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InterMountain HO EMD F9B w ESU LokSound DCC, AC #1762 49591S-02


Available on backorder

Expected January 2017
MSRP: $259.95

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InterMountain HO EMD F9B, ESU LokSound DCC
Algoma Central #1762

InterMountain Item #49591S-02


  • Equipped with factory installed ESU LokSound DCC Decoders
  • Sharp Painting and Lettering
  • The body has finely molded detail
  • Wire Grab Irons
  • Etched metal screens for the roof, the fan, the dynamic brake openings and the side grills
  • Kadee® metal knuckle couplers are included

Prototype History:

The EMD FP9 was a 1,750 horsepower (1,300 kW), B-B dual-service passenger and freight-hauling diesel locomotive produced between February 1954 and December 1959 by General Motors Electro-Motive Division, and General Motors Diesel. Final assembly was at GM-EMD’s La Grange, Illinois plant, except for Canadian orders, which were assembled by Canadian subsidiary GMD at London, Ontario. The FP9 was essentially EMD’s F9 locomotive extended by four feet to give greater steam generator and water capacity for hauling passenger trains. A total of 90 cab-equipped lead A units were built; unlike the freight series, no cabless booster B units were sold. Regular F9B units were sometimes used with FP9A units, since they, lacking cabs, had more room for water and steam generators. The FP9 and its predecessor, the FP7, were offshoots of GM-EMD’s highly successful F-unit series of cab unit diesel locomotives.