HO SD60M w/DCC & Sound, BNSF #1467

Detailed Information

CR FEATURES:

To supplement its order for 25 standard cab SD60s in 1989, Conrail purchased 74 SD60Ms in 1992. All were delivered in the Conrail Quality paint scheme with the trademark can opener logo. They could be found in nearly any type of service, from intermodal, to unit coal trains, to Roadrailer service. They can still be seen operating today, albeit in the ownership of CSX & NS.

  • Illuminated pilot mounted ditch lights
  • Dummy Conrail-style “frog-eye” red marker lights on nose & rear
  • EMD low snowplow
  • Leslie S-3L-R air horn
  • Small Sinclair antenna for EOT telemetry
  • Large Sinclair antenna
  • Small cab mirror mounted on engineer’s side
  • Cab mirrors per prototype
  • LSL indicator light
  • Spare knuckles on rear pilot
  • Small auxiliary cabinet
  • Flush Conrail-style dynamic brake intake grille
  • Recessed radiator fans

NS FEATURES:

NS acquired several SD60Is with the breakup of Conrail in 1997-1999. Many have been painted into the current Horsehead scheme and retrofitted with roof-mounted PTC antenna arrays, as depicted on our Genesis model. Reflecting the unique nature of these locomotives (which were repainted on an individual basis), each road number features variations in number board style and lettering placement.

  • Paint scheme: Horsehead
  • First time with PTC antenna array on top of cab
  • New road numbers
  • Previous run: March 2014
  • Small Sinclair antenna for EOT telemetry
  • Small cab mirror mounted on engineer’s side
  • Flush Conrail-style dynamic brake intake grille
  • EMD low snowplow
  • Painted-out marker lights on nose & rear
  • Leslie S-3L-R air horn
  • Large Sinclair antenna
  • Cab mirrors per prototype
  • LSL indicator light
  • Small auxiliary cabinet
  • Illuminated pilot mounted ditch lights
  • Recessed radiator fans

BN FEATURES:

BN acquired 100 SD60Ms between 1989 and 1991. Numbers 9200-9249 featured 3-piece windshields, while 9250-9299 had 2-piece windows. Our models represent as-delivered SD60Ms in 1990-91 with the 2-piece windshield.

Also returning for the first time since 2009 is BN 1991, the Desert Storm unit. The engine was specially decorated to commemorate troops involved in Desert Storm, as well as BN employees who had been called to military duty.

For the fist time ever, these SD60Ms models with Tsunami2 DCC+Sound are equipped with the unique BN strobe ditch lights. Unlike modern flashing ditch lights, the strobes flashed slightly out of sync with each other- an effect that will be accurately depicted on our model.

  • Illuminated BN style strobe ditch lights
  • EMD low snowplow
  • Cab headlight and number boards
  • Nathan AirChime K-3 3-chime air horn
  • Firecracker antenna
  • Small EOT firecracker antenna
  • Mirror/wind deflectors mounted fore and aft of cab side windows
  • Cab mirrors per prototype
  • Long cab sunshades
  • Small auxiliary cabinet
  • Spare knuckles on rear pilot
  • BN-style dynamic brake access panels

BNSF FEATURES:

Inherited from the BN, the BNSF SD60Ms are a colorful & diverse group of locomotives. Representing units as they appear in service today, Athearn Genesis recreates the prototype variations, with each road number featuring unique decoration and/or patching & fading. Although bumped from primary assignments, these units still fill a vital role by powering secondary trains and handling heavy switch & transfer jobs.

Additionally, we are featuring a re-release of BNSF 9297, also known as “The Great Pumpkin.” This specially painted unit featured different schemes on each side, and was used to help decide the future of the railroad’s image.

  • First time: BNSF renumbered the SD60M series to the 14xx series
  • Illuminated pilot mounted ditch lights
  • Nathan AirChime K-3 3-chime air horn
  • Mirror/wind deflectors mounted fore and aft of cab side windows
  • EMD low snowplow
  • Firecracker antenna
  • Small EOT firecracker antenna
  • Small auxiliary cabinet
  • Spare knuckles on rear pilot
  • BN-style dynamic brake access panels
  • Cab headlight and number boards
BNSF 9297 “The Great Pumpkin”:
  • Represents unit as painted in 1996 with different decoration on each side
  • Large & small firecracker antennas
  • Long cab sunshades
  • Cab mirrors per prototype
BNSF 1433:
  • Represents patched & renumbered cascade green unit currently in service
  • Faded paint, dark green patches, “primered” replacement radiator fans
  • Large & small firecracker antennas
  • Long cab sunshades
  • Cab mirrors per prototype
BNSF 1452:
  • Represent patched & faded Heritage II units currently in service
  • Different color patches & fading per prototype photos
  • Large & small firecracker antennas
  • Short cab sunshades
  • Cab mirrors per prototype
BNSF 1463, 1467:
  • Represent patched & faded Heritage II units currently in service
  • Different color patches & fading per prototype photos
  • Large & small firecracker antennas
  • Long cab sunshades
  • Cab mirrors per prototype

CSX FEATURES:

Several CSX SD60Is have been repainted in CSX’s latest scheme, featuring the “How Tomorrow Moves” slogan and boxcar logo. The units, having been repainted on an individual basis, feature distinct variations in logo placement & size. Unlike NS units, CSX SD60Is retain their Conrail-specified red marker lights. They can be found system-wide, often times working with other 6-axle GE & EMD power.

  • New paint scheme: Dark Future with “Boxcar” logo
  • Illuminated pilot mounted ditch lights
  • EMD low snowplow
  • Dummy Conrail-style “frog-eye” red marker lights on nose & rear
  • Nathan K5LAR24 horn
  • Small Sinclair antenna for EOT telemetry
  • Large Sinclair antenna
  • Cab mirrors & sunshades per prototype
  • Sunshades on #8774 only
  • Spare knuckles on rear pilot
  • Small auxiliary cabinet
  • Flush Conrail-style dynamic brake intake grille
  • Recessed radiator fans

LOCOMOTIVE FEATURES:

  • Fully-assembled and ready-to-run
  • Multiple unit (MU) hoses with silver glad hands
  • Front and rear trainline air hose with silver glad hands
  • Coupler cut levers with loops
  • Anticlimbers
  • Safety tread on the walkways
  • Square corner left-side cab door with window
  • Anti-glare panel painted on the nose
  • Factory applied photo-etch windshield wipers & lift rings
  • See through cab windows
  • Detailed and painted cab interior with control stand, display screens, detailed crew seats
  • See-through radiator fans
  • Factory installed wire grab irons
  • Fine-scale handrails for scale appearance
  • Underframe mounted bell
  • Detailed 4,500 gallon fuel tank
  • HT-C trucks with Timken bearings
  • DCC-ready features Quick Plug™ plug-and-play technology with both 8- and 9-pin connector
  • McHenry scale knuckle spring couplers
  • Scaled from prototype resources including drawings, field measurements, photographs, and more
  • Accurately painted and printed paint schemes
  • Genesis driveline with 5-pole skew wound motor, precision machined flywheels, and multi-link drivetrain for trouble free operation
  • All-wheel drive with precision gears for smooth and quiet operation
  • All-wheel electrical pickup provides reliable current flow
  • Wheels with RP25 contours operate on all popular brands of track
  • Incandescent bulbs for realistic appearance
  • Bidirectional constant lighting so headlight brightness remains constant
  • Heavy die-cast frame for greater traction and more pulling power
  • Packaging securely holds for the model for safe storage
  • Minimum radius: 18”
  • Recommended radius: 22”

SOUND EQUIPPED MODELS ALSO FEATURE:

  • Onboard DCC decoder with SoundTraxx Tsunami2 sound
  • Sound units operate in both DC and DCC
  • Full DCC functions available when operated in DCC mode
  • Engine, horn, and bell sounds work in DC
  • All functions NMRA compatible in DCC mode
  • Excellent Slow speed control
  • Operating lighting functions with F5 and/or F6 (Flashing ditch lights, beacon, etc)
  • Program a multiple unit (MU) lashup with lead unit only horn, bell, and lights
  • Many functions can be altered via Configuration Value (CV) changes
  • CV chart included in the box

PROTOTYPE HISTORY

In 1984, EMD unveiled the first four SD60 demonstrator units. The SD60 was equipped with a 3,800 horsepower, 16 cylinder, turbocharged 710 engine. Five years later, EMD began offering the SD60 with the “safety” wide nose cab, thus creating the SD60M. Union Pacific was the first to acquire the SD60M followed by Burlington Northern, Soo Line, and Conrail. Conrail also ordered SD60I “isolated cab” versions. BN’s SD60M’s went to BNSF while Conrail’s units were split between Norfolk Southern and CSX.

Specifications

DCC: Equipped
SOUND: Tsunami2
PROTOTYPE MANUFACTURER: EMD
Minimum Age Recommendation: 14 years
Is Assembly Required: No

HO SD60M w/DCC & Sound, BNSF #1467

[ATHG67428]

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