Debuting in 1993, the C44-9Ws proved very popular with many North American railroads like Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF)
Due to stricter emissions requirements introduced in 2005, the production of the Dash 9 was replaced by the GE ES44DC.
Experience one of the greatest workhorse locomotives of modern North American freight with the Dash 9 Locomotive
Routes Featuring the BNSF Dash-9;
Barstow to San Bernardino
Climbing over Cajon
Start Location Devore
Take on the challenge of hauling trains over the Cajon Pass. A drop off is required at Hesperia before you can make your final stop at Victorville. How will you do?
Free Roam: Dash 9s at Victorville
Start Location Victorville
Pick a train by clicking on it, then explore the route.
Digging the Pass
Start Location East Victorville
Starting at East Victorville, navigate the Cajon Pass to San Bernardino. There are works on the tunnels so be extra vigilant.
Dash to Lenwood
Start Location Barstow Engine Shed
Today you need to refuel your engine, assemble all your motive power (in the order 4197, 4325, 4323 and 4093); couple to your freight cars then begin your journey out of Barstow. Aim to pass the Lenwood junction by 15:23, allowing another train to pass.
Oil and Coal
Start Location Larkspur
Starting at Larkspur, take oil to Monument then organise some empty coal freight cars before heading North back up the line.
Fuel for Life
Start Location Monument
Help keep the import of coal to Castle Rock going. Drive a pair of BNSF C44-9 locomotives from Monument with the assistance of a helper on the rear.
The Dash 9 locomotive 6 liveries
Dash 9 BNSF
Dash 9 BNSF New
Dash 9 War Bonnet
Dash 9 War Bonnet New
Dash 9 Norfolk Southern
Dash 9 Canadian National