AC6000 Diesel Locomotives: One of the most powerful
locomotives on the modern rails, the AC6000 is equipped with a 6,000
horsepower, four-stroke engine developed jointly by the German
manufacturer Deutz MWM and General Electric. These mammoth 76-foot long
diesels carry 5,500 gallons of fuel and forty cubic feet of sand. Built
for efficiency as well as power, the AC6000 meets modern emissions
standards and consumes less fuel than some of its predecessors. It also
comes equipped with an onboard microprocessor which, via satellite, can
communicate important maintenance and repair alerts to railroad service
Locomotive Road Number: 7050
Gauge: Standard O
Dimensions: Length: 19 ½"
RailLine: Union Pacific
Minimum Curve: O-42
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