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Thomas W. Dixon, Jr. has studied and written about C& O subjects for many years. This is a magnificant book about a magnificent Locomotive.
Thomas W. He organized and has served as president of the Chesapeake & Ohio Historical Society since its inception in 1969. He has authored or co-authored 18 books, mostly on C& O subjects and hundreds of magazine articles and pamphlets. Thomas W.
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Start by marking Baltimore & Ohio's Magnificent 2-8-8-4 EM-1 Articulated Locomotive as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. They handled the last years of war traffic and served ten more years, hauling fast freights, coal trains, a This is the story of B&O’s last steam locomotive class, the fabulous EM-1 2-8-8-4 simple articulated, which B&O bought during World War II.
Seventy-two Yellowstone-type locomotives were built for four . Baltimore & Ohio's Magnificent 2-8-8-4 EM-1 Articulated Locomotive. Other equivalent classifications are: UIC classification: 1DD2 (also known as German classification and Italian classification). French classification: 140+042. Turkish classification: 45+46. Swiss classification: 4/5+4/6. Russian classification: 1-4-0+0-4-2. The equivalent UIC classification is, refined for Mallet locomotives, (1′D)D2′. Forest, VA: TLC Publishing. LeMassena, R. (2000). David Moffat's Double Dilemma". The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society Newsletter. Dixon, Bob Withers. Motorbooks International. English · Paperback, Softback.
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On the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, locomotives were always considered of great importance, and the railroad was involved in many experiments and innovations. The name Tom Thumb is forever associated with the B&O, as the first steam locomotive built in the United States for an American railroad.
They handled the last years of war traffic and served ten more years, hauling fast freights, coal trains, and even some passenger runs over the heaviest grades of the B&O. This book documents their life in photos, drawings, and maps, as well as mechanical and operational information.
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Книга Baltimore & Ohio's Magnificent 2-8-8-4 EM-1 Articulated Locomotive (Великолепный Сочлененный паровоз дороги B&O 2-8-8-4 EM-1). Автор Thomas W. Bob Withers.
The Baltimore & Ohio EM-1 was a class of 30 Baldwin-built 2-8-8-4 "Yellowstone" type articulated locomotives that the B&O used well into the end of the steam era. Two more of the same type were built, intended for use on the Bingham and Garfield, a Utah copper mine road, but for some reason were never delivered. Their numbers were 7600 to 7629, and were renumbered in 1956 as 650 to 679. The last of them had their fires dropped in April 1960, marking the end of steam on America's first railroad.