Märklin H0 - 37621 - Diesel-hydraulic locomotive - 3-piece US diesel locomotive EMD F7 - Amtrak

Märklin H0 - 37621 - Diesel-hydraulic locomotive - 3-piece US diesel locomotive EMD F7 - Amtrak
AC - Alternating current/Analogue, Digital - Mint - In original box

Märklin H0 - 37621 - Diesel hydraulic locomotive - 3-piece US-diesel locomotive EMD F7 - Amtrak
With original packaging and booklets.
Running numbers: 101, 152 and 106.

In the familiar Amtrak livery.
Full metal set, equipped with 2 motors

Tested and fully functional.
Undamaged and without paintwork issues.

Because the fragile grey inner packaging sometimes breaks during transport, the set will be shipped separate from the original packaging as a precaution.
Of course, the original packaging will be included in the shipment.

Length 52 cm
Please see the photos for a beautiful impression.

Diesel locomotive General Motors EMD-F7
The American GM-EMD Series F-7 locomotives are diesel-electric locomotives of the F series from the manufacturer, the Electro-Motive Division (EMD), part of General Motors Diesel. The EMD F7 is the successor to the Series GM-EMD F3 The locomotives were used by various railway companies in the USA but also in other countries such as Canada. These locomotives were originally intended for hauling freight trains, but were then also used for hauling passenger trains such as the "Super Chief", "El Capitan" and the "Santa Fé".

Development and Deployment:
The GM-EMD F7 locomotives were diesel electric locomotives from the Electro-Motive Division of General Motors and General Motors Diesel and were the successors of the construction series EMD-F3. The locomotives had a power output of 1,100 KW. They were built by EMD in the USA and General Motors Canada in the period 1949-1953. Of these, 3717 units (2285 A-units and 1432 B-units) were built by Electro-Motive Division (EMD) in the USA and 127 units (80 A-units and 47 B-units) by General Motors in Canada. The locomotives were available as an A-unit (with cab) and a B-unit (without cab). The locomotives were most versatile due to their double traction capabilities. Two A-units with control car and several B-units without control cars could be coupled as required for suitable train power in traction and be controlled synchronously from either end.

The EMD-F7 locomotives were still widely used on the North American Railways until the 1970s. In Canada they were used for an even longer period of time.

Lot details
No. of items
Diesel-hydraulic locomotive
Railroad company
Catalogue Number
Power supply
AC - Alternating current
Analogue, Digital
In original box
Additional information
3-piece US diesel locomotive EMD F7
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