2 edition of Locomotives in retirement. found in the catalog.
Locomotives in retirement.
Ernest William Fenton
Written in English
Previous ed. (B58-19228) 1958, classified at 625.26.
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|Number of Pages||45|
The Act was soon found unconstitutional, but President Roosevelt intervened to push for a lasting compromise. This pressure resulted in the Railroad Retirement and Carrier Taxing Acts of , which made railroad employees the only private-sector workers outside the Social Security system to have a separate, federally administered pension. Jon Hall's Photo Album: Retired and/or Stored Locomotives. 4/14/ View Photos Home .
Canadian Pacific number was built in , originally as CP After retirement, it was purchased by Larry’s Truck and Electric in Ohio in Potomac Eagle bought and had it delivered in November During winter and spring, maintenance and a new paint job occurred. Work was completed J The book covers the building of the locomotives in Germany and the operation of the SP engines in the United States. Hard cover. more» Includes model #, road number, build #, build date, retirement date, location, date of photo & photographer's name. Includes 68 photos.
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