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By:Thomas C. Ayers
Dates:1/1/1961 - 1/1/1961
Album Info:Here is a two-page article by Mr. David P. Morgan entitled "Enter The E-44's." It was published originally in the February 1961 issue of "Trains" magazine, pages 22-23. Photographs by Mr. Don Wood. "In service, the E-44's should give a good account of themselves. Though they are only fractionally heavier than the 90 old 2-C-2 P-5a's, they're slated to replace, the E-44's produce 18 per cent more horsepower and should be able to utilize it inasmuch as the entire locomotive weight is carried on driving axles. Initial maximum tractive effort is 89,000 pounds, and the unit is geared for a top speed of 70 mph." (Page 23)
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"Enter The E-44s," Page 22, 1961
Title:  "Enter The E-44s," Page 22, 1961
Description:  Here is page one of a two-page article by David P. Morgan entitled "Enter The E-44's." It was published originally in the February 1961 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 22. Photographs by Don Wood. Shown here is Pennsylvania Railroad engine #4400, an E-44 built by General Electric in October of 1960 and rated at 4,400 horsepower.
Photo Date:  1/1/1961  Upload Date: 8/13/2017 3:29:53 AM
Location:  Enola, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
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Locomotives:  PRR 4400(E44)
Views:  103   Comments: 0
"Enter The E-44s," Page 23, 1961
Title:  "Enter The E-44s," Page 23, 1961
Description:  Here is page two of a two-page article by David P. Morgan entitled "Enter The E-44's." It was published originally in the February 1961 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 23. Photographs by Don Wood. Shown here is Pennsylvania Railroad engine #4400, an E-44 built by General Electric in October of 1960 and rated at 4,400 horsepower.
Photo Date:  1/1/1961  Upload Date: 8/13/2017 3:33:52 AM
Location:  Enola, PA
Author:  Thomas C. Ayers
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Locomotives:  PRR 4400(E44)
Views:  95   Comments: 0


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