Brian waller

The ES&NA RR Locomotive #201 original tender. The tender on Locomotive #201 belong to Locomotive #226.

The ES&NA RR Locomotive #201 original tender. The tender on Locomotive #201 belong to Locomotive #226.
Brian waller, May 16, 2010
    • mountaincreekar
      ESNA has so little track it seams to me (and I can be wrong)
      it is more of a tourist dining thing instead of an excursions trip.

      The Arkansas & Missouri (Winslow Route) is an excursion thing "sometimes"
      but it is a dailey freight operating short-line (and along old Frisco tracks).
      I wish that ESNA could be better. I forgot who was trying to lay tracks
      from their property towards the ESNA. I don't know how long that row effort
      was in progress. I would like to know more about that (by replies).

      The G&W holding company world wide has something like ~ 100 short-lines.
      If freight railroads would be prone to allow some excursions, the short-lines would be
      a starting point. To do such, somehow the G&W lawyers would have to have some way
      to be protected from lawsuits. I don't know how the A&M continues with excursions. ???
      The retired CEO of the A&M had his old private passenger car. He gave it to the St. Louis County Museum of Transport. It is restored very nicely and frico.org members if they get to St. Louis County, the museum is something very nice to visit.

      Charles
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