The Milwaukee Road's Olympian Hiawatha, led by a Fairbanks-Morse Erie-Built with a custom-designed carbody in 1947. Click to enlarge.

(Photographer-Turner Richards Studio, Tacoma, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons)



For more about Fairbanks-Morse, see F-M History.

Fairbanks-Morse, is a historic American (and Canadian) industrial scale manufacturer. It later diversified into pumps, engines and industrial supplies. One arm of the company is now a Diesel engine manufacturer located in Beloit, Wisconsin and has specialized in the manufacture of opposed-piston Diesel engines for United States Navy vessels and railroad locomotives since 1932.

The diesel-electric railroad locomotives the company produced are as follows:


Switchers built by CLC

FM H-12-46