Diesel Locomotives

With both operational and static examples, the museum's diesel electric collection contains presents a fair representation of United States locomotive manufacturers. These manufacturers include the American Locomotive Company, Baldwin Locomotive Works, Electro-Motive Division, and Fairbanks-Morse.


ALCO HH900 #103

Built by The American Locomotive Company (ALCO), Schenectady, NY, in March 1937. It was delivered to its original owner, the Birmingham Southern Railroad carrying the road number 82.
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Baldwin S-8 #37

Baldwin Locomotive Works, Eddystone, PA, built No. 37 in April 1953, using construction number 75836. Baldwin built a total of 61 S-8s from 1950-1954.
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EMD SW-1 #904

No. 904 is an Electro-Motive Division (EMD) SW1 built in January of 1942. Power came from a 600 hp V6 capable of producing 450 kW. Final assembly was at EMD's plant at LaGrange (McCook) Illinois.
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EMD SW-8 #2019 & 2022

Electro-Motive Division (EMD) SW8 Switch engines 2019 and 2022 we built in 1951. They are powered by a 8-Cylinder 567 engine producing 800 horsepower.
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Euclid Center Cab #2430

Euclid center cab switch locomotive 2430 built in 1953 and is the only locomotive built by the Euclid Company.
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FM H12-44 #1850

Fairbanks-Morse No. 1850 is a H12-44 locomotive built between January and February, 1953. It is a 1200 horsepower 120-ton yard switcher.
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Plymouth #520-020

This 52 Ton Plymouth center cab switch locomotive served as part of the WWII war effort at the Alabama Dry Dock and Shipbuilding Company (ADDSCO) shipyard in Mobile, AL.
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Whitcomb 25-ton #2

A 4 wheel, diesel switcher built by Whitcomb Locomotive Company of Rochelle, Illnois
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