A. E. Goodwin
|Industry||Railway locomotive & rolling stock manufacturer|
The company was the Australian licence holder for American Locomotive Company (Alco) products, building over 400 diesel locomotives between December 1955 and November 1972.[dead link] In 1961 the company was taken over by household appliance manufacturer AG Healing.[dead link] AE Goodwin collapsed in November 1972 part way through constructing the 442 class with the contract completed by Comeng who acquired the Alco licence.
Diesel locomotives manufactured included:
New South Wales Government Railways
South Australian Railways
- 3 ST class
Mount Newman Mining
++ 27 built in total by AE Goodwin and Comeng, split unknown
Robe River Mining
- 7 MLW M636
- Geoff Strong (14 August 2002). "Australian made is out of service". The Age. www.theage.com.au. Retrieved 22 December 2008.
- John Cleverdon. "Goodwin-Alco / Comeng-Alco / Alco Model Numbers". Locopage. Retrieved 22 December 2008.
- "AE Goodwin Limited - Company Profile and Status". deListed. www.delisted.com.au. Retrieved 22 December 2008.
- Oberg, Leon (2007). Locomotives of Australia 1854 to 2007. Rosenberg Publishing. p. 367. ISBN 978-1-877058-54-7.
- Locomotive Classes Vicsig