Locomotives for Industrial and Contractors' Service
8.25x6", 36 pages
While the Baldwin Locomotive Works was best known for the “Mikado” and “Consolidation” types, it also built a variety of smaller steam engines for industrial use. The 26 locomotives featured in this 1914 catalog were purpose-built for a variety of environments including working in a steel or ironworks, at a mine or gravel pit, or servicing a wharf or freight yard. Each has unique features ranging from an oil-burning boiler (to eliminate smoke and fire risk) to engines that could be easily operated in either direction
36 pages, 8.25x6" format, softbound, black and white interior and full color covers.