Union Traction

Union Traction Interurban No. 429 "Noblesville"

Union Traction Interurban No. 429 "Noblesville"

Union Traction No. 429, an interurban built for  intercity passenger travel via electric railway with frequent and numerous stops, is considered one of the last great electric railway cars built from steel. No.  429 was built by the St. Louis Car Company in 1925 to hold 44 passengers and was given the name “Noblesville” for the small Indiana city along Union Traction’s route.