EMD SW / SW1, Class ES6
|Road Numbers||Qty||Model||Delivery||HO Scale Models|
|The SW1 is characterized by the single exhaust stack, front sand box and the extra deck space behind the cab.
Later phases had the tall exhaust stack and a straight hood to cab transition.
EMD NW2, Class ES10
As an experiment, for passenger switching, ES10 #9175 was painted Tuscan Red.
|Road Numbers||Qty||Phase||Delivery||HO Scale Models|
|9155-9176||22||IV||2-11/48||Broadway Limited Imports2 (9163, 9164)|
|9247-9250||4||IV||12/48||Broadway Limited Imports2 (9247, 9248, 9249)|
1 Renumbered 5912 in 1942.
2 The Broadway Limited model is actually a phase V.
|The Phase I to IV NW2 is characterized by the stepped hood to cab transition.|
|The Phase V NW2 is characterized by the straight hood to cab transition and the smaller NW2 opening.|
EMD SW7 / SW9 / 1200, Class ES12 / ES12m
SW1200 7921 was known assigned to Lewistown at some point, per photo on page 132 of "Lewistown and the Pennsylvania Railroad".
|Road Numbers||Qty||Model||Options||Delivery||HO Scale Models|
|Broadway Limited Imports (9359, 9360)|
|9373-9395||23||SW7||3-5/50||Broadway Limited Imports (9390)|
|18||SW9||MU||12/52-3/53||Life Like Proto 2000 (8521, 8529)|
|7900-7934||35||SW1200||10/57-4/58||Broadway Limited Imports (7914)|
|The SW7 has the same profile as the Phase V NW2 with a straight hood to cab transition and six louvered doors.
The SW7 has the larger, full length, front intake opening while the Phase V NW2 has the smaller NW2 opening.
|The SW9 and SW1200 are characterized by eight louvered doors, hood door latches and triangler frame gussettes.
The later model SW1200 has open risers on the steps for draft gear inspection.