A comprehensive study in photographs, text, drawings and tables discussing the 189 Electric Locomotive Baldwin-Westinghouse built for interurban, switching and industrial railroads in Canada and the United States between 1896 and 1937.
Not all electric locomotives built by Baldwin-Westinghouse are illustrated in this book. Only those that were built for interurban electric railways are presented in over 230 photographs, drawings and tables.
Ch. 1: Introduction, pp. 4-9;
Ch. 2: Class A Locomotives, pp. 10-23;
Ch. 3: Custom-Built Locomotives, pp. 24-32;
Ch. 4: Short Cab Pre-B Locomotives, pp. 33-38;
Ch. 5: Class B Locomotives, pp. 39-64;
Ch. 6: Class D Locomotives, pp. 65-82;
Ch. 7: Class B-1 Locomotives, pp. 83-90;
Ch. 8: Class C Locomotives, pp. 91-94;
Ch. 9: Class E Locomotives, pp. 95-100;
Ch. 10: Class S Locomotives, pp. 101-104;
Ch. 11: Competitors and Imitators, pp. 105-107;
Ch. 12: The Survivors, pp. 108-114;
Ch. 13: Numeric Production List, pp. 115-128.
Shade Tree Books, softcover, 128 pages, 8.5 x 11 x .5 in., B&W photographs and detailed roster data.