More photos of cars in the IRM collection sent to us by Art Peterson.
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Today we have some more TM work equipment. First, the M-1 at an unidentified location, pulling a couple of freight trailers. This is a classic picture of interurban freight service.
The M-15 served the Municipality of East Troy as a line car, a snowplow, and a locomotive, as seen here. The date is March 23, 1941; I'd say it appears to be northbound somewhere south of Army Lake. (JJB)
And here it is near the train shed in East Troy, on Oct. 20, 1945. This structure was demolished, and a storage barn now occupies the site
Finally, the M-37 at Lakeside, on Feb. 17, 1953. (THD) This is a container storage car, with no electrical equipment, so I'm not sure what was going on with the stinger and all the cables.
Update: Gerry Dettloff sends us a recent picture of the M-37 with the container inside. The car itself has recently been repainted by the Wednesday Special Projects group.