Business & Finance: Eddystone

The work of moving the huge Baldwin Locomotive Works from Philadelphia to Eddystone is well under way. The historic locomotive company has grown up with modern Philadelphia, and now occupies over 11½ city blocks. One block will probably be retained and improved as a main office and public auditorium. The rest of the ground sites will be sold as soon as the present factories are removed.

At Eddystone, Baldwin made its first acquisition of land in 1906. The company has already erected a foundry, boiler shop, cylinder shop, and smithy and wheel shops. The...

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