Baldwin's BF-16 Sharknose diesels distinctive contours were inspired by Pennsy's T1 class steam locomotive and certainly appear related to the GG1. Known as excellent luggers, the Sharks saw service hauling heavy ore and coal drags.
The BF-16 Shark beat the F7 with 100 additional horsepower and tied the FA2 with 1600 horsepower.
Contrary to many reports, Baldwin diesels could be run in MU operation with diesels built by other makers if the units were ordered with the proper MU equipment from the Baldwin catalog.
There are two surviving Sharks owned by the Escanaba and Lake Superior Railroad.
NEW Paragon3 Sound & Operation System FEATURING ROLLING THUNDER with Authentic Sounds and Prototypical Operation in both DC and DCC environments Factory Installed Engineer/Fireman Figures Locomotive Composition: ABS Body with Die Cast Chassis Couplers: (2) Operating Kadee or Compatible Compatible Tracks: Code 83 and 100 Rail Minimum Operating Radius: 18" or greater
Adaptors to make the engine Coupler or Latch to the other engine.