Internal Combustion Locomotives

EMC 1937 Dardanelle & Russellville 14
EMC 1937
Dardanelle & Russellville 14
Description:Diesel-Electric SC 600

Equipment Information

Dardanelle & Russellville 14 is one of the oldest preserved locomotives built by Electro-Motive in LaGrange, Illinois. It is also the only surviving SC type locomotive. It is a diesel switching locomotive designed to move freight cars around railroad yards at low speed and is powered by a Winton 201A diesel engine (“prime mover”), the same type that powered the Pioneer Zephyr.

COMPARE ME WITH: Burlington 9255, an SW7 switcher that outwardly looks similar to D&R 14 but was built 13 years later. Winton 201A-powered switchers like 14 are direct ancestors to the SW7, a popular design of which nearly 500 examples were built.

Builder: Electro Motive Corporation
Year Built: 1937
Model: SC
Horsepower: 600
Length: 43ft 7in
Width: 10ft 2in
Height: 15ft 3in
Weight: 200000 lbs
Brakes: 14EL
Engine: Winton 8-201a
Motors: 4 GE
Trucks: AAR-A
Description: Diesel-Electric (Ex Missouri Pacific 9001)
Arrived: 1989
Condition: Complete / unrestored / not operational

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