Philadelphia: Baldwin Locomotive Works, 1946. First Edition. Paperback. Baldwin Locomotive Works. Quarto-sized journal, illustrative wrappers, 32 pages. Vintage. The Baldwin Locomotive Works was founded as a small machinist and steam engineering company in the 1820s, eventually finding great success with its Steam Locomotives during the golden days of railroad expansion from 1880-1910. The advent of the diesel engine eventually caused Baldwin to close its doors in 1972, a remarkable 150 years after the founding of the company. For your consideration is this vintage 1946 company published journal, containing the following articles: The Pennsylvania Centenary, World's Largest Plate Mill, Baldwin Steam Trams in New Zealand, The Second Nisqually Power Development, and more. Condition notes: Very good. This vintage publication, measuring 11 inches by 8 ½ inches, is bound in full color illustrative wrappers. A prior owner's name is neatly written on the contents page; the text, photos, illustrations and all else in this vintage 1946 issue of Baldwin are in very good condition. (trains). Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Baldwin Locomotive Works, 1946, Volume 3, ...
Publisher: Baldwin Locomotive Works
Publication Date: 1946
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: First Edition.
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