Historic Railroads and Mines In The Birmingham, Alabama Industrial District
The current camera is a Canon PowerShot SD960.
When you take these great picture of trains going by Windsor Spring, what type camera do you use?
Yes, travel, dosen't seem very important after you have moved with the railroad 9 times. I really liked it, but am glad it's over.
I understand. We came back to Oregon after my wife had leukemia. As the years go by, the decisions get more complicated. You want to be on familiar ground.
I used to see a few Frisco cars here on occasion. My grandfather, great grandfather and two great uncles worked for the Frisco in the 20's as station agents. What drew you back to Springfield from Vancouver?
Well actually I was transferred to KC as Roadmaster. I had a buddy with Florida East Coast, so I went to Titusville Fl and retired. It was too Hot in Florida my wife has MS, so we moved back to family, Springfield, Mo.
I work in the last 20 years at the U of Arkansas in Tool Crib .
I will be done with my layout in the year 2525.... Txs for the add and I will try not to ask too many questions...
Bob do you have a 300 DPI version of the yards in Monett, in 1907?
Unfortunately no. I snagged off a Facebook post. Perhaps Forgotten Missouri.
Perhaps extreme flammable and highly toxic cars need to be placed at the end of the train?
Railroads need more safety training and inforced. It could also be laziness. Have to protect the public also.
Lawsuits are not cheap.
Enjoying reading all about the Frisco RR through Rolla, Newburg and down to Fort Leonard Wood Mo. Fall of 2019 want to start my build
Hello @FriscoCharlie -
Is the link on the support page to Pay Pal broken at the moment? I can't renew as a Frisco.org Supporter.
Welcome to frisco.org!
You found the guy
I am member mountaincreekar
Charles Petit formerly from Eureka.
I got started in frisco.org by researching the
the Lead Line
and Salem Branch, Cuba to Salem
to be continued by the reply
Yes thank you for messaging me Charles, the Lead Line is a pretty neat Railroad Spur and had a lot of history behind it!
I'm not a Frisco fan but I am trying to have an answer to a picture in my possession that appears to show a significant event in the Frisco history. It appears to me that you are very knowledgeable in the Frisco so please refer to my post under historical / passenger cars / Photo 1913 and hopefully you might have an answer.
Steam Department volunteer at the Illinois Railway Museum.
Would anyone know the age of the jug in my profile pic?
Love to talk about anything that involves the BNSF Lead Line, send me an email or start a conversation with me I would love to hear from you
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The Train Guy
need info on Steelville mo frisco railroad
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