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

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GE B30-7 Diesel Locomotive
Burlington Northern
No. 11111 BN #5486 -1st Bachmann Plus Release 1996
No. 11112 BN #5491 -1st Bachmann Plus Release 1996

GE B30-7 Diesel Locomotive
No. 11115 CSX #5520 -1st Bachmann Plus Release 1996
No. 11116 CSX #5542 -1st Bachmann Plus Release 1996

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GE B30-7 Diesel Locomotive
Missouri Pacific
No. 11113 MP #4624 -1st Bachmann Plus Release 1996
No. 11114 MP #4637 -1st Bachmann Plus Release 1996

The last new diesel to arrive in the 1990s Bachmann Plus line was the General Electric B30-7. The shell and drive are the same as Bachmann's previous Plus line B23-7 release. This is similar to the '70s offering of a Bachmann U33B and U36B. Both U-boats then also featured the same tooling, however the '70s U33B road on a single powered drive with the U36B enjoying the 8-wheel drive. In the case of B23-7 and B30-7 of the '90s, only the roadnames made the difference. In later years, Bachmann would combine this offering in catalog listings as simply the B23/30-7.

The Missouri Pacific B30-7 was original displayed in Bachmann's catalog with the railroad's "buzzsaw" herald. Production Bachmann Plus B30-7's would include the "screaming eagle" herald.

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