List of GM-EMD locomotives

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The following is a list of locomotives produced by the Electro-Motive Corporation (EMC), and its successors General Motors Electro-Motive Division (GM-EMD) and Electro-Motive Diesel (EMD).

Streamlined power cars and early experimental locomotives[edit]

EMC participated in the construction of a number of motorized railcars, integrated streamliner trainsets, and experimental locomotives in the 1930s. Most of these were short production runs (one, two, or four units) that were used by a single railroad. The vast majority consisted of Winton prime movers and General Electric generating, control and transmission components inside a carbody whose assembly was subcontracted to another manufacturer, since EMC did not have the ability to build its own bodies until 1936.

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
ATSF 1 1935 1 B-B Dual Winton
12-201-A
1,800 hp
(1,342 kW)
EMC Diesel Santa Fe Super Chief.jpg
ATSF 1A 1935 1 B-B Dual Winton
12-201-A
1,800 hp
(1,342 kW)
B&O 50 1935 1 B-B Dual Winton
12-201-A
1,800 hp
(1,342 kW)
The Abraham Lincoln Alton Railroad 1939.JPG
BM-MEC 6000 1935 1 B-2
Jacobs bogie
Winton
8-201-A
600 hp
(447 kW)
Flying Yankee 1935.jpg
CB&Q 9900 1934 1 B-2
Jacobs bogie
Winton
8-201-A
600 hp
(447 kW)
Pioneer Zephyr Front.jpg
CB&Q 9901–9902 1935 2 B-2
Jacobs bogie
Winton
8-201-A
600 hp
(447 kW)
Twin Cities Zephyr in Saint Paul 1935.jpg
CB&Q 9903 1935 1 B-2
Jacobs bogie
Winton
8-201-A
600 hp
(447 kW)
Mark Twain Zephyr.JPG
CB&Q 9904–9905 1936 2 B-B Dual Winton
12-201-A
1,800 hp
(1342 kW)
Burlington 9905-Zephyrus 1950.JPG
CB&Q 9906–9907 1936 2 B-B+B-B A; Dual Winton
12-201-A
B; Winton
16-201-A
A:1,800 hp
(1342 kW)
B:1,200 hp
(890 kW)
Denver Zephyr 9906A 1943.jpg
CB&Q 9908 1939 1 A1A-2 EMD 12-567 1,000 hp
(745 kW)
General Pershing Zephyr-Silver Charger - 20081123.jpg
EMC 511–512 1935 2 B-B Dual Winton
12-201-A
1,800 hp
(1,342 kW)
EMD 511.jpg
IC 121 1936 1 B-2
Jacobs bogie
Winton
16-201-A
1,200 hp
(890 kW)
Illinois Central Green Diamond 1936 3.JPG
SAL 2027–2028 1936 2 B-2 Winton
8-201-A
600 hp
(447 kW
M-10000 1934 1 B-2
Jacobs bogie
Winton
12-191-A
600 hp
(447 kW)
UP M-10000a.jpg
M-10001 1934 1 B-B
Jacobs bogie
Winton
12-201-A
900 hp
(670 kW)
City of Portland streamliner Union Pacific Railroad.JPG
M-10002 1936 1 B-B+B-B A; Winton
16- 201-A
B; Winton
12- 201-A
A; 1,200 hp
(890 kW)
B; 900 hp
(670 kW)
M-10002 1.jpg
M10003–M10006 1936 4 B-B+B-B A; Winton
16- 201-A
B; Winton
16- 201-A
A; 1,200 hp
(890 kW)
B; 1,200 hp
(890 kW)
City of Denver Union Pacific 1940.JPG

Switchers (SW)[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
EMC pre - SC 1935 2 B-B Winton
8-201-A
600 hp
(447 kW)
Lackawanna 426 EMD SC.jpg
SC 1935–1939 43 B-B Winton
8-201-A
600 hp
(447 kW)
Model 90 1935 1 B-B Winton
12-201-A
900 hp
(671 kW)
SW 1936–1939 76 B-B Winton
8-201-A
600 hp
(447 kW)
NC 1937–1938 5 B-B Winton
12-201-A
900 hp
(671 kW)
NC1 1937 5 B-B Winton
12-201-A
900 hp
(671 kW)
NC2 1937 2 B-B Winton
12-201-A
900 hp
(671 kW)
T 1936 1 B-B+B-B Dual Winton
12-201-A
1,800 hp
(1,342 kW)
NW 1937–1938 8 B-B Winton
12-201-A
900 hp
(671 kW)
NW1 1937–1939 27 B-B Winton
12-201-A
900 hp
(671 kW)
MSTL D-538.jpg
NW1A 1938 3 B-B Winton
12-201-A
900 hp
(671 kW)
NW2 1939–1949 1,145 B-B EMD 12-567
or 12-567A
1,000 hp
(750 kW)
BN 510 EMD NW2.jpg
NW3 1939–1942 7 B-B EMD 12-567 1,000 hp
(750 kW)
GN 181-Whitefish.jpg
NW4 1938 2 B-B Winton
12-201-A
900 hp
(671 kW)
NW5 1946–1947 13 B-B EMD 12-567A 1,000 hp
(750 kW)
TR 1940 3 B-B+B-B
Cow-calf
Dual
EMD 12-567
2,000 hp
(1,490 kW)
Diesel locomotive serial 9205a LOC fsa-8d23267.jpg
TR1 1941 2 B-B+B-B
Cow-calf
Dual
EMD 16-567
2,700 hp
(2,013 kW)
IC TR1 9251 2.jpg
TR2 1945–1949 36 B-B+B-B
Cow-calf
Dual
EMD 12-567A
2,000 hp
(1,490 kW)
TR3 1949 2 B-B+B-B+B-B
Cow-calf-calf
Triple
EMD 12-567A
3,000 hp
(2,337 kW)
TR4 1950–1951 15 B-B+B-B
Cow-calf
Dual
EMD 12-567A
2,400 hp
(1,789 kW)
TR5 1951 10 A units
12 B units
B-B+B-B
Cow-calf
Dual
EMD 12-567B
2,400 hp
(1,789 kW)
TR6 1950–1953 12 B-B+B-B
Cow-calf
Dual
EMD 8-567B
1,600 hp
(1,193 kW)
SW1 1939–1953 661 B-B EMD 6-567
or 6-567A
600 hp
(447 kW)
4742OnTurntable.jpg
SW7 1949–1951 489 B-B EMD 12-567A 1,200 hp
(895 kW)
Santa @ the Southeastern Railway Museum - Duluth, GA.jpg
SW8 1950–1954 306 B-B EMD 8-567B 800 hp
(600 kW)
EMDSW8.jpg
DH2 1953 1 B-B EMD 8-567B 800 hp
(600 kW)
SW9 1950–1953 815 B-B EMD 12-567B 1,200 hp
(890 kW)
Ciry.jpg
SW600 1954–1962 15 B-B EMD 6-567C 600 hp
(447 kW)
SW900 1954–1969 371 B-B EMD 8-567C 900 hp
(670 kW)
SRY SW900.jpg
SW1000 1966–1972 119 B-B EMD 8-645E 1,000 hp
(750 kW)
BN 440 19920900 IL Eola.jpg
SW1001 1968–1986 174 B-B EMD 8-645E 1,000 hp
(750 kW)
Switcher 107.jpg
SW1200 1954–1966 1,056 B-B EMD 12-567C 1,200 hp
(890 kW)
BN 251 IL Eola.jpg
SW1500 1966–1974 808 B-B EMD 12-645E 1,500 hp
(1,100 kW)
RMPX 2680 EMD SW1500.jpg
SW1504 1973 60 B-B EMD 12-645E 1,500 hp
(1,100 kW)
Sw1504.jpg
MP15DC 1974–1980 351 B-B EMD 12-645E 1,500 hp
(1,100 kW)
UPY MP15DC 1338.jpg
MP15AC 1975–1984 246 B-B EMD 12-645E 1,500 hp
(1,120 kW)
1551SooBanditL.jpg
MP15T 1984–1987 43 B-B EMD 8-645E3 1,500 hp
(1,100 kW)
RS1325 1960 2 B-B EMD 12-567D1 1,325 hp
(988 kW)
GMD1 1958–1960 101 B-B or
A1A-A1A
EMD 12-567C 1,200 hp
(890 kW)
Cntrain7331.JPG

Passenger cab units (E)[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
TA 1937 6 B-B Winton 201-A 1,200 hp
(890 kW)
Rock Island TA 4.jpg
EA 1937–1938 6 A units,
6 B units
A1A-A1A Dual
Winton 201-A
1,800 hp
(1340 kW)
EMD EA diesel locomotive of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
E1 1937–1938 8 A units,
3 B units
A1A-A1A Dual
Winton 201-A
1,800 hp
(1340 kW)
ATSF San Diegan in Del Mar.jpg
E2 1937 2 ABB sets A1A-A1A Dual
Winton 201-A
1,800 hp
(1340 kW)
Union Pacific EMC E2 locomotives 1938.JPG
E3 1938–1940 17 A units,
2 B units
A1A-A1A Dual
EMD 567
2,000 hp
(1490 kW)
NCTM Diesel Locomotives.jpg
E4 1938–1939 14 A units,
5 B units
A1A-A1A Dual
EMD 567
2,000 hp
(1490 kW)
Arrival of the Orange Blossom Special train- Plant City, Florida.jpg
AA 1940 1 A1A-3 EMD 567 1,000 hp
(745 kW)
AB6 1940 2 As Built:
A1A-3
After Rebuild:
A1A-A1A
As Built:
EMD 567
After Rebuild:
Dual EMD 567
1,000 hp
(745 kW)
(After Rebuild:
2000 hp)
Rock Island AB6 750.jpg
E5 1940–1941 11 A units,
5 B units
A1A-A1A Dual
EMD 567
2,000 hp
(1490 kW)
Preserved EMD E5 at Illinois Railway Museum
E6 1939–1942 91 A units,
26 B units
A1A-A1A Dual
EMD 567
2,000 hp
(1490 kW)
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad E6A#630, operated by Midland Railway, at Baldwin City, Kansas on November 28, 2004.
E7 1945–1949 428 A units,
82 B units
A1A-A1A Dual
EMD 567A
2,000 hp
(1490 kW)
0356 Strasburg - Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.jpg
E8 1949–1954 449 A units,
46 B units
A1A-A1A Dual
EMD 567B
2,250 hp
(1670 kW)
Rock Island (CRIP) locomotive#652, EMD model E8A
E9 1954–1964 100 A units,
44 B units
A1A-A1A Dual
EMD 567C
2,400 hp
(1800 kW)
BN 9918, an EMD E9, working on Metra's line to Aurora, Illinois, September 1992
FP7 1949–1953 381 A units B-B EMD 567B 1,500 hp
(1,200 kW)
Western Pacific 805-A, an FP7 preserved at the Western Pacific Railroad Museum in California
FP9 1954–1959 90 A units,
no B units
B-B EMD 567C 1,750 hp
(1,300 kW)
RLGN 1400 at Waterloo, Ontario, October 7, 2003
FL9 1956–1960 60 B-A1A EMD 567C or
EMD 567D1;
plus 660V DC
(3rd rail)
567C:
1,750 hp
(1,300 kW);
567D1:
1,800 hp
(1,340 kW)
Maine Eastern FL9.jpg
LWT12 1956 3 B-1 EMD 12-567C 1,200 hp
(890 kW)
Aerotrain 1950's stylin'.jpg

Freight cab units (F)[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
FT 1939–1945 555 A units,
541 B units
B-B
(B-B+B-B with B unit)
EMD 16-567
EMD 16-567A
2,700 hp
(with B unit)
ATSF 115 DL 1943.jpg
F2 1946 74 A units,
30 B units
B-B EMD 16-567B 1,350 hp
(1000 kW)
Joliet CRIP Aug 1963 3-16.jpg
F3 1946–1949 1,111 A units,
696 B units
B-B EMD 16-567B 1,500 hp
(1,100 kW)
BN 9762 in Yakima Aug 71 NthCstHiRP.jpg
F7 1949–1953 2,366 A units,
1,483 B units
B-B EMD 16-567B 1,500 hp
(1,100 kW)
Locomotive Great Northern Railway (US).JPG
F9 1953–1960 99 A units,
156 B units
B-B EMD 16-567C 1,750 hp
(1200 kW)
Crm california zephyr.jpg

Industrial locomotives[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
Model 40 1940–1943 11 B Dual
GM 6-71
300 hp
(220 kW)
EMD Model 40.jpg
DH1 1951 33 1A-A1 Dual
GM 6-71
340 hp (250 kW)

NC1Orroroo.jpg

GMDH-1 1956–1959 4 B-B Detroit Model 60 2 Units:
600 hp
2 Units:
800 hp
DH GMD 6031 VFRGS-RF Guido Mota.jpg
GMDH-3 1960 1 C 8V-71 275 hp (210 kW)

Clinton DH1.jpeg

Four-axle "Branch Line" series locomotives (BL)[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
BL1 1947 1 B-B 16-567B 1,500 hp
(1,100 kW)
BL2 1947-1949 58 B-B 16-567B 1,500 hp
(1,100 kW)
Janesville and Southeastern Railroad#52, an EMD BL2.
BL20-2 1992 3 B-B

Four-axle roadswitchers or General Purpose Locomotives (GP)[edit]

In a very real sense, yesterday's General Purpose has become today's Special Purpose ("time" freight and other time-sensitive lading). True GPs were discontinued after the completion of the last GP60 in 1994. However, many earlier model GPs, most particularly GP40s, GP39s and GP38s, have been rebuilt to Dash 2 standards for another 30 to 40 years of reliable service.

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
GP7 1949–1954 2,724 A units
5 B units
B-B EMD 16-567B 1,500 hp
(1.1 MW)
GA#1026, a GP7 owned by the Georgia RR & Banking Co, on display in Duluth, GA
GP9 1954–1963 4,112 A units
165 B units
B-B EMD 16-567C 1,750 hp
(1.3 MW)
DVGR#40, a GP9 owned by the Shenandoah Valley RR
GP15-1 1976–1982 310 B-B EMD 12-645E 1,500 hp
(1,119 kW)
NPBL#1435 is an EMD GP15-1 owned by the Norfolk Southern Railway
GP15AC 1982 34 B-B EMD 12-645E 1,500 hp
(1,119 kW)
GP15T 1982–1983 28 B-B EMD 8-645E3 1,500 hp
(1.1 MW)
GP18 1959–1963 405 B-B EMD 16-567D1 1,800 hp
(1.3 MW)
GM GP18 7012 FEPASA.jpg
GP20 1959–1962 260 B-B EMD 16-567D2 2,000 hp
(1.5 MW)
ATSF#3055, a GP20 formerly owned by the ATSF, now part of the BNSF
GP28 1964–1965 31 B-B EMD 16-567D1 1,800 hp
(1.3 MW)
ALM RR IMG 8746.JPG
GP30 1961–1963 908 A units
40 B units
B-B EMD 16-567D3 2,250 hp
(1.6 MW)
LN#1030, a GP30 formerly owned by the Louisville & Nashville, now part of CSX
GP35 1963–1966 1,334 B-B EMD 16-567D3A 2,500 hp
(1.9 MW)
BNSF 2500 EMD GP35.jpg
GP38 1966–1971 706 B-B EMD 16-645E 2,000 hp
(1.5 MW)
CCP#2008, an EMD GP38 formerly owned by the Chicago Central and Pacific RR, now part of CN
GP38AC 1970–1971 261 B-B EMD 16-645E LLPX#2210, a EMD GP38AC, a rental locomotive owned by the GATX Rail Locomotive Group, at Kitchener, Ontario
GP38-2 1972–1986 2,222 B-B EMD 16-645E 2,000 hp
(1.5 MW)
IMCX#3801, a GP38-2 owned by the Mosaic Co, near Brewster, FL
GP38-2L B-B EMD 16-645E 2,000 hp
(1.5 MW)
GP38-2W 1973–1974 51 B-B EMD 16-645E 2,000 hp
(1.5 MW)
CN#4769, an EMD GP38-2W owned by Canadian National, at St Félicien, Québec, Canada
GP39 1969–1970 23 B-B EMD 12-645E3 2,300 hp
(1.7 MW)
CBRy 505 dumping at HaydenxRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
GP39DC 1970 2 B-B EMD 12-645E3 2,300 hp
(1.7 MW)
AZ aug 10 062xRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
GP39X 1980 6 B-B EMD 12-645E3 2,600 hp
(2.0 MW)
GP39-2 1974–1984 239 B-B EMD 12-645E3 2,300 hp
(1.7 MW)
BNSF#2866, a GP39-2 owned by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe RR, at Commerce, CA
GP40 1965–1971 1,221 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
DME#4006, a GP40 owned by the Dakota, Minnesota & Eastern, running long hood forward at Byron, MN
GP40P 1968 13 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
GP40P-2 1974 3 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
EMD GP40P-2.jpg
GP40M-2 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
GP40TC 1966 8 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
AMTK 525.jpg
GP40X 1977–1978 23 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,500 hp
(2.2 MW)
GP40X.jpg
GP40-2 1972–1986 903 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
CSXT#6023 and #6019, GP40-2s owned by CSX, now fitted for remote operation, near Tampa, FL
GP49 1983–1985 9 B-B EMD 12-645F3B 2,800 hp
(2.1 MW)
Alaska GP49s at Seattle SODO (CC).jpg
GP50 1980–1985 278 B-B EMD 16-645F3B 3,500 hp
(2.6 MW)
BN#3157, a GP50 formerly owned by the Burlington Northern, now part of BNSF.
GP59 1985–1989 36 B-B EMD 12-710G3A 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
NS#4610, a GP59 owned by the Norfolk Southern RR, painted in Southern Railway scheme
GP60 1985–1994 294 A units
23 B units
B-B EMD 16-710G3 3,800 hp
(2.8 MW)
SSW#9673, a GP60 formerly owned by the Cotton Belt RR, later part of the Southern Pacific - and now the Union Pacific.
GP60M 1990 63 B-B EMD 16-710G3 3,800 hp
(2.8 MW)
BNSF#122, a GP60M owned by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe RR, formerly an ATSF unit
GP15D 2000–2001 10 B-B Caterpillar 3512
(EMD 12-170B15-T2)
1,500 hp
(1.2 MW)
CEFX 1509.jpg
GP20D 2000 - 2001 40 B-B Caterpillar 3516
(EMD 16-170B20-T2)
2,000 hp
(1.5 MW)
Blue Engines, Market Street, Houston, Texas 0403091059.jpg

Six-axle roadswitchers or Special Duty Locomotives (SD)[edit]

In a very real sense, yesterday's Special Duty eventually became today's Standard Duty. Many earlier model SDs, most particularly SD40s, SD39s and SD38s, have been rebuilt to Dash 2 standards for another 30 to 40 years of reliable service.

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
SD7 1952–1953 188 C-C EMD 16-567B 1,500 hp
(1.1 MW)
SP 1518 20050716 Illinois Railway Museum.JPG
SD9 1954–1959 515 C-C EMD 16-567C 1,750 hp
(1.7MW)
AWW 204 EMD SD9.jpg
SD18 1960–1963 114 C-C EMD 16-567D1 1,800 hp
(1.3 MW)
GM SD18 5022 MRS.jpg
SD24 1958–1963 224 C-C EMD 16-567D3 2,400 hp
(1,880 kW)
Burlington504.JPG
SD28 1965 12 C-C EMD 16-567D1 1,800 hp
1,300 kW)
SD35 1964–1966 360 C-C EMD 16-567D3A 2,500 hp
(1.9 MW)
SDP35 1964–1965 35 C-C EMD 16-567D3A
Steam generator
2,500 hp
(1.9 MW)
Seaboard Air Line EMD SDP35 1114.jpg
SD38 1967–1971 53 C-C EMD 16-645E 2,000 hp
(1,500 kW)
NS3809.jpg
SD38AC 1971 15 C-C EMD 16-645E3 2,000 hp
(1,500 kW)
B&LE SD38AC
SD38-2 1972–1979 83 C-C EMD 16-645E3 2,000 hp
(1,500 kW)
LLPX SD38-2 2808.jpg
SD39 1968–1970 54 C-C EMD 12-645E3 2,300 hp
(1,700 kW)
EMD SD39 East portal of the Hoosac Tunnel.
SDL39 1969–1972 10 C-C EMD 12-645E3 2,300 hp
(1.7 MW)
La sorpresa de la semana....jpg
SD40X 1964–1965 9 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
KCS 701 EMD SD40X.jpg
SD40 1966–1972 1,268 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
BNSF 6367, at Commerce, California, October 2006
SD40A 1969–1970 18 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp (2,240 kW)
SDP40 1966–1970 20 C-C EMD 16-645E3
Steam generator
3,000 hp (2,240 kW) KCS 3057.jpg
SD40T-2 1974–1980 312 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
EMD SD40T-2 Locomotive UP 2935 at Anaheim, California, USA.
SD40-2 1972–1986 3,949 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
MRL 250.jpg
SD40M-2 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
CSXT 8029.jpg
SD40-2W 1975–1980 123 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
Canadian National#5321, an EMD SD40-2W
SD40-2S 1978–1980 9 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
SD45 1965–1971 1,260 C-C EMD 20-645E3 3,600 hp
(2.7 MW)
Erie Lackawanna 3607, preserved at the St.Louis Museum of Transportation
SD45X 1970–1971 7 C-C EMD 20-645E3 4,200 hp
(3.1 MW)
SD45M C-C
SDP45 1967–1970 52 C-C EMD 20-645E3
Steam generator
3,600 hp
(2.7 MW)
Burlington Northern Railroad EMD SDP45 diesel locomotive#6597
SD45T-2 1972–1975 247 C-C EMD 20-645E3 3,600 hp
(2.7 MW)
EMD SD40T-2 Locomotive UP 2935 at Anaheim, California, USA.
SD45-2 1972–1974 136 C-C EMD 20-645E3 3,600 hp
(2.7 MW)
4 23 05 020East HelenaxRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
SD50 1984–1985 421 C-C EMD 16-645F3B 3,500-3,600 hp
(2.6 MW)
CSX Corporation EMD SD50 diesel locomotive
SD50F 1985–1987 60 C-C EMD 16-645F3B 3,600 hp
(2.6 MW)
CN Loco No.5411.jpg
SD50S 1980 6 C-C EMD 16-645F3B 3,500 hp
(2.6 MW)
SD60 1984–1991 537 C-C EMD 16-710G3A 3,800 hp
(2.8 MW)
Soo Line 6022, an EMD SD60, pulls a Westbound train through Wisconsin Dells, WI.
SD60F 1985–1989 64 C-C EMD 16-710G3A 3,800 hp
(2.8 MW)
CN Loco No.5536.jpg
SD60I 1993–1995 81 C-C EMD 16-710G3A 3,800 hp
(2.8 MW)
EMD SD60I, CSX Transportation; Plymouth Michigan
SD60M 1989–1993 461 C-C EMD 16-710G3A 3,800 hp
(2.8 MW)
EMD SD60M, EFC - CVRD; Maranhão, Brazil
SD60MAC 1991–1992 4 C-C EMD 16-710G3A 3,800 hp
(2.8 MW)
SD60M-SD60MAC shared similar external features, differences are large rectifier boxes behind cab on left side.
SD70 1993–1999 122 C-C EMD 16-710G3 4,000 hp
(3.2 MW)
NS 2561 EMD SD70.jpg
SD70I 1995 26 C-C EMD 16-710G3 4,000 hp
(3.2 MW)
UP SD70M similar design to the SD70I. Differences include an isolated cab.
SD70ACe 2003- 842 C-C EMD 16-710G3A 4,300 hp
(3.2 MW)
Ols2.jpg
SD70ACS 2009- 25 C-C EMD 16-710G3A 4,500 hp
(3.4 MW)
EMDX 3025 (behind 3024, 3023, 3017) SD70ACS heading north through St. Mary's from EMD plant in London Ontario. Part of 25-unit order for Saudi Railway Company (SAR)
SD70M 1992–2004 1,646 C-C EMD 16-710G3 4,000 hp
(3.2 MW)
UP SD70M similar design to the SD70I. Differences include an isolated cab.
SD70M-2 2004- 180 C-C EMD 16-710G3 4,300 hp
(3.2 MW)
CN 8880 rolls past Wood Street Crossing in Harvey.jpg
SD70MAC 1993–2004 1,109 C-C EMD 16-710G3 4,000 hp
(3.2 MW)
BNSF 9819 EMD SD70MAC.jpg
SD75M 1995–1996 76 C-C EMD 16-710G3 4,300 hp
(3.2 MW)
BNSF 8231 Showing 2nd blower duct on this side.
SD75I 1996–1999 207 C-C EMD 16-710G3 4,300 hp
(3.2 MW)
CN Loco -5715.jpg
SD80MAC 1995–1996 30 C-C EMD 20-710G3B 5,000 hp
(3.7 MW)
5,000 horsepower EMD SD80MAC 4100 in Conrail Livery
SD89MAC 1 C-C EMDSD89MAC.jpg
SD90MAC 1995–2005 400 C-C EMD 16-265H 6,000 hp
(4.5 MW)
Union Pacific#8512 an SD90MAC

Six-Axle Road Switcher Production Timeline[edit]

EMD SD70M-2 EMD SD70ACe EMD SD90MAC EMD SD9043MAC EMD SD80MAC EMD SD75 EMD SD70 EMD SD60 EMD SD50 EMD SD50S EMD SD45-2 EMD SD45T-2 EMD SDP45 EMD SD45 EMD SD40-2S EMD SD40-2W EMD SD40-2 EMD SD40T-2 EMD SDP40 EMD SD40A EMD SD40 EMD SD40X EMD SDL39 EMD SD39 EMD SD38-2 EMD SD38AC EMD SD38 EMD SDP35 EMD SD35 EMD SD28 EMD SD24 EMD SD18 EMD SD9 EMD SD7

Military locomotives[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
MRS-1 1952 13 C-C EMD 16-567B 1,600 hp (1,200 kW)
(1.2 MW)
USAX1811EUSTIS.jpg

Eight-axle roadswitchers[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
DD35 1963–1964 30 D-D Dual
EMD 567D3A
5,000 hp
(3.7 MW)
DD35A 1965 15 D-D Dual
EMD 567D3A
5,000 hp
(3.7 MW)
DDA40X 1969–1971 47 D-D Dual
EMD 645E3A
6,600 hp
(4.9 MW)
Union Pacific Railroad 6915, preserved by the Southern California chapter of the Railway and Locomotive Historical Society at the Los Angeles County Fairplex in Pomona, California.

Cowl units[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
F45 1968–1971 86 C-C EMD 20-645E3 3,600 hp
(2.7 MW)
Austin MT 8 23 05xRPRP - Flickr - drewj1946.jpg
F40C 1974 15 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,200 hp
(2.3 MW)
EMD F40C diesel locomotive owned by Metra (Chicago)#602
F40PH 1975–1984 325 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,000-3,200 hp
(2.2 MW)
(Amtrak 345, an EMD F40PH pulls a passenger train through Porter, Indiana.
F40PH-2 1985–1992 90 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,200 hp
(2.2 MW)
(Amtrak 345, an EMD F40PH pulls a passenger train through Porter, Indiana.
F40PH-2M 1975 B-B EMD 16-645E 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
SDP40F 1973–1974 150 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
ATSF 5261 CA Caliente.jpg
SD40-2F 1988 25 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
CP 9011 on Train 119-25 in Chalk River, ON
SD50F 1985–1987 60 C-C EMD 16-645F3B 3,600 hp
(2.6 MW)
CSX SD50 8522.jpg
FP45 1967–1970 14 C-C EMD 20-645E3 3,600 hp
(2.7 MW)
Santa Fe 98.jpg
SD60F 1985–1989 64 C-C EMD 16-710G3A 3,800 hp
(2.8 MW)
EMD SD60 SOO 6022.jpg
F59PH 1988–1994 73 B-B EMD 12-710G3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
EMD F59PH
F59PHI 1994–2001 83 B-B EMD 12-710G3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
EMD F59PHI, Amtrak/NCDOT "Piedmont" passenger train north, out of Charlotte, NC, at 6:45pm, near the intersection of I-485 and NC 49
F69PHAC 1989 2 B-B EMD 12-710G3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
F69PHAC.PNG
DE30AC,
DM30AC
1997–1998 23 (DE30AC)
23 (DM30AC)
B-B EMD 16-710G3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
An example of an DM30AC body type (also used for the DE30AC)

Electrics[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Voltage Power output Image
SW1200MG 1963–1971 9 B-B 2,400V AC 60 Hz
(Overhead)
AEM-7 1978–1988 65 B-B 11,000 V AC, 25 Hz
11,000-13,500 V AC, 60 Hz
25,000 V AC, 60 Hz
(Overhead)
7,000 hp
(5.2 MW)
AEM-7 916 at Union Station, Washington, D.C
GM6C 1975 1 C-C 6,000 hp (4,470 kW)
GM10B 1976 1 B-B-B 10,000 hp (7,460 kW)
GF6C 1983–1984 7 C-C 6,000 hp (4,470 kW) BC Rail GF6C 6001.jpg

Export and narrow gauge locomotives[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
EMD B12 1953–1956 49 B-B (9)
A1A-A1A (40)
EMD 567 1,125 hp (840 kW) EMD B12 B-B nº6009 - RFFSA
DDM45 1970–1976 83 D-D EMD 20-645E3 3,600 hp
(2.6 MW)
EMD DDM45 D-D nº813 - EFVM
Euro 4000 2006 - 10 (as of 2008) C-C EMD 16-710 G3C-U2 4,250 hp (3,170 kW) CR335 Photo33 30A.jpg
EMD G6-B 1963–1968 80 B-B EMD 6-567C 6-645E 600/650/750
G8 1954–1961 252 B-B or A1A-A1A EMD 8-567C 950/875 Former Victorian Railways T class EMD G8 locomotive T 413, Newport Workshops, Victoria, Australia
G12 1955–1968 720 B-B or A1A-A1A EMD 12-567C 1425/1310 Locomotive#120 of Israel Railways.
G16 1958–1967 326 C-C EMD 16-567C 1950/1800 Israel-Egypt EMD G16.JPG
GT16 1962 72 C-C EMD 16-567D3 2700/2500
G22U 1969 39 A1A-A1A EMD 12-645E 1650/1500 R100 (AAR wheel arrangement: A1A-A1A series locomotive of Taiwan Railway Administration
G22W 1970–1977 56 B-B EMD 12-645E 1650/1500
G22CU 1969–1982 83 C-C EMD 12-645E 1650/1500 Ferrovias.jpg
G22CW 1976 1 C-C EMD 12-645E 1650/1500
G22CU-2 1992–2001 19 C-C EMD 12-645E 1650/1500
GL22C 1971–1977 34 C-C EMD 12-645E 1650/1500
GL22C-2 1996 2 C-C EMD 12-645E 1650/1500
GT22CW-2 1997 15 C-C EMD 12-645E3
GT22LC-2 1981–1996 54 C-C EMD 12-645E3
G26CU 1972–1977 44 C-C EMD 16-645E 2250/2000 2062 series locomotive (2).JPG
G22CW 1969–1978 37 C-C EMD 16-645E 2250/2000
G22CW-2 1982–1986 58 C-C EMD 16-645E 2250/2000
EMD G26MC-2 1995–2008 18 C-C EMD 16-645E 2250/2000
GL26C 1983 2 C-C EMD 16-645E 2250/2000
GL26MC 1966 20 C-C EMD 16-645E 2200/2000
GA8 1960–1968 95 B-B EMD 8-567CR/8-567E 850/800 S300 series Locomotive of Taiwan Railway Administration
GL8 1960–1965 154 B-B (137)
A1A-A1A (12)
EMD 8-567C/8-567CR 950/870 IE 121.jpg
GL12 1967 10 B-B EMD 12-567E 1425/1310
GA12 1961–1962 30 1B-B1 EMD 12-567C 1275/1200
GA12C 1964 25 1B-B1 EMD 12-567C 1275/1200
G18 1967–1978 50 B-B or A1A-A1A EMD 8-645E 1100/1000
GA18 1969 7 B-B EMD 8-645E 1100/1000 S400 series Locomotive of Taiwan Railway Administration
GL18M 1977 30 B-B EMD 8-645E 1100/1000
GL18B 1993–2000 B-B EMD 8-645
GM6 1959–1961 6 C EMD 6-567C 600 hp (450 kW)
GR12 1961–1969 151 C-C EMD 12-567C 1425/1310 GR-12 A628 Sobreviviente.jpg
GT18MC 1974 25 C-C EMD 8-645E3 1525/1425 EMD GT18 8200 ALL.jpg
GT18LC-2 197?-199? 17 C-C EMD 8-645E3C 1,500 hp (1,120 kW) GT18LC2.jpg
GT22CU 1972 20 C-C EMD 12-645E3 2475/2250 Ferrocarriles Argentinos - Carguero en Ingeniero Maury.jpg
GT22CUM-1 GT22CUMONALL.jpg
GT22CUM-2
GT22CW 1972–1976 43 C-C EMD 12-645E3 2475/2250 TrenFerrosurRoca.jpg
GT22HW Emd gt22hw yu.jpg
GT26MC 1971 50 C-C EMD 16-645E3 2900/2600 GM GT26 MAC 8228.JPG
GT26CW 1971–1978 357 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3300/3000
GT26CW-1 1970~1988 180 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp (2,200 kW) Dl7100.jpg
GT26CW-2 1972–1989 73 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3300/3000
GT26CU-2 1976–1992 17 C-C EMD 16-645E3 3300/3000
FT36HCW-2 1988~ 15 C-C EMD 16-645FB3 3,300 hp (2,500 kW)
GT38ACe 2010 50 C-C EMD 8-710G3A-T2 2150/2000
GT46MAC WDG4-12049.jpg
GT46PAC EMD GT46PAC - Indian Railways.jpg
JL8 1962 37 B-B EMD 8-567C 950/875 B181 colbert.JPG
JL18 1966 12 B-B EMD 8-645E 1100/1000 CIE 185 loco.jpg
JT22CW 1976–1984 21 C-C 12-645E3 2450/2250 Ie071.jpg
JT22CW-2 1978 4 C-C 12-645E3 2475/2250
JT22LC-2 1981 10 C-C 12-645E3B 2475/2250
JT22MC 1983–1985 30 C-C EMD 12-645E3 2475/2250
JT26CW-SS
Class 59
1985–1995 16 C-C 16-645E3C 3,300 hp (2,460 kW) 59001 'Yeoman Endeavour' at Doncaster Works.JPG
JT42HCW 1994–1995 34 C-C 12-710G3B 3,000 hp (2,240 kW) Iarnrod Eireann Class 201.jpg
JT42CW[1][2] 1996 8 C-C 12N-710G3B 3,000 hp (2,240 kW) →Israel
JT42BW[1][3] 1996–2006 48 B-B 12N-710G3B 3,000 hp (2,240 kW) →Israel
JT42CWR
Class 66 / Series 66
1998–present 545+ C-C 12N-710G3B-EC
12N-710G3B-T2
3,000 hp (2,240 kW) 66108 at Didcot.JPG
JT42HW-HS
Class 67
1999–2000 30 B-B 12N-710G3B-EC 3,000 hp (2,240 kW) 67017 'Arrow' at Plymouth.JPG
JT56ACe 2007–2009 6,000 hp (4,470 kW) →China
GPL15T 2004–2008 16 B-B
SDP28 1966 6 C-C 1,800 hp (1,340 kW)
SDP38 1967 40 C-C 2,000 hp (1,490 kW)
SD38-2TC 1994 8 C-C 2,000 hp (1,490 kW)
SDL38-2 1978 6 C-C 2,000 hp (1,490 kW)
SDL40-2 1981–1987 21 C-C 3,000 hp (2,240 kW)
SDL50 1981–2005 31 C-C 3,500 hp (2,610 kW)
NF110 1952–1953 9 Preserved GMDD NF110 902 at Lewisporte, Newfoundland.
NF210 1956–1960 38

Aftermarket conversions[edit]

Model designation Build year Total produced AAR wheel arrangement Prime mover Power output Image
SWBLW
"Beep"
1970 1 B-B EMD 16-567BC 1,500 hp
(1,119 kW)
CF7 1970–1978 233 B-B EMD 16-567BC 1,500 hp
(1,119 kW)
CWRY 517.JPG
GP5 B-B ILSX 1362 (6369688831).jpg
GP7U B-B CA2158.JPG
GP8 B-B
GP10 B-B GP10 diesel-electric locomotive.jpg
GP11 1978–1981 51 B-B CAGY 1804.jpg
GP15C 1990–1991 7 B-B CAT 3512 1,500 hp (1,100 kW) Railroad-Saint-Paul-2006-11-04.jpg
GP16 1979–1982 155 B-B EMD 16-645 1,600 hp
(1,200 kW)
PA300043.JPG
G18AR 1979-1981 10 A1A-A1A EMD 8-645 950 hp
(709 kW)
DBR 1199 at Westfield.jpg
G22AR 1977–1982 85 A1A-A1A EMD 12-645 1,650 hp
(1,230 kW)
MAXX Train DC4254.jpg
G22CR 1998-2001 16 C-C EMD 12-645 1,650 hp
(1,230 kW)
Tas-train-at-glenorchy.jpg
GP28M B-B
GP28P B-B
GP30C 1990–1991 3 B-B CAT 3515 2,000 hp (1,500 kW) Railroad-Saint-Paul-2006-11-04.jpg
GP38H-3 B-B EMD 16-645E
with HEP
2,000 hp
(1.5 MW)
GP40-2H 1996 6 B-B Shoreline East NHRR Livery.jpg
GP40FH-2 B-B MNCR4188.JPG
GP40WH-2 1990 20 B-B EMD 16-645E3 3,000 hp
(2.2 MW)
MARC GP40WH-2#52 at Camden Station, Baltimore, Maryland
SD20 C-C 2,000 hp (1,490 kW) Grain train.JPG
SD20-2 C-C PHL SD20-2 45.jpg
SD26 1973–1978 80 C-C EMD 567 with 645 power assemblies 2,650 hp (1,980 kW) ST621.jpeg
SD39-2M Fepasa KDM.jpg
GP22ECO 2009- B-B EMD 8-710 2,150 hp (1,600 kW)
SD22ECO 2009- C-C EMD 8-710 2,150 hp (1,600 kW)
SD32ECO 2009- C-C EMD 12-710 3,150 hp (2,350 kW)

References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Rail Fan Europe, EMD Exports, Israel, retrieved 2008-06-22.
  2. ^ Vossloh Spain, Diesel-Electric Locomotives, JT42 CW, retrieved 2008-06-22.
  3. ^ Vossloh Spain, Diesel-Electric Locomotives, JT42 BW, retrieved 2008-06-22.

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