The Espee had a batch of Baldwin S12's. By the time I was taking pictures I had just about given up finding Baldwin's in service but in and around Klamath Falls I found a whole bunch of them... black and orange... well maintained dusty workhorses. I found #2100 at work and then #2101 outside the roundhouse. I found more but haven't scanned them yet!
If Alco's were hard to find. Baldwin's were practically ghosts, then and especially now.
An interesting Baldwin side note: up until 1992, the Trona Railway here in CA operated solely with 3 Baldwin AS-616s that it had had since the 1950s (they used Baldwin DT-6-6-2000s before that). There weren't many railroads that could claim to have exclusively used Baldwins for the better part of 43 years. I just wish I had been old enough to be photographing then. This was probably completely off topic, but your comment reminded me of this.
Espee. I JUST got that.
Ah, the feeling of finally finding something one has been looking for... Fabulous
Woah, a Tiger without any stripes! Definitely something out of the ordinary.
Chris, you should really think about publishing your work in a book. Every shot is a gem.