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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
Union Pacific
#MTL-980 01 011   Union Pacific
  F7A • $139.95 retail ea.
• Released Mid-December 2016
• Re-Released Mid-June 2023
F7A   #1426

#980 01 011
F7A   #1449

#980 01 012
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.
• Released September 2017
• Re-Released Mid-June 2023
F7A   #9832

#980 01 021
F7A   #9835

#980 01 022
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.
Norfolk & Western
#MTL-980 01 341   N&W
  F7A • $109.95 retail ea.
• Released June 2014
• Re-Released Mid-July 2023
F7A   #3717

#980 01 341
F7A   #3697

#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.”
Chesapeake & Ohio
#MTL-980 01 402   C&O
  F7A • $124.95 retail ea.
• Released August 2015
• Re-Released Mid-July 2023
F7A   #7094

#980 01 402
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.
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