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  1. Peddling Joe
    Peddling Joe FriscoCharlie
    Maybe I am wrong again but is Frisco Charlie originally from the Seymour, MO area and his dad worked in the B&B Department?
    On Wednesday, April 20th, 2022 a Seymour school group plan on visiting The Railroad Historical Museum, Inc. in Springfield, MO.
    If you are from the Seymour area you may have some relatives and friends in the group?
  2. Japanese FRISCO railfan
    Japanese FRISCO railfan gjslsffan
    HI gjslsffan

    thank you for your reply.
    Thank you for your cooperation.
    I'm sorry for the sudden question.
    got it.
    I'm glad to receive a lot of information from other members of Frisco.org.

    Thank you

    Nobutaka
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  3. Japanese FRISCO railfan
    Japanese FRISCO railfan gjslsffan
    Thank you for watching.
    Nice to meet you.
    I like FRISCO painting the most among EMD E7E8.
    I'm sorry, but the gold molding and the red paint on the tip of the cab are especially nice.
    I love FRISCO and MKT's Texas special trains.
    I'm amazed at how quickly the E7 was remodeled into a red-colored E8 type by removing the stainless steel corrugated body three years after it was manufactured from EMD.
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    2. gjslsffan
      gjslsffan
      Hi.
      I am sorry but know very little about E7 or E8.
      Mar 25, 2022
  4. Aubrey W McBride
    Aubrey W McBride
    Photography of Operation Life Saver at Nichols Junction. AW MCBRIDE.
  5. Grumpster1964
    Grumpster1964
    Former hogger on BNSF in Pacific Northwest. Moved back home to TX & now checking routes & railroads up here in North TX.
  6. Louis Patterson
    Louis Patterson
    Living on the Frisco Everyday
  7. Bruce Cantrall
    Bruce Cantrall meteor910
    I posted your excellent photo of Slago Furnace Company and Railroad to the Facebook Page for "Cook Station Community" https://www.facebook.com/groups/1404131013142624 with some other info from the state historical society newsletter. Thanks!
  8. Japanese FRISCO railfan
  9. Japanese FRISCO railfan
    Japanese FRISCO railfan
    Ⅰam 66yers old
    1. Japanese FRISCO railfan
      Japanese FRISCO railfan
      I'Ve been interested in American reilroads since i was young. When I saw the Texas Special and Meteor trains,I thought it was a beautiful train. Since then ,Since then, Ihave Been enthusiastic about FRISCO.
      Jan 3, 2022
  10. Japanese FRISCO railfan
    Japanese FRISCO railfan FriscoCharlie
    HI Charlie
    I joined yesterday.
    I'm trying to post a profile for a new member, but I get an error no matter how many times I try.
    I cannot pay $ 5 for Frisco Archive and PayPal Auto-Renewing One-Year $ 24 Donation with Paypal.
    Excuse me, but please tell me how to improve it.
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Best regards,
  11. Jim James
    Jim James SAFN SAAP
    Hey Manny. You still kickin?
    Jim
  12. Gabriel G.
    Gabriel G.
    Any time is train time!
  13. mountaincreekar
    mountaincreekar Sirfoldalot
    also There could be some questions about mid-air refueling.

    There is a book about the B-36.
    https://www.amazon.com/B-36-Peacema...keywords=

    B-36 Peacemaker in action - Aircraft No. 42 Paperback – December 1, 1980
    Meyers K. Jacobsen (Author), Ray Wagner (Author), Don Greer (Author)
    Paperback $14.00
    24 Used from $4.86
  14. mountaincreekar
    mountaincreekar Sirfoldalot
    Hi Sherrel'

    I hope you are OK.

    On Off Topics there is a discussion about the Air Force Museum started by Turky44
    The B-36 became most of the replys

    I raised some questions about the B-36
    about how they operated it with 4 jets and 6 piston motors.

    I also had a comment about the 3 engine DC-10

    You may have some answers?

    Charles,
    mountaincreekar
  15. mountaincreekar
    mountaincreekar Bruce Adams
    Hey Bruce,
    Have not seen you in awhile?
    How is that model doing?
    Charles
  16. IronSpikeModelTrainMuseum
    IronSpikeModelTrainMuseum paul slavens
    Hi Paul,
    This is Claire from Iron Spike Model Train Museum. We are organizing our troops and getting timelines together for restoring our Frisco caboose. Sherwin Williams has agreed to donate the paint. I want to make sure we get the right colors. I believe you had said on FB that you have the color codes that we should use. Any advice on painting methods and products is certainly welcome.

    Thanks, Iron Spike
  17. Michael Scott Mundy
    Michael Scott Mundy
    Modeling Southwest Missouri lumber & mine railroading of the 1910's
  18. ranulf
    ranulf SAFN SAAP
    Hello! I've been looking at your forum posts covering the TOC era. I am in the planning stages of my next layout which will be a similar era, so I hoped to strike up an acquaintance. My name is Ian, and I'm designing a roughly 8'x16' N scale freelance layout based primarily on the logging and apple industries "somewhere in the Ozarks".

    I just wanted to say hello based on our shared interest in era.
  19. ranulf
    ranulf Jim James
    Hello! I read in a forum post that your layout is set 1800's to 1925 or so. I am in the planning stages of my next layout which will be a similar era, so I hoped to strike up and acquaintance. My name is Ian, and I'm designing a roughly 8'x16' N scale freelance layout based primarily on the logging and apple industries "somewhere in the Ozarks.

    I just wanted to say hello based on our shared interest in era.
    1. Jim James
      Jim James
      Good luck in your endeavor. It’s a fun era to model and a bit challenging at times.
      Jun 6, 2021
  20. Dave T