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Ath-G75627 Athearn Genesis Ho G2.0 Sd60M-3 Tri-Clops With Dcc & Sound Bnsf #1416 Locomotive
Ath-G75627 Athearn Genesis Ho G2.0 Sd60M-3 Tri-Clops With Dcc & Sound Bnsf #1416 Locomotive
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ATH-G75627 Athearn Genesis HO G2.0 SD60M-3 Tri-Clops With DCC & Sound, BNSF #1416

  • $580.00 AUD


ATHG75627
Athearn Genesis
HO Scale
SD60M  Diesel-Electric
#1416 BNSF
DCC/Sound Fitted

BNSF FEATURES:

  • Ex-BN, new "wedge" logo paint
  • Electronic bell
  • Angled electrical cabinet
  • Road number specific features

 

Starting in the mid 2010's, BNSF overhauled a batch of SD60Ms. They were re-wired, rebuilt, repainted, and had remote control equipment installed in most of them. BNSF classifies these as 'SD60M-3's'. In this run, we are offering two road units, and one yard service version. 1405 retains it older BN carbody with brake wheel, while 1416 and 8131 has the newer rebuilt body with electronic brake ratchet. All 3 show slightly different versions of the current BNSF scheme.


#1416

  • Small EMD plow
  • Strobe light (effect in DCC)
  • Front and rear ditch lights
  • Unique front number board font
  • Remote control decals, new BNSF style electronic brake ratchet.


SD60M "TRI-CLOPS" SERIES LOCOMOTIVE FEATURES:

    • Fully-assembled and ready-to-run
    • DCC-ready features Quick Plug plug-and-play technology with 21-pin NEM connector
    • Scaled from prototype resources including drawings, field measurements, photographs, and more
    • Accurately –painted and –printed paint schemes
    • Coupler cut levers
    • Flexible rubber MU hoses for durability
    • Flexible rubber trainline hose
    • See-through cab windows
    • Full cab interior
    • Walkway tread
    • Fine-scale Celcon handrails for scale appearance
    • Windshield wipers
    • Lift rings
    • Wire grab irons
    • Detailed fuel tank with fuel fillers, fuel gauges, & breather pipes
    • Sander lines
    • McHenry® scale knuckle couplers - Kadee compatible
    • Genesis driveline with 5-pole skew wound motor, precision machined flywheels, and multi-link drivetrain
    • All-wheel drive with precision gears for smooth & quiet operation
    • All-wheel electrical pickup provides reliable current flow
    • Wheels with RP25 contours operate on all popular brands of track
    • LED lighting for realistic appearance
    • Heavy die-cast frame for greater traction and more pulling power
    • Packaging securely holds model for safe storage
    • Warranty service available
    • Minimum radius: 18" Recommended radius 22"
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GENESIS 2.0 FEATURES:

      • By integrating and pioneering some of the latest model advancements in the industry, Athearn is redefining model fidelity with Genesis 2.0
      • Etched, see-through walkway steps
      • Illuminated number boards
      • Illuminated ground lights above front trucks
      • DCC+Sound models feature dual Sugarcube speakers for optimal sound quality
      • Animated roller bearing caps
       

SOUND-EQUIPPED MODELS ALSO FEATURE

      • Dual cube speakers
      • Onboard DCC+Sound models have full-feature Tsunami2 sound decoder by SoundTraxx
      • Sound units operate in both DC and DCC
      • Full DCC functions available when operated in DCC mode
      • Engine, horn, and bell sounds work in DC
      • All functions NMRA compatible in DCC mode
      • Precision slow speed control
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PROTOTYPE SPECIFIC INFORMATION

In 1984, EMD unveiled the first four SD60 demonstrator locomotives. The SD60 was equipped with a 3,800 horsepower, 16-cylinder, turbocharged 710G3A prime mover. Five years later, EMD began offering the SD60 with the wide nose "safety" cab with the infamous "Tri-Clops" 3-piece windshield, thus creating the SD60M. The term "Tri-clops" is a popular railfan nick name that refers to the original 3-window cab design. Union Pacific was the first road to order these new SD60M locomotives followed by Burlington Northern and SOO Line. BN's SD60M locomotives went on to the merged BNSF while the SOO Line units went to Canadian Pacific. Some of the BNSF units found more mileage with Norfolk Southern and in lease service for CEFX.


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