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Electric Locomotive No E28ABC

Built in 1915 by the General Electric Company as a two unit locomotive. Several units have been combined and modified to make three unit locomotives used to haul heavy freight trains over the Rocky, Bitter Root, and Cascade Mountains. Originally numbered 10208 A and B, and 10210 B. Renumbered as shown in photograph in 1939.


Weight on Drivers 691,000 Lbs.
Total Weight-Locomotive 816,000 Lbs.
Number of Motors 12
Tractive Effort at 25% Adhesion 172,750 Lbs.
Driving Wheel Diameter 52 inches
Length Overall 155 ft. 0 in.
Electric Locomotive No 10250

Built in 1919 by the General Electric Company and the American Locomotive Company. This is a bi-polar gearless motor and is the type used to haul passenger trains of The Milwaukee Road across the Cascade Mountains. This locomotive was renumbered E1 in 1939.


Weight on Drivers 457,800 lbs.
Total Weight 521,200 lbs.
Number of Motors 12

Tractive Effort

at 25% tractive coefficient

114,450 lbs.
Driving Wheel Diameter 44 inches
Length Overall 76 ft. 0 in.
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