|THE INDUSTRIAL RAILWAY RECORD||
© SEPTEMBER 1966
(1) A PLYMOUTH DIESEL
This American 70 ton 0−6−0 diesel design built by the Plymouth Locomotive Works, Plymouth, Ohio (a division of the Fate-Root-Heath Company) is used in industrial service (e.g. Inland Steel Company, No.49), yard switching (shunting), branchline operation, and by shortline railroads for their entire mainline haulage. (Further information would be welcomed. - Hon. Eds).
These drawings, copyright 1951, are reprinted by special permission of MODEL RAILROADER magazine, Milwaukee, U.S.A.