The ALCo C636 was the largest single engine diesel-electric locomotive built by the company. Our model features a resin cast shell, 3D printed trucks, etched metal details, and a set of laser cut windows.
MLW in Canada produced a very similar version of the C636 for canadian railways, known as the M636. This unit was outfitted with Dofasco trucks and had some different grille and door details.
The TP56 is a tiny switching locomotive built by Curry Rail Services for Tractive Power Corporation. It uses recycled HT-C trucks and sill components from locomotives such as the EMD SD40-2. Our model runs on a motorized truck from the Kato SD40-2 Mid Production locomotive.
Built for SP by Morrison-Knudsen, the Tractive Effort Booster Units were used across the railroad and some are still in service today with UP and the Arkansas & Missouri. Our model features a 3D printed shell and etched metal details.
Heralded as the future of diesel-electric switching locomotives, the NRE 3GS21B serves multiple class one and short line/regional operators including UP, BNSF, and NS. Our model replaces the shell of the Atlas B23-7, and features a 3D printed shell with etched metal detail parts.
The RS-36 was one of the last models of locomotives built by ALCo before it began its new Century line. Our model is comprised of a 3D printed shell that replaces the body of the Atlas RS-11 locomotive. There are multiple versions of this model available.
EMD GP40X (GP35 Rebuild)
Commonly confused with the 1972 GP40X, this rebuild from a GP35 core by EMD was one of the first to use EMD's brand-new 645 prime mover. One example was built. Our model features a 3D printed shell that fits the Atlas GP35 mechanism.