|DRX 6-4-2000 Triple|
|Offer Type||Offer Date||Cost||Buy XP||Level||Restrictions|
|Special||17 Aug 2012||265||76,000||75||Limit 2|
|Vintage||26 Jun 2013||195||76,000||50||Limit 3|
| The original version of the Baldwin DR-6-4-2000 was introduced in 1945. They utilized an A1A-A1A truck setup (meaning the two outside axles on each truck were powered while the center axle was not) and featured Baldwin's ubiquitous "Baby Face" carbody design. Additionally, the locomotive could produce 76,200 pounds of starting tractive effort and 28,500 pounds continuous. The oddest carbody design, at least for American railroads, among the DR-6-4-2000 types was the dual cab. Six were built for the Central Railroad of New Jersey from 1946 through 1948. Listed as a DRX-6-4-2000 "Double Cab," aside from the design having a cab on each end to eliminate the need to turn the locomotive between runs and its only difference from other versions of the model was that it featured Baldwin's 606NA model prime mover.|
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