PREORDER Athearn ATHG13222 GP15-1 w/DCC & Sound, GMTX #427, HO

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UP FEATURES:

  • Front and rear ditch lights
  • Cab roof A/C
  • Etched cab mirrors

The UP roster includes GP15-1 unts from CNW and MP, and they are used across the system as switchers and local power. Some have been converted to RCL (Remote-Control locomotive) operation, which is denoted by the twin strobes on the roof.

ROAD NUMBER SPECIFIC FEATURES:

#547

  • Ex-CNW
  • Baby Wings on nose
  • Firecracker antenna
  • Nathan K3LA horn on bracket
  • Front snowplow
  • rear MU hose pockets
  • White stripes on rear pilot
  • Red frame stripe; era early 2000s-2013

#551

  • Ex-CNW
  • Baby Wings on nose
  • Small Sinclair antenna
  • Nathan K3LA horn
  • Front and rear MU hose pockets
  • Red sill stripe; era early 2000s-2014

#570

  • Ex-MP
  • Baby Wings on nose
  • RCL unit with strobes on cab roof
  • Small Sinclair and large Firecracker antennas
  • Front snowplow and rear MU hose catch tray
  • Nathan K3LA horn on angled bracket
  • Yellow sill stripe; era late 2010s-present

#574

  • Ex-MP
  • UP shield on nose
  • RCL unit with strobes on cab roof
  • Small Sinclair and large Firecracker antennas
  • Front snowplow and rear MU hose catch tray
  • Nathan K3LA horn on bracket
  • Yellow sill stripe; era late 2010s-present

SLSF FEATURES:

  • Functioning nose mounted oscillating light
  • Functioning roof mounted beacon
  • Ratchet style brake

The Frisco ordered 25 GP15-1s in 1977. They were equipped with both a nose-mounted gyralight and a cab roof-mounted beacon. Painted in the roads attractive Mandarin Orange and white scheme, the units were used in all types of secondary service, often in pairs.

BNSF FEATURES:

  • Ex- SLSF units
  • Front and rear ditch lights
  • Spare knuckles on rear pilot

Friscos 25 GP15-1 units became a part of the BN system in 1980, and many survived to see the BNSF merger as well. Only one unit is known to have received BNSF orange and green paint; the others wore faded coats on BN green paint for the rest of their service lives.

ROAD NUMBER SPECIFIC FEATURES:

#1481

  • Primed for Grime unit in BN paint
  • Leslie RS3L horn on cab
  • 88 Nose with blanked gyralight
  • Front snowplow
  • Large and small firecracker antennas; Era Late 1990s+

#1495

  • Primed for Grime unit in BN paint
  • 88 Nose with BNSF-style headlight; blanked cab headlight
  • Nathan K3LA horn on long hood
  • Large and small firecracker antennas; Era Late 1990s+

#1478

  • Full BNSF H1 paint
  • 88 Nose with BNSF style headlight; blanked cab headlight
  • Leslie RS3L horn on long hood
  • Whip and small firecracker antennas; Era Late 1990s+

GMTX FEATURES:

  • Former CR units
  • Front and rear ditch lights
  • 88 nose with removed class lights
  • Front low snowplow
  • Large and small Sinclair antennas
  • Etched cab mirrors
  • Late style hinged battery box doors

GMTX owns a large number of GP15-1 units which can be seen across the country in lease service.

ROAD NUMBER SPECIFIC FEATURES:

#410

  • Leslie SL5T horn on cab
  • Weed Cutter style plow on rear
  • Standard Hyatt style axle bearings
  • Standard underframe mounted bell

#426

  • Leslie R33L horn on bracket-mounted on long hood
  • Rear low snowplow
  • Exposed Timken style axle bearings
  • Bell mounted on conductors side of long hood

#427

  • Nathan K5LA horn mounted on long hood
  • No rear plow
  • Exposed Timken style axle bearings
  • Bell mounted on conductors side of long hood

CNW FEATURES:

  • Nose mounted Gong style bell
  • Nose Gyralight
  • 1990s Traditional yellow paint scheme
  • ATS shoes
  • Separate Switch Broom included
  • Operating beacon

ROAD NUMBER SPECIFIC FEATURES:

#4405

  • Operation Lifesaver paint scheme

#4410

  • Operation Lifesaver paint scheme

#4409

  • 1990s Traditional yellow paint scheme

C&NW purchased 25 GP15-1s in 1976 to supplement their collection of used and original road switcher fleet. They could be found in local service in the Chicago area and other upper Midwest points on the C&NW system. By the time of the UP merger in 1995 there were only 10 of them left in service.

VCRR FEATURES:

  • Former CNW unit
  • Front and rear ditch lights
  • Retains the distinctive CNW gong bell on nose
  • Small firecracker and large Sinclair antennas
  • Leslie RS3L horn on bracket, mounted on long hood
  • Cab-mounted Xenon strobe
  • Front low snowplow, rear MU catch boxes

The Ventura County Railroad connects the UP main line in Oxnard with South Oxnard and Port Hueneme. The line began operations in 1998 under RailAmerica and has since fallen under the ownership of shortline conglomerate Genesee and Wyoming. VCRR 1560 is the only GP15-1 on the roster, and wears commemorative art for late VCRR engineer George Blyler on its rear flanks.

CFNR FEATURES:

#1568-1570

  • G&W orange paint
  • Different horn styles per prototype
  • AC unit included separately

#103/106/109

  • Original CFNR Green & cream scheme
  • Different horn types per prototype

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