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Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives *LINK*
Posted by: James Hefner (IP Logged)
Date: May 03, 2005 06:41AM

The Leighton Buzzard NG was one of several that went to the sugar mills of India after the war. Baldwin 45380/1917 is stored at the now closed BSSC Hathua Sugar Mill in Bihar, India; and 45231/1917 is stored at the closed BSSC Motipur Sugar Mill in Motipur. Colin Garrett took several pictures of these engines while they were still in service.
Another one was reported at a sugar mill in Jawan; but that one may be a duplicate of the above two. Finally, Baldwin 45010/1917 is derelict at a depot in Volos, Greece.
With the two in the UK and the one in Australia; that makes 6-7 thought to still be in existance.



Subject Written By Posted
  Henry J. Kaiser narrow gauge? Michael Lumert 04/27/2005 08:41AM
  Re: Henry J. Kaiser narrow gauge? Daniel Maxwell 04/27/2005 08:46AM
  Re: Henry J. Kaiser narrow gauge? Eugene 04/27/2005 10:31AM
  Re: Henry J. Kaiser narrow gauge? Michael Lumert 04/27/2005 03:01PM
  Re: Henry J. Kaiser narrow gauge? *PIC* Jeff Badger 04/27/2005 06:09PM
  Davenport 'Trench Lokies' Ed Kelley 04/27/2005 07:11PM
  Re: Davenport 'Trench Lokies' Paul Hagglund 04/27/2005 07:21PM
  Re: Davenport 'Trench Lokies' Michael Schlag 04/27/2005 08:50PM
  Re: Davenport 'Trench Lokies' Ed Kelley 04/27/2005 11:36PM
  Re: Henry J. Kaiser narrow gauge? Gavin Hamilton 04/28/2005 03:57AM
  Re: Henry J. Kaiser narrow gauge? Michael Lumert 04/28/2005 09:02AM
  ALCO? El Coke 04/28/2005 04:45PM
  Re: ALCO? *PIC* Gavin Hamilton 04/29/2005 03:04AM
  Re: ALCO? *PIC* Jeff Badger 04/29/2005 11:54PM
  Re: ALCO? creeker 05/02/2005 06:17PM
  Baldwin Trench Locomotives *PIC* Ed Kelley 05/02/2005 07:50PM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives Gavin Hamilton 05/02/2005 10:10PM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives *LINK* James Hefner 05/03/2005 06:41AM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives *LINK* Mike 05/08/2005 05:57AM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives *LINK* *PIC* Don Newing 05/08/2005 08:37AM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives *PIC* Don Newing 05/08/2005 08:42AM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives *LINK* James Hefner 05/09/2005 08:34AM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives Mike 05/10/2005 02:04AM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives Michael Lumert 05/03/2005 09:11AM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives creeker 05/03/2005 05:30PM
  Australian 4-6-0T *LINK* Ed Kelley 05/03/2005 07:18PM
  Re: Baldwin Trench Locomotives creeker 05/03/2005 05:33PM
  sorry for the two posts. computer acting funny. *NM* creeker 05/03/2005 05:41PM
  Re: ALCO? *LINK* Michael Lumert 05/04/2005 09:29AM


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Eastbound Colorado & Southern freight train leaving Waterton, Jefferson County, Colorado; Engines 69 and 70 and twenty-eight cars curve round bend at 15 MPH. Pbotographed: March 31 1941

Photo courtesy of the Denver Public Library Digital Image Collection catalog number MCC-3239.

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