Baldwin Diesel Guide

0-6-6-0 1000/2 DE

Also see: Baldwin Quarterly Magazine - "The Latest Diesel Power"

Production
Baldwin class0-6-6-0 1000/2 DE
years produced1945-1946
number produced3

A 2000 hp locomotive designed during the war but not built until 1945 due to war time restrictions. Powered by twin 8 cylinder VO engines with A1A-A1A trucks. Two demonstrators #2000 & 2001 were built. #2001 differed by lacking the externally mounted air intake shutters on the other two units. The units were demonstrated on US railroads then sold to Ferrocarriles Nacionales De Mexico. NdeM ordered one more unit (#6002) built in 1946. These were the last VO powered units produced.

Baldwin Demo #2000(1st) - c/n 70320, b/d 01/1945
Baldwin Demo #2001(1st) - c/n 70321, b/d 03/1945
Ndem #6002 - c/n 70621, b/d 08/1946

Also see: Baldwin Demonstrators

NdeM 6002
Baldwin photo 13256
Ndem #6002

c/n 70621, b/d 08/1946

Diesel Engine
modelVO (two)
cylinders8
aspirationnormal
horsepower1000



0-6-6-0 1500/2 DE
Baldwin artwork
In the Baldwin publication "Half a Century of Diesel Engine Development" from 1945, a proposed 3000hp version is shown.
In 1945 Baldwin was testing the 1500hp 608SC engine, see: Baldwin/De La Vergne Diesel Engine Development Timeline Using the nomenclature of the day this would have been
class 0-6-6-0 1500/2 DE. None where built.


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