In 1939, GM's EMD division introduced two switcher locomotives, the NW-2 and its smaller sibling the SW-1. The NW-2 was equipped with a 1000 H.P. twelve cylinder engine. It was GM's most popular switcher of all time, with over 1100 units sold. The last unit was manufactured in December of 1949. Many railroads and shortlines have rebuilt these units due to their flexibility and reliability. Williams offers this popular little switcher in the Pennsylvania paint scheme. Locomotive Features: 4 wheel trucks with traction tires; Powered by dual motors; Flywheel coasting action; All metal gears and wheels; Electronic 6-amp reverse board; True Blast II digital horn and bell; Durable ABS plastic shell; Die cast trucks, truck sides, and frame; Dual headlights; Die cast operating couplers; and Wire handrails.
|Locomotive Length 12 inches, Height 4 inches.|