1993, General Electric introduced the C44-9W locomotive, which quickly became
known as the "Dash 9." Among the railroads to order them were Santa Fe,
Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Union Pacific, Chicago & North Western and
Southern Pacific. These locomotives were produced in large quantities for the
these and other North American railroads until the end of 2004. The C44-9W
continue in service today for their original and subsequent owners with many
being given a new lease on like in various rebuild programs.
InterMountain Railway Dash 9 will include all of the features you have come to
expect from our locomotive products. The Dash 9 will be offered in multiple
phases representing road specific and order specific details whenever
possible. Among the variations that will be offered; Three and Four Window
Cabs, Canadian Teardrop Window Cab, High and Low Headlights, and Early and
Late Radiator Intake Grilles. Non-Sound
models will have a factory installed DCC decoder capable of operating on
analog DC or DCC. Sound models will have a factory installed ESU LokSound
DCC decoder. DC plug available upon request.
Locomotives produced under license from the General Electric Company.
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