Posted 2 years ago
I got this back in the early 70's from Baldwin locomotive at Eddy stone Pa.
I did some researched on this but still inconclusive. I talked to some rail
men and they told me that this looked like it was from a diesel. The only
thing is that they were made of iron. Steam engines were made of bronze,
Eddy stone Pa. only made steam engines. What I found was Baldwin at there last attempt to keep the steam engines alive was a train called the
Royal Blue steam locomotive just before the second World War started. They made a limited amount of them and were clad with aluminum to stream line them. When the war began the trains was striped of the
aluminum for the war effort. This plaque must have be missed for meltdown. Can anyone help me out with this as to its history?