Perfect diesel to power any HO trainset.
Heavy de cast metal frame, powerful can motor with flywheel and all-wheel electrical pickup & drive.
DC (Not DCC Ready) To make it DCC or DCC & Sound it will have to be hard wired.
Began Rail Service in 1987 and still in service. Used former BN lines.
Years Built: 1951-1958
Quantity Made 34
Road Numbers: 102-135
What did the M mean in the GP9M
The "M" suffix to mark these as remanufactured engines. The "M" meant modified to something less than a normal rating for the model. This information was researched and may have errors.
Another Note: The would of be times when a MRL could be MU'd up to a BN proved the engine had the capability of being Matched up.