List of GE locomotives

List of GE locomotives, Wikipedia list article.

The following is a list of locomotives produced by GE Transportation Systems before its acquisition and takeover by Wabtec. All were/are built at Fort Worth, Texas or Erie, Pennsylvania, in the United States. Most (except the electrics, the switchers, the AC6000CW, and the Evolution series) are powered by various versions of GE's own FDL diesel prime mover, based on a Cooper Bessemer design and manufactured at Grove City, Pennsylvania. GE is one of the largest locomotive manufacturing companies. [note not all are from the USA] Freight locomotives Early locomotives, switchers and special purpose Switchers General purpose Universal Series (1956 to 1998) Four axle Six axles Six axles & Pony Eight axles Dash 7 Series (introduced 1977) Models with "A" suffix are equipped with 12-cylinder prime mover in place of the standard 16-cylinder version, with the same power output.
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