Logo Diesel Domination.png
EMC Demonstrator II Icon Shop Diesel.png
Statistics
EMC Demonstrator II.png
Type Common Diesel (140%)
Power 33 Icon Power.png
Slots 1 Icon Uncommon Slots.png
Tax 315 Fuel.png
Dispatch XP 160 XP.png
Set N/A
Offer Information
Offer Type Offer Date Cost Buy XP Level Restrictions
Logo Limited.png Limited 21 Aug 2017-
11 Sep 2017
450 Gems.png 1,250,000 XP.png 288 Limit 1
125,000,000 Gold.png 306
Logo Limited.png Limited 17 Sep 2018-
8 Oct 2018
450 Gems.png 1,250,000 XP.png 288 Limit 1
125,000,000 Gold.png 306
Logo Limited.png Limited 29 Apr 2019-
20 May 2019
450 Gems.png 1,250,000 XP.png 288 Limit 1
125,000,000 Gold.png 306
Logo Limited.png Limited 11 May 2020-
18 May 2020
450 Gems.png 1,250,000 XP.png 288 Limit 1
125,000,000 Gold.png 306
Museum
The two EMC demonstrators, numbered 511 and 512, were built in May 1935 to demonstrate the future of passenger Diesel power to potential customers. The boxy bodywork was not what EMC intended to sell, but it was an easy way to demonstrate the power units and hauling capacity, which would not be changed in the future E-units.They were demonstrated both together and singly; the latter for shorter trains for local and less busy services, the former to replace larger steam locomotives on heavier trains. These units were highly significant in pioneering multiple unit connections .
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EMC_1800_hp_B-B#EMC_demonstrators_511_and_512
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