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Photos Fort Dodge Des Moines & Southern
Don's Rail Photos
Fort Dodge Des Moines & Southern
Stations and Structures
Boone Round House, IA.
Des Moines, IA. The passenger terminal was moved to the freight house after the city tracks were abandoned.
Fort Dodge, IA. The passenger terminal was moved to the freight house after the city tracks were abandoned.
High Bridge, IA.
Shady Oak Bridge, IA.
Webster City, IA.
I am really glad I had the chance to ride this line twice. The first time was in September, 1950, when I used my Milwaukee Road pass to ride to Des Moines where I had a chance to ride to Fort Dodge and return. In September, 1954, several of us loaded into my recently acquired 1949 Packard for a high speed run to Boone to ride an Iowa NRHS special. If you never got to ride wooden interurban cars in regular service, you cannot appreciate what this sort of this was like. I see the frequent discussions on trolley talk lists, and the main interest is LRVs and the like. They never were able to experience this amazing style of transportation.
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