RailPictures.Net Photo: IATR 51 Iowa Traction Railroad Baldwin-Westinghouse Electric at Emery, Iowa by Craig Williams
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Iowa Traction Railroad (more..)
Baldwin-Westinghouse Electric (more..)
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Emery, Iowa, USA (more..)
April 02, 2019
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IATR 51 (more..)
Craig Williams (more..)
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Emery is where the Iowa Traction is based with a yard and a few customers. Alot of operations happen more in Mason City around the AGP plant, so I was happy to get some rare mileage for me. The IATR does alot of push-pull operations to get around cars on their railroad. The cars/trolley on the left was the inbound train, and now they use the #51 to spot the cars. Guy in a vehicle moves around with the crews as they need different trolleys to spot and pull customers and interchanges. Here they shove cars for spotting at this gas customer at Emery.
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