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(PA-4). Delaware & Hudson #19. Four ALCO PA-1s were upgraded with ALCO 251 engine and electrical equipment by Morrison-Knudsen in 1974-75 for passenger service and renamed as PA-4's. (AAR) C-C.

(PA-4). Delaware & Hudson #19. Four ALCO PA-1s were upgraded with ALCO 251 engine and electrical equipment by Morrison-Knudsen in 1974-75 for passenger service and renamed as PA-4's. (AAR) C-C.

“Delaware & Hudson Railway RF16 Sharknose Diesels”  The two Baldwin Sharknose diesel locomotives acquired by the Delaware & Hudson Railway in 1974, pose in the warm sun at the railroad’s Colonie, New York shops, circa February 1975. (Photo by Jim Shaughnessy)

“Delaware & Hudson Railway RF16 Sharknose Diesels” The two Baldwin Sharknose diesel locomotives acquired by the Delaware & Hudson Railway in 1974, pose in the warm sun at the railroad’s Colonie, New York shops, circa February 1975. (Photo by Jim Shaughnessy)

Foto Colección: Matt Herson.   Locomotoras modelo ALCO FA-2. Fueron la respuesta de la American Locomotive Company (ALCO) y la General Electric, que en esa época tenían una asociación comercial que terminó en 1953, a las locomotoras del tipo F que fueron construidas por la EMD de la General Motors en esa misma época.  NdeM adquirió 35 máquinas de este modelo numeradas de la 6500 a la 6534 entre los años 1951 y 1954.  .  Fotografía tomada en la mesa giratoria de la Terminal Valle de México el…

Foto Colección: Matt Herson. Locomotoras modelo ALCO FA-2. Fueron la respuesta de la American Locomotive Company (ALCO) y la General Electric, que en esa época tenían una asociación comercial que terminó en 1953, a las locomotoras del tipo F que fueron construidas por la EMD de la General Motors en esa misma época. NdeM adquirió 35 máquinas de este modelo numeradas de la 6500 a la 6534 entre los años 1951 y 1954. . Fotografía tomada en la mesa giratoria de la Terminal Valle de México el…

Two Baldwin RF16 "Sharknose" Diesel locomotives stand out in their flashy…

Two Baldwin RF16 "Sharknose" Diesel locomotives stand out in their flashy…

Santa Fe train #75 (the CALIFORNIA SPECIAL) speeds west near Muleshoe in the Texas South Plains. The train originated at Houston the previous evening and is en route to Clovis, New Mexico, and a connection with the SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF. This train was discontinued on July 18, 1968. by Joe McMillan

Santa Fe train #75 (the CALIFORNIA SPECIAL) speeds west near Muleshoe in the Texas South Plains. The train originated at Houston the previous evening and is en route to Clovis, New Mexico, and a connection with the SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF. This train was discontinued on July 18, 1968. by Joe McMillan

Pennsylvania Railroad Fairbanks Moorse CF16A-4 C-Liner, Class FF16, Diesel Electric Locomotive #9453, at the Railroad's Facility in East Altoona, Pennsylvania (1950's).

Pennsylvania Railroad Fairbanks Moorse CF16A-4 C-Liner, Class FF16, Diesel Electric Locomotive #9453, at the Railroad's Facility in East Altoona, Pennsylvania (1950's).

Southern Pacific Railroad's AC-4 class of steam locomotives was the first class of 4-8-8-2 cab forward locomotives. They were intended to improve on the railroad's MC class 2-8-8-2 locomotives with a larger firebox. The AC-4s were the first SP Mallets built for simple expansion. Baldwin Locomotive Works built them in August through October 1928 with a maximum cutoff of 70%, so tractive effort was rated at 112,760 lbf (501.6 kN); a few years later limited cutoff was dropped and calculated…

Southern Pacific Railroad's AC-4 class of steam locomotives was the first class of 4-8-8-2 cab forward locomotives. They were intended to improve on the railroad's MC class 2-8-8-2 locomotives with a larger firebox. The AC-4s were the first SP Mallets built for simple expansion. Baldwin Locomotive Works built them in August through October 1928 with a maximum cutoff of 70%, so tractive effort was rated at 112,760 lbf (501.6 kN); a few years later limited cutoff was dropped and calculated…

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