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Baldwin Locomotives describes the


history of the Baldwin Locomotive Works through a combination of builders photographs from the H. L. Broadbelt Collection and the archives of the Railroad Museum of Pennsylva- nia. This volume is structured as four chapters covering 19th and 20th centu- ry steam locomotives, compound steam locomotives and diesel production. The majority of the photographs are “builders” photos from the H. L. Broad- belt collection, which is archived at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. These are interspersed with several shop and construction photos. The pho- tographs are generally in chronological order ranging from early black and white pictures of 0-4-0’s and 4-4-0’s, through the large articulated freight haulers. Again, post-war availability of color film resulted in a shift to color photography of some of the later Bald- win products. Perhaps my favorite two photos are of the Pennsy shark-nosed duplex locomotives. One shows the front of the locomotive during construc- tion, the other is a publicity type photo of the finished locomotive with a group of company officials standing by. My impression is that they looked much better with their make-up applied! In Electro-Motive E-Units and F-


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