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I found SL-SF #81129 at the Cherokee Yard on 3/05/1999.
A closer view of the FRISCO lettering on #81114.
Here is the only other Magor built Frisco hopper I ever saw. I'm guessing the first paint that BN used for this hopper didn't stick too well on it!!!!
I discovered SL-SF #79864 riding the wye and heading west at the Cherokee Yard on 2/11/1996.
SL-SF #81114 was the first car being dragged by a trimmer set on the east end of Cherokee Yard.
When you are as excited as I was. You can't walk away after one shot. Oh no, you grab a few more.......
SL-SF #81114 was the first pure Frisco 3 bay hopper I was able to photograph. I captured it just after sun up on a Sunday in August of 1995.
Here was a very nice surprise I stumbled across on 2/03/1998 in the Cherokee Yard. SL-SF #79910. The thing I found very interesting later on was....
High noon always was a bad time for my little Nikon automatic back then. Here is SL-SF #81192 in Springfield, Mo. on 6/09/1999.
Even though SL-SF #79927 has already had the BN number applied to it. It's still a Frisco hopper to me. The word FRISCO is way bigger than the...
SL-SF #78044 was the last car on a train coming into Cherokee Yard, just after the sun had come up on 5/14/1996. It doesn't look like the sun will...
I caught another example of a Pullman-Standard built 2 bay hopper for the Frisco in October, 1972. SL-SF #78029. In the Cherokee Yard on 6/19/1995.
SL-SF #78028 built by Pullman-Standard in October 1972 hangs out on one of Cherokee Yard's receiving tracks in July 1995.
I caught SL-SF #78054 built October 1972 by Pullman-Standard. Early morning on 11/25/1995 just east of down town Tulsa. The UP local was bringing...
Still very nice looking!!!!!
Ex Frisco boxcar now hauling animal hides.
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