Conrail’s Only Baldwin
Although the Penn Central and the Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines both rostered Baldwin locomotives, It is not generally thought that any of them were ac... (more)
Chicago Great Western Baldwin DS4-4-1000, 1000hp switcher built in 1949 shown here in original color scheme CGW road numbers 32-41. Unknown Photographer from my Collection.
CP Baldwin switcher no. 7069 idles on the waterfront in downtown Vancouver, BC between switching assignments.
CP 7070, an aging Baldwin DS 4-4-1000 idles at the engine facilities at CP's Pt. Coquitlam Yard.
CP Baldwin switcher no. 7075 shuffles a caboose around at the west end of Coquiltlam Yard east of Vancouver, BC.
Ready to begin a day’s work, the Ironton Railroad’s remaining DS-4-4-1000 (they originally had two) burbles away in front of the company’s engine house in Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania.
Special passenger train hosted by Dave Vannes and the E&LS RR heads for Channing as a mixed train.
The Ironton Railroad’s sole remaining locomotive has pulled out of its engine house, seen to its left, and is now backing toward the rest of the line. After picking up its caboose, seen in the rig... (more)
The crew of the Ironton Railroad negotiates the trackage near the company headquarters in Hokendauqua, Pennsylvania. They are backing down a siding to pick up their caboose.
Canadian Pacific Baldwin DS44-1000 idles in the yard at Nanaimo, BC, while working on Vancouver Island for CP subsidiary Esquimault & Nanaimo. The west coast was a final assignment for many of CP'... (more)
Baldwin DS4-4-1000 switcher CP 7069 handles switching duties in their waterfront yard at Vancouver, BC. This area was generally home to Baldwin switchers over the years on CP.
Ex. PRR Baldwin DS4-4-1000 #9069 basks in the early morning sun in Bridgeport, NJ. The engine is assigned to stone duty and is waiting for the crew to come on duty.
SMS Rails Baldwins #9069 and 301 pose for a photo after shoving a cut of hoppers back into a customer siding.