In another July 1973 view of Iowa Terminal steeplecab 60, we see it switching at some kind of tank storage facility, perhaps fertilizer or natural gas. The Iowa Terminal Railroad succeeded the Mason City & Clear Lake Traction Co. in 1961. In 1987, under new ownership, the line became the Iowa Traction Railroad, and further sale in 2012 resulted in a name change to Iowa Traction Railway. The new owners have pledged to maintain, and even perhaps extend, this unique electric operation — one of few survivors of a once-numerous list of electric interurban railways in the United States.