Thank you so much! Merry Christmas!
If anyone is interested, this calendar also works for 2019.
Stayed in the hotel last April and posted photos here recently. I was told the station had the largest shed in the world once upon a time. I think...
I'm sorry Tom.
I just found the image on the internet and it was the best I could locate.
Yes at one time Sapulpa was the hub and terminal for the Frisco. The loss of the Frisco was a major blunder by the City of Sapulpa. Frisco tried...
It's not the best in the world but here is a Frisco calendar from 1962 that will work for 2018.
Thank you Keith!
With the end of the year coming soon, was just wondering if anyone was planning to post a "new" Frisco calendar for 2017.
I had no idea this was ever done. Has anyone ever seen one of these in person? Automobiles shipped nose down....
Does anyone know anything about this particular car or why it would be used?
Thanks Keith! What year is that originally from? Paul you could probably take that to a place like Quick Copy to get it scanned.
Does anyone have access to either a Frisco 1932 or 1960 wall calendar? They would match the dates for 2016 and I was hoping to get one to use for...
Et habitavit in nobis! A Merry Christmas to us all, and God bless us, everyone!
For anyone interrtested, this calendar will work for 2015. THe dates are the same. I just can't seem to get it to scale to print on 8.5" x 11" paper.
So can anyone tell us why March, 31 May, 5 August, 25 and September, 25 are red letter days?
Mr. Robinson, is there any chance you'll do another one of these for 2014?
I've really enjoyed the one you did for 2013 and thank you for it!
Whatever came of the t-shirt idea? Is there enough interest to do it?
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