Baldwin Diesel Engines
Magazine Advertisements

In 1931 Baldwin purchased I. P. Morris & De La Vergne, Inc. and moved its assets to Eddystone [1]. The 1943 and 1944 ads below list the "Baldwin De La Vergne Sales Corp." as part of the Baldwin Group. During the mid and late 1950's all diesel production was moved to the Hamilton plant in Ohio, but due to rising costs this plant was totally closed in 1960/61 and all products moved back to Eddystone[2]. It is interesting to note that the Hamilton engine, used in Lima-Hamilton Locomotives was continued after the BLH merger and until the Hamilton plant closure, but never produced at (transferred to) Eddystone.

Diesel engines sweep the 7 seas
1943 - De La Vergne Diesels
Diesel Power
1944 - Baldwin Diesel Engines

Baldwin ads from the collection of Mark Laundry

A.H. Crane
1955 - Baldwin Diesel Engines
Mike Creditor
1959 - B-L-H Series 600 Diesels

Hamilton Division ads generously contributed by Henry Rentschler from his collection.

[1] - Diesels From Eddystone: The Story of Baldwin Diesel Locomotives
by Gary W. Dolzall and Stephen F. Dolzall

[2]- Henry Rentschler

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