American Locomotive Company

The American Locomotive Company, often shortened to ALCO or Alco, was a builder of railroad locomotives in the United States.

Read more about American Locomotive Company:  Early History, Steam Locomotives, Alco Automobiles, Diesel-electric Locomotives, Diversification, Purchase and Division, Epilogue

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Tidewater Southern Railway - Tidewater Southern Locomotive Roster
... Builder Type Locomotive Numbers Built Years of Service Notes Central Pacific Railroad 2-6-2T 1 (first 1) 1882 1912–1917 Used in construction and earliest operations ... Rome Locomotive Works 4-6-0 1 (second 1) 1891 1918–1946 Former Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, former Western Pacific ... Baldwin Locomotive Works 2-6-2 132 (renumbered from 32) 1923 1940–1953 Last revenue steam locomotive on Western Pacific system ...
Northwestern Pacific Railroad - Steam Locomotives
... Number Builder Type Date Works number Notes 1 Baldwin Locomotive Works 4-4-0 7400 ... ex-Eel River and Eureka Railroad #2 then San Francisco and Northwestern Railway #2 retired in 2 ... Baldwin ... Louis Railroad #8298>#298>#343 then Pacific Lumber Company #3 then Eel River and Eureka Railroad#4 then San Francisco and Northwestern Railway #4 retired 17 ... Rogers Locomotive ... by San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad 1898 sold 1910 North Bend Lumber Company 101 Rogers Locomotive Works 4-6-0 4212 ... ex-San Francisco and North Pacific Railroad #18 scrapped 1928 102 ...
SNCF Class 141R - History
... end of World War II, there was a shortage of locomotives, and to quickly obtain the large number needed locomotives were ordered from the main American and Canadian locomotive builders under the Lend-Le ... was placed in February 1945 with production split between the "big three" American locomotive builders Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ... was ordered from the "big three", plus the Canadian manufacturers Montreal Locomotive Works, Montreal Quebec and Canadian Locomotive Company, Kingston, Ontario ...
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American Locomotive Company - Epilogue
... After the closure of Alco's Schenectady works, locomotives to Alco designs continued to be manufactured in Canada by Montreal Locomotive Works, and in Australia by A ... In addition, Alco-derived locomotives form the major chunk of diesel power on the Indian Railways ... Many thousands of locomotives with Alco lineage are in regular mainline use everywhere in India and around 100 new locos are added every year ...

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