Classic Streamliners - TRAINCYCLOPEDIA
General Motors Electro-Motive Diesel Locomotive Plant, La Grange, Illinois, circa 1935.
Brookville Equipment Corporation
CLCX, LLC (PROCESS LOCOMOTIVES)
Kloke Locomotive Works
Knoxville Locomotive Works
Motive Power & Equipment Solutions, Inc.
National Railway Equipment Company (N-ViroMotive)
NS Juniata Locomotive Shop (Thorobred Mechanical Services)
Progress Rail Services Corporation
Republic Transportation Systems (Republic Locomotive)
Sygnet Rail Technologies
Train Rides Unlimited
Tweetsie Railroad -official source for Crown Metal Products parts
Wasatch Railroad Contractors - builder of brand-new 15 inch gauge Cagney replica steam locomotives
In addition to these, many railroads operating steam locomotives built locomotives in their shops. Notable examples include the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Mount Clare Shops, Norfolk and Western's Roanoke Shops, Pennsylvania Railroad's Altoona Works and the Southern Pacific's Sacramento Shops. An estimate of total steam locomotive production in the United States is approximately 175,000 engines, with Baldwin having built nearly 70,000 of these alone.
Altoona Machine Shops (PRR)
American Locomotive Company (ALCO)
Amoskeag Locomotive Works
Appomattox Locomotive Works - operated by Uriah Wells
Atlas Car and Manufacturing Company
Baldwin Locomotive Works - later known as Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton
Bell Locomotive Works - New York City and Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
Brooks Locomotive Works
Burr and Ettinger
Cagney's Locomotive Works
Cincinnati Locomotive Works - also known as Harkness and as Moore & Richardson
Climax Manufacturing Company
Cooke Locomotive and Machine Works
Covington Locomotive Works
Crown Metal Products
Davenport Locomotive Works
Dickson Manufacturing Company
Dunkirk Engineering Company
Eastwick and Harrison
Euclid Road Machinery Company
Globe Locomotive Works
Glover Locomotive Works
Grant Locomotive Works
H. K. Porter, Inc - Smith & Porter, later Porter, Bell & Co.
Bombardier Transportation - Montreal QC
Railpower Technologies - Vancouver, BC
Canadian Locomotive Company - Kingston ON
General Motors Diesel Division - London ON - now Electro-Motive Diesel Canadian operations
Montreal Locomotive Works - Montreal QC
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