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- GP7 / GP9
- 2349 Northern Pacific
2349 Northern Pacific
Production: 1958 & 1959
The 2349 Northern Pacific GP9 diesel was a quality road switcher which Lionel produced for two years. Many consider this diesel as the most attractive and prototypically accurate paint scheme ever designed for a postwar GP diesel. This engine remains in demand today and continues to be extremely popular with collectors and operators.
The 2349 Milwaukee Road has the following standard features: predominately black painted shell with a red stripe and gold painted ends, three position E-unit, two-axle magnetraction, front and rear operating couplers, functional horn plus an illuminated headlight at each end and two exterior simulated horns. The sheet-metal frame is painted gold and has a black plastic simulated fuel tank is attached to its underside.
In addition to the gold Northern Pacific numbers and lettering on each side, there is Radio Equipped lettering stamped in red on each side.
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Only Known Variation - All 2349 Northern Pacific diesels are painted black, red and gold.
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