was a follow up to GE's successful U30C locomotive
design. Built between 1976 and 1986, the C30-7's
production numbers were nearly double that of the
U30C, with the locomotive seeing use on numerous
railroads both in North America and Europe.
design changes including larger, more prominent
radiators and a "step"-like structure
to the fore of the radiators which gave the long
hood a subtly different shape to its predecessor.
3/4" minimum turning radius.
Illuminated pre-printed numberboards
MU hose detail.
Magnetic knuckle couplers.
DCC Friendly--for drop in decoder install.
All models will be equipped with Kato's new profile
blackened metal wheels and body mounted magnetic couplers.
All models are equipped with the powerful KATO five-pole
motor with dual brass flywheels.