RailPictures.Net Photo: WP No. A-1-56 Western Pacific Monocoach Trailer at Tintic Junction, Utah by James Belmont
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» Western Pacific (more..)
» Monocoach Trailer (more..)
» Tintic Wye, UP Lynndyl Subdivision 
» Tintic Junction, Utah, USA (more..)
» July 27, 1986
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» WP No. A-1-56 (more..)
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Of all the interesting relics I've discovered around Utah's Tintic Mining District, this old Monocoach trailer really grabbed my attention. Spotted near UP's Lynndyl Subdivision main at Tintic Junction, it was likely used by a Western Pacific Road Foreman along WP rails before the UP-WP merger in 1983. By this point in time in July of 1986, it was in UP maintenance of way service.
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