Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The materials in this collection span the years 1825 to 1869, representing the earliest years of Baldwin Locomotive Works' existence, and contain few gaps. The information in the collection deals mainly with the economic aspects of the company, its operations, and its numerous technological advancements, which take the form of diagrams, illustrations, and specification charts. The volumes have been divided into three series: Correspondence, Orders, and Account books. The bulk of the collection can be found in the correspondence, because this series spans the longest period of time - from 1836 to 1867 - and contains the richest records, touching on finance, company operations, orders, and politics
Southern Methodist University - DeGolyer Library
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was the most successful builder of locomotives in the world. This collection contains 130 engineering drawings of Baldwin Locomotive Works locomotive parts for U.S. and foreign railroad lines
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
This album contains twenty two photographs of Baldwin Locomotive Works train engines, train cars, and parts. The album appears to have been created by S.M. Vauclain for the Trades Exhibit at the Constitutional Centennial Celebration. Images include the 8780th Locomotive, Lula car, E. DE. F. Dom Pedro II car, wheels, and carriages displaying Baldwin parts pulled by horses in a parade
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Baldwin Locomotive Works was a manufacturer of railroad locomotives from 1825 until 1972. This image shows group of about forty male employes and fifteen factory visitors or managers posed on a 8-inch railway gun mount in the Eddystone, Pa. plant.
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Baldwin Locomotive Works was a manufacturer of railroad locomotives from 1825 until 1972. The company was originally located in Philadelphia and then later moved to Eddystone, Pennsylvania. This album contains twenty two photographs of Baldwin Locomotive Works train engines, train cars, and parts. The album appears to have been created by company President S.M. Vauclain for the Trades Exhibit at the Constitutional Centennial Celebration.
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Image shows group of about forty male employes and fifteen factory visitors or managers posed on a 8-inch railway gun mount in the Eddystone, Pa. plant
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Letterpress books, 1908-1910, and notebooks, dealing specifically with the Baldwin Locomotive Works in South America
California State Railroad Museum - Library and Collections
Records include manufacturing and sales records, drawings, and photographs generated by the Whitcomb Locomotive Company and its predecessor the George D. Whitcomb Company.
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Joseph D. Lovell was a foreman in the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) shops at Altoona, Pa., who used his access to company records to prepare a roster of the locomotives of the PRR and predecessor companies down to 1946 in ten loose-leaf notebooks. This collection consists of duplicates of volumes 1 and 2, plus seven small ledgers of preliminary notes, that were handed down by friends and associates.
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
Samuel Vauclain (1856-1940) was an engineer, inventor, and was president of Baldwin Locomotive Works from 1919 to 1929. This collection contains album pages with snapshot photographs recording a month long Canada-U.S. transcontinental railroad voyage taken in July and August 1922 by Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Vauclain, their daughter, and granddaughter in their private car, "Manhattan."