EMD's NW2 switcher's lifetime was nearly cut short just three years after its introduction, with the establishment
of the War Production Board in 1942, which dictated that EMD was to halt all production of switching locomotives,
manufacturing only road diesels during the years of 1942 to 1945. However, such was the popularity of this end
cab switching locomotive that after the restriction was lifted, the NW2 sprung back as many railroads placed orders
for this little 1000hp powerhouse; today these locomotives can still be found enjoying continued service in rail yards.
NW2 Sante Fe #2415 (SOLD)
NW2 Sante Fe #2408 (SOLD)