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Rail Track Layer, Clyde Iron Works

The weekend of November 8-9, 2003 saw the arrival of the Clyde Track Layer #134, built in November 1923 by Clyde Iron Works of Duluth, Minnesota.

Rail Tamper / Liner, Jackson Model 2400

With the decision by the Roots Board of Directors to purchase the Jackson Tamper/Liner from Larry Adams, Roots members John Bradley, Mike Wade and Jim Bruggere ventured to Barstow, California, on October 18th, 2003, to load and bring to Willits the Tamper and related track maintenance equipment.

Rail Motor Car, Fairmont M-9

As the industrial age progressed, people utilized the new-found mechanical marvels to make their work easier.

Rail Motor Car, Gibson, PALCO #3

Harry Gibson founded the Gibson Manufacturing Company in Seattle, Washington in 1933. Besides building railroad equipment, Gibson Manufacturing also built small agricultural tractors, rebuilt locomotives and logging equipment, and did general machine work.

Rail Motor Car, Fairmont A3-C

Railroad track maintenance requires the ability to get forces out to the work, and for 80 years that has been by rail motor cars.

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