The blue hour has almost faded into night as weathered Baldwin Locomotive Works 1200 sits on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
A weathered Baldwin Locomotive Works 1200 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
A rebuilt BLW SWBLW, originally built in 1943 as Baldwin VO-1000 - ATSF 2220, on display at the Western American Railroad Museum in Barstow, California. The museum collects, preserves and shares t... (more)
Paint schemes old and new: On location of the old Jefferson Proving Grounds in Madison, Indiana rests the shops of the Madison Railroad. This facility was once used for munitions testi... (more)
The Milwaukee Road bought switchers from EMD, FM, Alco, and Baldwin. When my father visited "Southtown" yard, the switching fleet was dominated by Baldwins as shown here. Luckily this ... (more)
One of Tennessee Valley Railroad recent purchase is this Baldwin Locomotive Work VO-1000, that has some what of a foggy history from the time it was retired in the 60s, and 1970s from the Frisc... (more)
Alongside Northwestern Steel & Wire on the CNW main, interchange cars in the background
SLRS 412 dressed in Baltimore & Ohio paint sits blue flagged on one of the shop tracks at the SMS shop in New Jersey.
CNW 1041 sits at Altoona between assignments. The unit is a "Baldwin half-breed" VO-1000M, originally built in March 1945 and re-engined by EMD in April 1960 and given an SW hood. The un... (more)
United States Navy VO-1000 65-00531, which has been rebuilt with EMD components, was found on December 21st, 1980, at Anaheim Junction (Anaheim, California) on the Southern Pacific. This engine, ... (more)
"BALDWIN SERIAL #70150"
This plate stands affixed to Western Maryland Railway 132 on the grounds of the Hagerstown Roundhouse Meseum. Built in 1944, Western Maryland 132 a VO... (more)
TSE's rare Baldwin VO-1000 sits stored outside of their shops in Diboll. Maybe one day it will run again?
MILW 908, a venerable Baldwin VO-1000 rests outside the Pig's Eye Yard roundhouse on a chilly January 1975 morning. Milwaukee had a number of Baldwins still in service in the Twin cities area at t... (more)
A VO-1000 is working as a helper to an FEF Northern pulling a solid string of stock cars. I think this may be a hog train coming out of Omaha and headed for Los Angeles.
Three Frisco Baldwin switchers, 212, 237 an 211 rumble into the servicing tracks at Kansas City, Mo. on May 29, 1965.