||Saga Of The DD-1's, Page 30, 1956
||Here is page three of an 11-page cover article by Frederick Westing entitled "The Locomotive That Made Penn Station Possible." It was published originally in the October 1956 issue of "Trains" magazine, page 30. Center Photo, Partial Caption: "DD-1 ancestor that forecast her wheel arrangement was No. 10003, a gearless quill drive 4-4-0." #10003 was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in April of 1907 and rated at 750 horsepower. Bottom Photo, Partial Caption: "After the DD-1 Pennsy experimented with jackshaft, side-rodded, steeple-cab units of class L-5." Shown here is PRR engine #3930, an L-5 (1-B-B-1) electric built in Juniata during January of 1924, rated at 3,300 horsepower, and retired in May of 1944.
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||Thomas C. Ayers
||PRR 10003(4-4-0) PRR 3930(Steeple Cab)
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