Fig. 5

FIG. 5. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVES, 1875. (Left) The express passenger engine, built for the Midland Railway, typifies the massive and rigid constructionof English locomotives of the period (from The Scientific American Supplement, No. 27, July 1, 1876); (right) the Baltimore and Ohio express engine, designed by John C. Davis, master machinist, is typical of the light and flexible locomotives developed in America (from The Railway Journal, November 17, 1876