake & Ohio
#MTL-980 01 401   C&O
  F7A • $124.95 retail ea.   • $99.96
  F7B • $104.95 retail ea.   • $83.96
• Released August 2015
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$344.85 Save 5% more!
F7A   #7034

#980 01 401
$99.96
F7A   #7094

#980 01 402
$99.96
F7B   #7508

#980 02 401
$83.96
F7B   #7540

#980 02 402
$83.96
MTL
These powered F7A and powered F7B units were built by Electro Motive Division (EMD) between 1949 and 1953. These locomotives were promoted as a freight-hauling unit; powered by 4,500 HP 567 EMD diesel engines. Chesapeake & Ohio purchased 148 new F7 units during the height of the dieselization of American railroads.
Reading
#MTL-980 01 411   Reading
  F7A • $134.95 retail ea.   • $107.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released Mid-October 2015
• Buy the 3-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Three Pack

F7A-F7B-F7A
$284.89 Save 5% more!
F7A   #274

#980 01 411
$107.96
F7A   #267

#980 01 412
$107.96
F7B   #N/A

#980 02 411
$87.96
MTL
These powered F7A and powered F7B units were built by Electro Motive Division (EMD). These locomotives were built as part of Reading’s final diesel freight cab units. Painted black with green band an yellow stripe, this order was split between A and A-B units.
Western Pacific
#MTL-980 01 421   Western Pacific
  F7A • $129.95 retail ea.   • $103.96
  F7B • $104.95 retail ea.   • $83.96
• Released September 2015
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$352.35 Save 5% more!
F7A   #914-D

#980 01 421
$103.96
F7A   #919-D

#980 01 422
$103.96
F7B   #921-B

#980 02 421
$83.96
F7B   #924-C

#980 02 422
$83.96
MTL
These powered F7A and powered F7B units were built by Electro Motive Division (EMD) between 1949 and 1953. These locomotives were built as part of a 36 unit order in 1950. They are painted aluminum with orange sides and nose with black roofs. The nose carries the Feather River Route herald and the sides are lettered in black.
New York Central
#MTL-980 01 431   New York Central
  F7A • $119.95 retail ea.   • $95.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released December 2015
• Buy the 4-Pack (F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A) to save an additional 5%
Four Pack

F7A-F7B-F7B-F7A
$344.85 Save 5% more!
F7A   #1736

#980 01 431
$95.96
F7A   #1685

#980 01 432
$95.96
F7B   #2436

#980 02 431
$87.96
F7B   #2420

#980 02 432
$87.96
MTL
These powered F7A and powered F7B units were built by Electro Motive Division (EMD) in 1949. These locomotives were used to haul freight during the height of the dieselization of American railroads. They are painted black with a white band on the nose and white lettering.
Chicago Great Western
#MTL-980 01 441   Chicago Great Western
  F7A • $119.95 retail ea.   • $95.96
  F7B • $109.95 retail ea.   • $87.96
• Released Mid-January 2016
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F7A   #154

#980 01 441
$95.96
F7A   #155

#980 01 442
$95.96
F7B   #N/A

#980 02 441
$87.96
MTL
These powered F7A and powered F7B units were built by Electro Motive Division (EMD) in 1949. These locomotives were used to haul freight during the height of the dieselization of American railroads. They are painted black with a white band on the nose and white lettering.
Rock Island
#980 01 210   Rock Island  
  • Released July 2011
  F7A • $119.95 retail ea.
  F7B • $49.95   retail ea. • $39.96
F7A   #118

#980 01 210
F7B Dummy #N/A

#980 12 210
These locos were built in 1949-1952 by Electro Motive Division (EMD). They were powered by 4,500 HP 567 EMD diesel engines.
Canadian Pacific
#980 01 120   Canadian Pacific  
  • Released Early 2000s
  F7A • $111.85 retail ea.
  F7B • $56.60   retail ea. • $45.28
F7A   #4069

#980 01 120
F7B Dummy #4459

#980 12 120
These locos were built in 1949-1952 by Electro Motive Division (EMD). They were powered by 4,500 HP 567 EMD diesel engines.
Baltimore & Ohio
#980 01 130   Baltimore & Ohio  
  • Released August 2009
  F7A • $111.85 retail ea.
  F7B • $45.95   retail ea. • $36.76
F7A   #4471

#980 01 130
F7B Dummy #N/A

#980 12 130
These locos were built in 1949-1952 by Electro Motive Division (EMD). They were powered by 4,500 HP 567 EMD diesel engines.
Atlantic Coast Line
#980 01 150   Atlantic Coast Line  
  • Released May 2009
  F7A • $108.85 retail ea.
  F7B • $45.95   retail ea. • $36.76
F7A   #430

#980 01 150
F7B Dummy #N/A

#980 12 150
These locos were built in 1949-1952 by Electro Motive Division (EMD). They were powered by 4,500 HP 567 EMD diesel engines.
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