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Built by the General Motors Electro-Motive Division (EMD) between 1954 and 1959, these 1,750-horsepower diesel-electric locomotives were put to use across the whole of the United States, Canada, Mexico and South America.

More than 3,400 examples were built, making the 4-axle ‘Geep’ one of the best-selling US locomotives of all time. A number of GP9s remain in service today on short lines and industrial facilities, and as switchers for the major railroads, though they can be difficult to spot as they have mostly been extensively rebuilt.

This versatile locomotive will be a great add-on for US railfans, whether you are switching or hauling on the mainline.

Stock Featured

EMD GP9 in the following liveries:

Union Pacific

Burlington Northern

BNSF Heritage

Canadian National

Santa Fe (2 variants)

Milwaukee Road

Rock Island

Southern

Chicago North Western

Rio Grande

Western Pacific

Southern Pacific (2 variants)

Great Northern


Routes Featuring the GP 9

The GP9 Add-On includes yard switching mini-route based on a large Chicago yard.

Castle Rock

Cajon Pass


Geep Trail (Standard)

Monument is used as a starting point for larger services heading south. Collect up several freight manifests and run them down to the yard at Monument for onward shipment.

Route - Castle Rock


Switch Off (Standard)

BNSF are clearing out their back roads and taking locos to the scrap. The latest move has arrived in Victorville and you must take it on to Barstow where the machine shops will strip the engines down and scrap the rest.

Route - Cajon Pass


Cut Back (Standard)

Many duties around the yard involve breaking down inbound trains and putting together outbound manifests for onward shipment and the US. Here you are given one such duty, so do you have what it takes to make the cut of Switcher Pilots.

Route - Chicago Yard


Cement Switching (Free Roam)

Move around cars with the various GP9s around the Cement Yard

Route - Castle Rock


Cutting under the Clouds (Free Roam)

December Switching - Move cars around Victorville yard

Route - Cajon Pass


Mid Yard (Free Roam)

With a central view over the yard expanse, you're free to switch and cut the cars all around. Select a locomotive by clicking on it and then move around the yard at will.

Route - Chicago Yard


East Yard (Free Roam)

Two Santa Fe units can be found ready to operate at the Eastern End fo the yard. Take either for a spin in this free roaming scenario.

Route - Chicago Yard


Locomotive Depot (Free Roam)

A recently serviced GP9 in Burlington Northern green has become available on the roster. Starting in the depot, head out to the rest of the yard. This is a free roam scenario so you can operate at your choice.

Route - Chicago Yard


Passenger Line (Free Roam)

While heavily industrialized, the yard is also skirted by a local metro line for commuters. Take a trip round the south side of the yard in one of two F7 operated passenger trains.

Route - Chicago Yard


North Yard (Free Roam)

Venturing south from the border, two Canadian National units are currently situated in the North Yard. Keep them busy by making use of the available traction to switch

cars for outbound manifestos.

Route - Chicago Yard