May 03


The U30C was one of the first successes of General Electric in the diesel locomotive market. With 600 units sold, the U30C proved to be a viable alternative for customers who could not purchase SD40 or SD40-2 locomotives from EMD due to production backlogs. As the U30C hit the market, rail companies began to understand the benefits of high horsepower six-axle locomotives. This meant that the model was able to hold its own well in the market despite reliability problems. A total of 606 locomotives of this type were manufactured for 18 Class 1 railway companies, the US Department of Transportation and the Mexican Ferrocarril del Pacifico until the end of production in 1976.Included in this package are paint schemes of the following railroads:
– Burlington Northern Railroad
– Union Pacific RailroadFeatures:
– 3 Lod’s
– Aging
– Manned and unmanned / turned versions
– custom soundsetTechnical specifications:
– Maximum speed: 70 mph
– Power: 2238 KW
– Tractive effort: 407.68 KN
– Availability: 1972 – 1990Disclaimer:
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