Models of steam, diesel, and electric locomotives have been produced by numerous manufacturers over the years.
Athearn’s steam generator-equipped SD40 model from 1966 replicated Electro-Motive Division’s SDP40 passenger diesel sold to Great Northern and NdeM, and included a number of fantasy road names as well.
Bachmann introduced a single-truck powered version of U36B model and sold it in the 1970s as a U33B.
This model was Bachmann’s second F-unit for its HO-scale line. The model originally saw introduced by AHM in 1974 and came to Bachmann’s catalog in 1977.
Originally among the 1970s Lionel-HO line, Bachmann adds this GP30 diesel in 1979.
One of a number of HO models of EMD’s F40PH to arrive in the late 1970s was Bachmann’s effort.
When Bachmann expanded from its Plasticville USA kits into a full line of HO in the early 1970s, this GP40 diesel locomotive was introduced.
One of Bachmann’s first HO locomotives was its F9A model.
A classic in AHM’s line, this 0-8-0 steam locomotive switcher was featured with a New Haven C-Liner in the company’s artwork featured on the cover of catalogs during the 1970s.
A mid-1970s addition to AHM’s line was this small two-axle trolley model. The model included a powered trolley with pantograph pole and a similar non-powered trolley with no roof electrical equipment.
One of AHM’s commuter releases was this HO model of Boeing’s LRV (Light Rail Vehicle) Trolley.