Two of IATR's Baldwin-Westinghouse steeplecabs meet on the siding near Clear Lake Junction, near the DM&E interchange.
Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee 727 is a window to the past, when interurban trains criss-crossed Iowa. This car is used occasionally over the rails of the Iowa Traction Railroad of Emery, Iowa.... (more)
CNS&M 727 rolls through the outskirts of Mason City with a special photo trip sponsered by Steve Glischinski.
No. 727 was built by Cincinnati Car in 1926 as Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee 727... (more)
Iowa Traction 54 pulls a cut of three covered hoppers out of the AGP spur while sister 60 sits idle nearby.
IATR 54 is a 50-ton steeplecab that was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in May 1923 as ... (more)
IATR 50 passes through a residential area on the outskirts of Mason City, heading east towards the DM&E interchange.
The Iowa Traction is the last interuban freight railroad operating in the ... (more)
IATR 54 hauls a short freight consist over Bridge No. 1 near the AGP plant in Mason City.
IATR 54 is a 50-ton steeplecab built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in May 1923, #56538, as Southern Iowa Rail... (more)
CSN&M 727 rolls down the IATR main line between Clear Lake and Mason City on a beautiful fall day in Iowa. The locals came out to see the interurban and enjoy a few cans of the official state bev... (more)
The Iowa Traction in cooperation with Steve Glischinski put on a photo trip in Mason City for a few fellow railfans. Here the #50 is ready to head to the UP with one car from Behr Scrap near Emery... (more)
IATR 54 was built in 1923 for the Southern Iowa Railway. Three years shy of its 90th birthday, it's still going strong on the Iowa Traction. Thanks to Steve Glischinski for setting this up. Lig... (more)
Two steeplecabs pose for photos during a Steve Glischinki photo charter on the Iowa Traction Railroad. Lighting by Chris Guss and Steve Smedley
IATR 60, a Baldwin-Westinghouse steeplecab dating from 1917, is at its maximum capacity hauling three loaded hoppers out of the AGP feed mill at Mason City.
IATR 50 and 60 are parked near the AGP feed mill in Mason City while the crew has a job briefing.
Former Mason City & Clear Lake No. 52 - now IATR 60 - works the AGP Feed Mill trackage at Mason City. This unit was built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in 1917 and is still used in freight service some... (more)
Baldwin-Westinghouse No. 54 shoves cars into the AGP elevator at Mason City on the frozen-in-time Iowa Traction Railroad.
87 years old and still kicking! IATR 54, built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in May 1923 for the Southern Iowa Railway, waits for a call to duty at Mason City, Iowa.