• Preserved Steeple Cabs

  • General discussion about fallen trolley and interurban lines in North America, past and present.
General discussion about fallen trolley and interurban lines in North America, past and present.

Moderator: Aa3rt

  by Alcophile
 
Does anyone know of the whereabouts of International Railway Co. #P-3? After IRC returned the North Tonawanda-Lockport line to the Erie, P-3 went to the Toledo & Eastern, I know it was still there in the 1960's, but after the T&E the record dries up.
  by narig01
 
Do not know how to count these.
Sacramento Northern 652 was at Western Railway Museum
Also they received one of the Kennecott Copper Steeple Cabs.
Rgds IGN
  by byte
 
IRM has one other steeple cab which isn't on the online roster, that being CTA S-105. It was previously owned by East Troy, but given to IRM in late 2007/early 2008. As of yesterday, it was in the diesel barn (barn 2) and has been getting some bodywork done on it (it's fairly rusty). Along with its sister S-104, this locomotive was unique because they had not only third rail shoes and a trolley pole, but a pantograph as well.
  by espeefoamer
 
The Western Railway museum,in Rio Vista,CA. has two Sacramento Northern steeplecabs.