By Brian Solomon

Philadelphia-based Baldwin all started designing and development steam locomotives within the 1830s and gave the U.S. lots of its most vital and recognized different types of steam, and diesel-electric reason strength. This background of Baldwin is illustrated with a wide choice of infrequent, marvelous builder's pictures and different exposure photographs from the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, with the book's huge web page measurement showcasing the aspect and crisp caliber of the photographs during this amazing assortment. writer Brian Solomon presents technical histories of every locomotive besides builder's necessities and factors of ways the locomotives have been utilized by the railroads that got them. those conscientiously researched histories are keys to realizing the importance of the locomotives and the way they labored, and are offered in a way that makes the booklet available to all people, whereas holding adequate technical aspect to attract the main ardent railroad fanatic.

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