Baldwin Locomotive Works

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Philadelphia locomotive manufacturer - AsNotedIn

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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Manufacture Consolidation Freight Locomotive No 2846 Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
Manufacture Western Maryland Railway Steam Locomotive No 202 Hagerstown, MD
Manufacture Rio Grande Engine No 168 Colorado Springs
Manufacture Hercules and Coach No 2 Mammoth Cave National Park
Manufacture Mikado Locomotive No 4501 Chattanooga
Manufacture East Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad Locomotive No 12 Blowing Rock, NC
Manufacture Nickel Plate Road Steam Locomotive No 587 Beech Grove
Manufacture AT and SF Locomotive Kingman
Manufacture The Glenbrook Carson City
Manufacture Eureka Locomotive Las Vegas
Manufacture Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company Depot and Locomotive No 5000 Amarillo
Manufacture Virginia and Truckee RR Engines No 18, The Dayton and No 22, The Inyo Carson City
Manufacture Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Locomotive No169 Alamosa
Manufacture Chesapeake and Ohio 1308 Steam Locomotive Huntington
Manufacture Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway Steam Locomotive Portland
Manufacture Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia Railway Steam Locomotive 101 Fordyce
Manufacture Southern Pacific Railroad Locomotive No SP 2562 and Tender No 8365 Chandler
Manufacture Virginia and Truckee Railway Locomotive 27 Carson City
Manufacture ATSF Locomotive No 2926 Albuquerque
Manufacture Denver and Rio Grande Railroad San Juan Extension (Boundary Increase) Antonito
Manufacture Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Locomotive No 315 Durango
Manufacture Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Locomotive No 278 and Tender Cimarron
1800/00/00 The Chattanooga Choo Choo train engine (on display at Terminal Station) is manufactured by Baldwin Locomotive Works. Manufacturer Chattanooga Choo Choo Chattanooga
1832/00/00 The Baldwin Locomotive Works is started by Matthias Baldwin, who built his first locomotive, "Old Ironsides," in 1832. Established
1837/05/00 Baldwin introduces their first 0-8-0 locomotive and propose innovative solutions to adhesion problems on some of the steep grades of American railroads.
1909/03/00 St Louis Southwestern Steam Locomotive No 336 is built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia at a cost of $143,607 (think $2,000,000) for the St Louis Southwestern Railway. Manufacture St Louis Southwestern Railway (Cotton Belt Route) Steam Locomotive No 336 Arkansas Railroad Museum
1912/00/00 Built for the Bay De Noquet Lumber Company's railroad, Nahma and Northern Railway Manufacturer Nahma and Northern Railway Locomotive 5 Nahma Township
1915/00/00 WAINIHA locomotive built Manufacture Grove Farm Company Locomotives Lihue
1921/00/00 WAHIAWA locomotive built Manufacture Grove Farm Company Locomotives Lihue
1925/00/00 KAIPU locomotive built Manufacture Grove Farm Company Locomotives Lihue
1927/00/00 Built Manufacture Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Steam Locomotive No 3751 Los Angeles
1956/00/00 After building over 70,000 steam, steam-turbine, diesel-electric and electric locomotives, Baldwin Locomotive Works ceases production. End
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