Electro-Motive Division Locomotives

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Electro-Motive Division – locomotives and strategy in the 20th century. 11 articles, 69 pages
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EMD locomotives have been around for years, and Trains has often documented their construction and manufacturing. Read about the early years for this giant maker of the locomotives that propelled America’s freight and passenger trains for much of the 20th century in this TRAINS Express PDF package. Here’s the line-up of stories from the Trains magazine archive:

- “Electro-Motive: Young Giant” By David P. Morgan, Pages 46-51, November 1948
- “What’s Ahead for EMD?” By Wallace W. Abbey, Pages 23-30, October 1952
- “F Means Freight” By David P. Morgan and Al Kamm Jr., Pages 40-47, May 1965
- “Everyman’s Locomotive: The Geep” By David P. Morgan and Al Kamm Jr., Pages 20-27, December 1965
- “Six Motors for Special Duty” By David P. Morgan and Al Kamm Jr., Pages 20-25, February 1966
- “At EMD An Era Ends, An Era Begins” By David P. Morgan and Al Kamm Jr., Pages 20-25, November 1966
- “Locomotive Showroom 67/68” By David P. Morgan, Pages 31-43, December 1967
- “The La Grange Influence” By David P. Morgan, Cover, pages 30-33, September 1972
- “An Instant History of EMD” By J. David Ingles, Pages 56-59, September 1972
- “Daybreak at La Grange” By Mike Iczkowski, Pages 29-31, August 1976
- “Love Letter to La Grange” By David P. Morgan, Page 9, April 1988

(69 pages, 8.8 MB)
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