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Magma Arizona Railroad No.10 (formerly McCloud River Railroad No. 29) at the Arizona Railway Museum.
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Baldwin DRS-6-6-1500 Diesel-Electric Locomotive
The Baldwin DRS-6-6-1500 was a diesel-electric locomotive of the road switcher type rated at 1,500 horsepower (1,100 kW), that rode on a pair of three-axle trucks, having an C-C wheel arrangement.
Bessemer and Lake Erie Railroad
Road numbers: 403–407
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
Road numbers: 5530–5532
Chicago and North Western Railway
Road numbers: 1500–1502, 1505–1509
Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway
Road numbers: 200–203
Notes: to Soo Line Railroad 384–387.
Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway
Road numbers: 500–501
Notes: ex Bessemer and Lake Erie 401–402.
Road numbers: 1150–1161
Road numbers: 1010A, 1010B
McCloud River Railroad
Road numbers: 28, 29
Minneapolis, Northfield and Southern Railway
Road number: 15
Northern Pacific Railway
Road number: 177
Notes: Renumbered 525.
Southern Pacific Company
Road numbers: 5203–5226, 187–190
Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad
Road numbers: 1500, 1501
Road numbers: 613–624
Total Units: 82
Type and origin
Power type: Diesel electric
Builder: Baldwin Locomotive Works
Build date: February 1948–July 1950
Total produced: 82
• AAR C-C
Gauge: 4 ft 8 1⁄2 in (1,435 mm) standard gauge
Prime mover: 608SC
RPM range: 625 (max)
Cylinder size: 12.75 in × 15.5 in (324 mm × 394 mm)
Power output: 1,500 hp (1.12 MW)
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