I became some what interested in Baldwin Locomotives. I love locomotives, and I thought Baldwin was a great name for a locomotive company. I started researching Baldwin locomotives, and fold out that their diesel electric locomotives, did not use V-16s and V-12s or in EMD case V-20s, which EMD, Alco and GE did. Baldwin diesel electric locos, was powered by over size 8 and 6 cylinders engines.
So I wonder, how would Baldwin locomotives work today? Would there super size 8 and 6 cylinders, be able to handle these heavy coal and stack trains we have today?