Montana Western #31 Photos

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NOTE: Montana Western Gas-Electric Motorcar #31 was officially designated a National Historic Engineering Landmark by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers at the museum, August 16, 2003. To see more information about MW #31's history, click here.

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Montana Western 31 at its ASME Dedication at Mid-Continent, 8-16-03. Photo by Bill Buhrmaster, Mid-Continent Railway Museum. WEB VERSION
Montana Western 31 at its ASME Dedication at Mid-Continent, 8-16-03. Photo by James Neubauer, Mid-Continent Railway Museum. WEB VERSION
Montana Western 31 and participants at its ASME Dedication at Mid-Continent, 8-16-03. Photo by James Neubauer, Mid-Continent Railway Museum. WEB VERSION
Montana Western 31 ASME Dedication plaque at Mid-Continent, 8-16-03. Photo by James Neubauer, Mid-Continent Railway Museum. WEB VERSION
Montana Western exterior appearance, c. 1973. Photo by Jeff Haertlein, Mid-Continent Railway Museum.
Montana Western engine room interior, showing seat where "motorman" would sit to operate the motor car. The window in front of the seat is the front windshield. The wooden box with gray top to left of seat is the reverser which controls which direction the car moves. Photo by David Mattoon, Mid-Continent Railway Museum.
Montana Western interior passenger compartment. This is where the passengers rode inside the car. It seated 34 adults. Photo by Paul Swanson, Mid-Continent Railway Museum.

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