IATR 60 waits at Clear Lake Junction while a UP freight passes over the diamond. Union Pacific SD70M No. 4303 was built 84 years after No. 60, which came out of Baldwin in 1917. The Iowa Tractio... (more)
Snow piled high after the latest storm Iowa Traction shoves a cut of cars into the AGP plant.
With snow piled high Iowa Traction motor waits to switch plant.
The last electric interurban freight railroad in action, as IATR 60 leads a short manifest west for awaiting customers along the line.
Iowa Traction #60 rests on the lead into the AGP elevator in Mason City, IA on the last remaining interurban electric railroad.
Carefully watching his train during a switching move is a Iowa Traction Railway motorman on steeple cab No. 60 at Mason City, Iowa, on April 15, 2008.
Iowa Traction Railway steeple cabs Nos. 60 and 51 switch the yard at Emery on the west side of Mason City, Iowa, on April 15, 2008. No. 60 was built in 1917, while sister No. 51 is four years youn... (more)
Pulling a cut of 3 car's to CP's interchange. Made in 1917 and at 96 years old it maybe the oldest Motor running In revenue service. 35 MPH winds and a high of 1º+ made for a cold shoot.
Built in 1917.
No. 60, a 93 year old Baldwin Steeple Cab, sits in the siding with a cut of cars while another Baldwin Steeple Cab recedes in the distance.
Two of IATR's Baldwin-Westinghouse steeplecabs meet on the siding near Clear Lake Junction, near the DM&E interchange.
Iowa Traction #60 working east of Clear Lake, Iowa
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)