At an estate auction here in northern Illinois I purchased a photo which at first just appealed to me as a nice railroad picture. However after getting it home and seriously examining it, I now would like to know the story behind the picture. It is 8" X 36" framed picture of a passenger train with the photo dated in the lower right corner 2/21/13 with the signature of Wheelus, B. The frame back is well sealed so I don't want to take it apart to see if there is some written information on the back of the photo. Using a strong light nothing shows through. The locomotive is # 682 followed by a Frisco combine, Baggage-express #863, and then six Pullman cars each with different window configurations. Lined up, in front of the train facing the camera, are automobiles (12+) and people (200-300 hundred) all dressed in their Sunday best. In checking the date this was a weekday so that must explain why no school age children appear in the picture. On the other side of the train there is a building of which you can only see the peaked roof with a rough estimate of being 70' - 80' parallel with the tracks, possibly a station. Now that you have read this you can see why I'm so interested in the story behind the picture. In trying to research some information on the internet I come up with no answer what this event was. Hopefully one of you Frisco fans out there would have some knowledge and help me sleep at night.