Stuart, Iowa Diesel Generating Plant built in 1927 when plant was changed from steam to diesel units. Three cylinder 180 horsepower unit in foreground, 2 cylinder 120 horsepower unit in background. Switchboard barely visible in far corner. Supt. D. Cary H
The interior of Municipal Light Plant taken about 1900. In foreground is the lineshaft driving three small 110 volt direct current generators. Behind the men is the switchboard with volt meters, ammeters, etc. The flywheel and governor of the Harris Corli
Present Municipal Light Plant in Stuart, Iowa. Picture taken in 1970.
A scene in Stuart, Iowa taken about 1910. Pictured are City Hall, Old wooden water tower, Fire Department, Municipal Steam Light Plant and the New water tower.
The diesel unit that was removed to make room for the larger unit in Stuart, Iowa Municipal Light Plant in 1969.
The 10 cylinder opposed piston, 1,130 KW. Diesel engine-generator and is the last unit installed in the Light Plant, in 1970.