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New Orleans 914 - motorman's position

The motorman's position on New Orleans Regional Transit Authority 914, built by Perley-Thomas in 1924. The K-36JR controller is behind the stanchion, the straight-air brake valve centered under the middle window with the air gauge to the right and (I'm guessing) the door control valve to the left of it. Photo by Kurt Jablonski.

Photographed by Kurt Jablonski, May, 2008.
Added to the photo archive by Frank Hicks, May 21, 2008.
Railroad: New Orleans RTA.

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