CTA L202 still runs at FRTM.
East Troy and IRM also have steeple cabs.
aline1969 wrote:We have never considered Osawa 300 a steeple cab, asl 100 and the boston one are.I have never heard of Baldwin-Westinghouse type B's, which Oshawa 300 is an example of, being considered "non-steeplecabs." This was the standard B-W design and was built in competition to the GE standard steeplecab. One of the chief differences was that the B-W design had a longer cab and shorter hoods, but it is still technically a steeplecab. Even the B-W type B-1, which had no hoods, was generally considered a steeplecab because it kept the basic type B layout and simply dispensed with the hoods as an economy move to reduce sheet metalwork.
Tadman wrote:CTA L201 is the "secret steeplecab" parked on a disconnected track in a Michigan City, IN, industrial park about 50' off Amtrak's former MC line, the abandoned Monon, and about 1/2 mile from the South Shore. It's painted in CTA yellow but lettered for Toledo Edison.I'd like to see that!!