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PC: Re: VO1000
- Subject: PC: Re: VO1000
- From: Icepengwyn@xxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 29 Jul 1999 12:15:59 EDT
In a message dated 7/29/99 11:03:30 AM EST, mpend -AT- concentric.net writes:
> A VO-1000 is a Baldwin built Switcher. It is distinguished by having an
> oval shaped radiator opening.
According to the 2nd Diesel Spotters Guide:
The early VO-660's and VO-1000's built in 1939-1940 had the oval opening, and
side radiator grills towards the front, and were more pointed in front.
Later carbodies from late 1940 on had a rectangular front grill and a
slightly pointed front end.
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