500-632 GP7

Discussion in 'GP7' started by rogerrt477, Jul 13, 2001.

  1. Someone at the Railroad offices said it was. I also found out else where online. The Caboose is right off the intersate heading toward Memphis. It is sitting infront of a steel company. It is off its trucks and on blocks like a mobile home. No number I could find but if you look you can see a faded Coonskin with Frisco still showing in it.
     
  2. mvtelegrapher

    mvtelegrapher Member

    WAMX 7013 is former SLSF 565 a GP7 built 3/1/1951. It has been chop-nosed and is currently located in Prattville, AL at the International Paper plant where Watco does the contract switching

    John Chambers

    WAMX 7013.jpg
     
  3. Frisco2008

    Frisco2008 Member Frisco.org Supporter

    SLSF GP-7 513

    SLSF GP-7 513 CY Tulsa, OK.jpg
     
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  4. Frisco2008

    Frisco2008 Member Frisco.org Supporter

    SLSF GP-7 517

    SLSF GP-7 517 CY Tulsa, OK.jpg
     
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  5. trainchaser007 (Brandon Adams RIP 9/22/2017)

    trainchaser007 (Brandon Adams RIP 9/22/2017) Passed away September 22, 2017

    #570 & #527(?) at Sulligent, AL, in black and yellow. I don't have a date, photographer, or owner for the photo, but I found it yesterday at http://maxhome.us/sulligent.html . I've spent many, many hours searching for pictures of the depot, but I'd never seen this particular photo until yesterday. It's nice to finally see a picture of the depot with a train in the shot. The fact that it has a couple of Frisco's EMD GP7's apparently stopped there beside it makes it even more special.
    Frisco at Sulligent.png
     
    Last edited: Dec 29, 2015
  6. Jim James

    Jim James Staff Member Staff Member

    What a cool photo! It's fun finding these old pictures.
     
  7. trainchaser007 (Brandon Adams RIP 9/22/2017)

    trainchaser007 (Brandon Adams RIP 9/22/2017) Passed away September 22, 2017

    In that photo, there's something written on the east end wall. The last word looks like "PLATFORM." Any know what the rest of the message says? Also, I've wondered for years if that bricked portion of the wall there wasn't previously a garage door for a loading dock that was later bricked up. There's certainly plenty of room for trucks to back up to that end of the concrete slab that remains today. Anyone have an opinion about that theory?
     

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