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Milwaukee began locomotive production about 1908, in Milwaukee WI. By 1922, the company was a subsidiary of Westinghouse Air Brake Co (WABCO). In 1932, it was sold to Whitcomb, where it continued to produce until 1935. (1)

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Milwaukee 4T


Milwaukee 10T


Milwaukee 16T


Pacific Milwaukee H-4 4T #18

Lake Side RR Milwaukee H-4 4T #7
, Wisconsin Rapids WI 1982

Manitoba Hydro Milwaukee H4 7T #92
, East Selkirk, Manitoba 1989
(1) Reed, Jay, "Critters, Dinkeys & Center Cabs", Jay Reed's Industrial Locomotives
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