ALCO RS-32

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ALCO RS-32
Alco RS-32 2035 Diamond Branch Delaware-Lackawanna Railroad in Scranton, Pennsylvania.jpg
Delaware-Lackawanna Railroad RS32 #2035 switches the Diamond Branch in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Locomotive was built as NYC 8035
Specifications
Power type Diesel-electric
Builder ALCO
Model RS-32, specification DL-721
Build date June 1961 - June 1962
Total produced 35
AAR wheel arr. B-B
Gauge 4 ft 8 12 in (1,435 mm)
Prime mover Alco 251C
Cylinders V12
Cylinder size 9 in × 10.5 in (229 mm × 267 mm)
Transmission Electric
Power output 2,000 hp (1,500 kW)
Career
Locale United States

The ALCO RS-32 (DL 721) is a diesel-electric locomotive of which 35 were produced by ALCO between June 1961 and June 1962 for two customers: the New York Central Railroad and the Southern Pacific Company.

One of these locomotives is now owned by the Fillmore and Western Railway.

Original Owners[edit]

Railroad Quantity Road Numbers Notes
New York Central Railroad
25
8020-8044
renumbered 2020-2044,
Southern Pacific Railroad
10
7300-7309
renumbered 4000-4009
Total 35

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External links[edit]

Media related to ALCO RS-32 locomotives at Wikimedia Commons