The first and only complete study of the Southwest's most successful railway is back in print! This book documents a proud history with diagrams, maps, and over 300 photographs. Includes a roster of every steam and diesel locomotive owned by the Cotton Belt and its predecessors up to 1977. A must-have for any locomotive enthusiast.The fundamental difference between the F7 and F3 was electrical. ... On the F3, this function had been left to the skill of the engineer; the F7 allowed manual or automatic mode. ... manually. Automatic shutters and radiator fans with integralanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cotton Belt Locomotives|
|Author||:||Joseph A. Strapac|
|Publisher||:||Indiana University Press - 1977|