GP40 Diesel
F9-A Diesel
FT-A Diesel
U36B Diesel
U33B Diesel
BQ23-7 Diesel
F40PH Diesel
GP30 Diesel
DD40X Diesel
SD40-2 Diesel
35 Ton Diesel
GP18 Diesel
GP50 Diesel
Bachmann Plus Diesels
F7A and F7B
Saddle Tank 0-6-0
Old West 4-4-0 Steam Engine
Northern 4-8-4 Steam Engine
Overland 4-8-4 Steam Engine
N&W Class J 4-8-4 Steam Engine
Consolidation 2-8-0 Steam Engine
GS4 Daylight 4-8-4 Steam Engine
Texas 2-10-4 Steam Engine
Mikado 2-8-2 Steam Engine
Prairie 2-6-2 Steam Engine
USRA 0-6-0 Steam Engine
Bachmann Plus Steam Engines
Plus Series Consolidation 2-8-0
Plus Series Niagara
Plus Series Class J 4-8-4
Plus Series Northern
Plus Series GS4 Daylight 4-8-4 Steam Engine
Metroliner Electric
E60CP Electric
E60CF Electric
Plasser EM80C

U33B Diesel Locomotive
CB&Q -Burlington
No.0721 -1976 Release

U33B Diesel Locomotive
Norfolk and Western Bicentennial 
No. 0726 -1976 Release

U33B Diesel Locomotive
Santa Fe 
No. 0722 -1976 Release
The red and silver passenger warbonnet decorated was a long time offering in Bachmann's line under the U36B name, this freight blue and yellow warbonnet Santa Fe U-boat was unique to the U33B offering of 1976 and 1977.

U33B Diesel Locomotive
Seaboard Coast Line 
No. 0720 -1976 Release
Seaboard Coast Line was a buyer of GE's U33B and rostered nearly 30 examples.  SCL also owned the most of the similar looking U36B diesels with over a hundred.  The Bachmann example carries roadnumber 1734, which is accurate for an SCL U33B.

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Bachmann catalogs a U33B Diesel for a time in the mid 1970s. The U33B featured the same shell utilized by Bachmann for its U36B offering. Prototypically the General Electric U33B and U36B models do share outward bodystyle appearances, so this was not a misleading label for the model.
Bachmann's U36B is introduced in the company's 1973 product catalog and the model featured an all-wheel powered drive. The U33B is first cataloged in 1976 and returns again in 1977. The U33B had a single powered truck drive, which is what made the difference between it and Bachmann's U36B will all-wheel drive. The U33B is shown with a retail price of $18 in the 1976 catalog. The model is gone as of the 1978 catalog. Bachmann began using the single powered truck drive in its diesel offerings by the late '70s, thus negating the need to differentiate two U-boat offerings.

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