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Malcom Gaddis interview
Howard, John
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California State Railroad Museum Library
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An interview with Malcom Gaddis, who worked for Southern Pacific in Sacramento, California from 1956-1978. Gaddis worked in the Sacramento Shops as an Electrical Engineer, and achieved the engineering design and conversion of Southern Pacific steam powered rotary snowplows to diesel electric power. He was also involved in several conversions and upgrades of Southern Pacific diesel locomotives.
Audio cassette
1 Tape of 1
California State Railroad Museum Library and Archives
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