Baldwin & Lima

Survivors

Charles Maxim photo

Reformatted: 30 October 2020 Roster by John Komanesky
Model Preserved As Built As Owner & Location
Box Cab** Armco Steel B-70 Armco Steel B-70 Built by Baldwin-Westinghouse; Southeastern Railway Museum
WEMCO #? Armco Steel B71 Gopher State RR Museum
RF 16 D&H 1205 and 1216 New York Central 3805 and 3816 Escanaba & Lake Superior (these units have not been seen for more than 2 decades)
RS4TC** Hocking Valley Scenic 4005 US Army 4005 Hocking Valley Scenic RR
Michigan Transportation Museum 4040 US Army 4040 Michigan Transportation Museum (Mt. Clemens)
Northwest Railway Museum 4012 and 4024 US Air Force 4012 and 4024 Nortwest Railway Museum
South Carolina RR Museum 1249 & 1276 US Air Force 1249 & 1276 South Carolina RR Museum
DRS44-1000 Canadian Pacific 8000 CP 8000 On display - Calgary , Alberta
RS12** California Western 56 McCloud 33 Traveltown Museum (Los Angeles)
DRS66-1500 Magma RR 10 McCloud River 29 Arizona Rwy Museum
Southern Pacific 5208 SP 5208 CA State RR Museum, Sacremento
DT66-2000 MN & S 21 Minneapolis Northfield & Southern 21 Illinois Railway Museum
DRS-64-1500 C & G 601 Columbus & Greenville 601 On display
AS-416 NS 1616 Norfolk Southern (original) 1616 North Carolina Transportation Museum
AS-616 C & G 606 Columbus & Greenville 606 Illinois Rwy Museum
Oregon & Nwstn 1 Baldwin Demonstrator 1601 San Diego Rwy Museum, California
Oregon & Nwstn 3 & 4 Southern Pacific 5274 & 5253 Western Pacific Railroad Museum in Portola
DS44-660 Sloss-Sheffield Steel 30 Same Sloss Furnace Museum
DS44-750 Reading 730 Warner Sand & Gravel 14 Reading Co. Technical & Historical Society
TM 510 Texas Mexican 510 Gulf Coast RR Museum
DS44-1000 ATSF 2260 Santa Fe CA State RR Museum, Sacremento
Canadian Pacific 7069 (Same) Privately owned (stored by CP internally at Toronto)
MKT 1006 (EMD re-engd Missouri Kansas Texas 1006 Iron Horse Historical Society
Oakland Terminal 101 OT 101 Pacific Locomotive Association
Rdg 702 Reading 702 Reading Co. Technical & Historical Society
S8 Jefferson Warrior 37 US Pipe & Foundry 37 Heart of Dixie RR Museum (Calera, AL)
Medford Corp 8 Medford Corp. 8 Southern Oregon Chapter, NRHS
S12** Baldwin Locomotive Works 1200 US Navy ? Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
Amherst Industries 99 Patapsco & Back Rivers 335 Whitewater Valley Railroad **(see Note 1)
Erie Mining 403 Erie Mining 403 Last BLW built; Lake Superior RR Museum
Nevada Northern 802 New York Central 9313 Nevada Northern Rwy Museum
Southern Pacific 1550 SP 1550 Orange Empire Rwy Museum
Southern Pacific 1498 Texas & New Orleans 121 Northwest Chapter, NRHS
US Steel 20 Oliver Iron Mining 933 Western Pacific Railroad Museum in Portola
Whitewater Valley 346 Potapsco & Back Rivers 346 Whitewater Valley Railroad
VO-660 Std Steel 6712 Standard Steel 6712 Railroaders Memorial Museum (Altoona, PA)
Std Steel 6718 Western Maryland 105 Privately Owned
WT103 Wyandotte Terminal 103 Illinois Railway Museum
VO-1000* ATSF 1460 ATSF 2220 Western America RR Museum (*Reblt with EMD engine & GP7 long hood)
Baltimore & Ohio 412 US Navy 19 United RR Historical Society
Canton RR 32 Canton RR 32 B&O Railroad Museum
Nickel Plate 99 Crane Naval Depot 9 Indiana Transportation Museum
Nevada Northern 801 ??? Nevada Northern Rwy Museum
Tennessee Valley 27 US Navy Tennessee Valley Rwy Museum
Tennessee Valley 36 US Air Force 7467 Tennessee Valley Rwy Museum
WM 132 Western Maryland 132 Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum
SH-2300-2 (Diesel Hydraulic) Atlantic Richfield 6920 ARCO 2 San Diego RR Museum
** S12s were built by Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton.

Note:   1. Locomotive was originally built as #1 (DS4-4-1000 74640 2/53) Plant switcher; it was rebuilt as a S12 and then Sold to Patapsco & Back Rivers 335. This engine was also once known as DF100 at Baldwin and was originally used as a test bed for the Dual Fuel 606 engine.  When the tests were completed it became #1.   It was sold to PBR and transferred to Bethlem Mines in West Va in about 1975 (?).  It was retired from the mines and sold to Amherst Industries where it was in service until the late 1990's.  Amherst donated the unit to the Whitewater Valley Railroad. (Information from David Farlow, WVRR)


Note: Horsepower ratings were used by Lima-Hamilton to differentiate one model from the Next. The LS / LRS prefixes are used here for convenience.

LS-750 WVRR 25 Cincinnati Union Terminal 25 Whitewater Valley RR & Museum
LS-1000 Armco 709 Armco Steel 709 Whitewater Valley RR & Museum
Armco Steel E-110 Armco Steel E-110 Illinois Rwy Museum
LRS-1200 B&O 320 Baltimore & Ohio 320 Whitewater Valley RR & Museum
Corrections and additions from: Scott Andersen, Jeffry Banks, Tim Darnell, Harold Holiman, John Gabriel Ibay, and Cameron Wolk.

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