An Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway ice cart used in the 1930s - the only one known to still exist - has found a new home at the Route 66 Museum at 120 W.
Andy Devine Ave.
The ice cart, which was once used at the Needles, Calif., depot and later donated to the Mohave Museum of History and Arts, finally has a permanent home.
Only seven of the ice carts were built by the railroad at the Needles shop, according to information from the Mohave Museum.
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